Summer is in full flow & when the temperatures are on the rising side, there is simply no better way to cool yourself off than hitting a water park. It is one of the most favorite things to do for most families. And thankfully there’re no shortages of great water parks in the Houston area. Listed below are the top 10 water parks for families in the Houston area.
Whether you are seeking a heated pool, to slide down the Cliffhanger, or unwind on Kristal Cove, this Houston water park has it all.
The indoor-outdoor park is open at different times all through the year. You can purchase day passes online. The park also lets you bring your own picnics & coolers! It is certainly the water park in Houston where you can get the best return on your investment.
Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark:
Providing 80,000 square feet of indoor slides, rides, and pools. This water park in Houston lets families to have fun in the water all through the year. The outdoor wave pool is only open during the summer months. But the rest of the park is placed beneath a retractable roof.
Lubbock Water Rampage:
This water park has been opened for more than thirty years, and it is still just as amazing as it was when it first launched. Apart from exhilarating slides, the park also provides a lazy river, a massive wave pool, and an interactive pirate ship with a dumping bucket.
This water park has all the needed attractions: wave pool, lazy river, slides, and play structures. But the complex also has such amusingly named, high-speed rides as the Flowrider, the Space Bowl, and the Boomerango.
Wet ‘n’ Wild Splashtown:
This water park is almost 35 years old & persists to be one of the most loved and family-friendly water parks with kids rides, thrill rides, family rides – and even a 3-story tree house on the premises.
This eccentric park is brand new to the Houston scene. The park is basically a floating playground & obstacle course that active families & fans of all things Ninja Warrior will love.
Typhoon Texas is one of the smallest water parks in Houston, but it is still loaded with great attractions & family fun. There are attractions for all ages and abilities!
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park:
Just 35 miles northwest of Houston, this is an all-inclusive park where visitors can camp, lease a cabin, or park their limo, and play all day. With 2 water slides, a lazy river, and a swimming pool with a swim-up bar, there’s certainly something for everybody.
This amusement complex in Galveston has its own water park hangout, known as Palm Beach. That is where you will find its Lazy River attraction, its 18-foot tower slides and, of course, the wave pool.
Aquatica San Antonio:
Owned by SeaWorld, Aquatica San Antonio is the ideal choice for those who want to enjoy seeing attractions and playing on the water. The rides here range from calm lazy rivers to exhilarating waterslides, and unlike most other waterparks Aquatica has numerous rides that lets visitors get up close & personal with creatures such as stingrays & tropical fish.