Hey Scott we don't offer a public park at camp, only the private camp park. In 2005/06 we launched "Pro Camp", which was a stripped down version of camp that only included lift tickets, park access and lunch. It was the first product of it's kind for sumer camps and was a huge success at first. However consistent bad behavior, high ratio of injuries, and a crowded park led us to change "Pro Camp" into what we now call the "No Coach" option, which is basically it's the full camp package, minus coaching.
Some camps are still running with our idea and offer a Pro Camp option, I recommend checking out some camp websites to see who offers what.