The summer temperatures in Texas can feel overwhelming. Fortunately, there are many great water parks in Texas to visit. These water parks have the best attractions, amenities, and are sure to offer the best value for your money.

Hawaiian Falls

Hawaiian Falls has five locations across Texas with one right in Roanoke. This family-friendly water park values family and puts a priority on creating lasting family memories. The lazy river is a great option for the whole family to enjoy. Younger children are sure to enjoy the Pineapple Express section. The more adventurous of visitors can check out the Mega WaterWorld attraction, the largest water-structure in the world.

 

 

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Hawaiian Falls is also equipped with convenient amenities that will make you day more relaxing.  Fill up at one of the on-site food stops including Surf Side BBQ or Sharkey’s Cafe. You can also have food delivered right to your private cabana that offers shade, and chaise lounges. Don’t forget to choose comfortable hotel accommodations near the best water parks so you can rest up for your memorable water park experience.

Castaway Cove

Castaway Cove in Wichita Falls is jam-packed with adventure and excitement for the whole squad. The Parrot’s Perch Slide Complex is a collection of twisting and turning water slides with varying degrees of excitement. Younger children will enjoy Annie’s Quest, a 42-foot open slide, while adults will like the Cliffhanger, a 40-foot high slide with propels and a steep decline into the free-falling river. Nellie’s Rolling River is perfect for just sitting back and relaxing in the refreshing river waters.

Grab a bite to eat at the Castaway Cafe. The menu is simple caters to all ages and includes options like pizza, cheeseburgers, burritos, corn dogs, and cold drinks. Adults can cool off with a frozen beverage from the tropical bar while the children enjoy their Dippin Dots. 

Waterpark at the Villages

Some of the local Texas water parks close for the winter season. Fortunately, the Waterpark at the Villages in Flint is open all year long. The 25,000 square foot water park is one of the great indoor waterparks in Texas. It features a lazy river, water slides, and even a great wave pool. The children’s water playscape is great for adventurous water-play to keep younger children entertained.

Older children will enjoy one of the three-story water slides while adults can sit back and relax in one of the lounge chairs in the climate-controlled park. Refuel your families energy at one of the on-site restaurants including Subway.

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Lubbock Water Rampage

The Lubbock Water Rampage in Lubbock has been a favorite local water park for over 30 years. A few of the most popular water attractions here include Pirate’s Cove, the Caribbean Adventure, and the Lost World lazy river. There are attractions available for all ages.

Visit the park during movie night for a unique movie-going experience. The park plays top sellers like Pirates of the Caribbean and Jumanji while guests float on rented tubes in the pool. Don’t forget to grab some movie concessions from the on-site snack bar.

Texas’ water parks are the perfect way to cool off from the Texas heat. Plan a day at any of these top-rated Texas water parks for an amusing and memorable experience.

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