CHICAGO (CBS) — The blame is being put on the weather.

The Whoa Zone, a floating obstacle course at Whihala Beach in Whiting, Indiana, closed early for the season on Thursday after high waves and wind damaged the inflatable sports and water park.

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A statement posted to the park’s Facebook page says: “Due to weather conditions, the WhoaZone will be closed for the remainder of 2017. We are sorry for the inconvenience, however, it was unexpected.”

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The Whoa Zone was scheduled to close for the season on Monday.

The $300,000 attraction is the first park of its kind installed on Lake Michigan. It features slides, monkey bars, climbing towers, trampolines, bridges, and more.

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Whoa Zone is scheduled to reopen for next summer’s season in late June 2018, the park said.