Water Parks in Dallas

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Water Parks in Dallas and Around

Within Dallas are a number of water parks which are perfect for escaping the heat of the summer months, suitable for both adults and children. These are both outdoors and indoors and offer a wide array of rides, slides, different sized swimming pools, and also the chance to engage in water sports. Water parks in Dallas, as well as in the Fort Worth area, are also equipped with many food stalls, picnic spaces, restrooms, changing rooms, and other facilities.

Here is the list of 11 Water Parks in Dallas

1. Bahama Beach Family Waterpark, Dallas

Bahama Beach Family Waterpark, Dallas
5.0 /5

Though a relatively smaller water park than others in the city, the Bahama Beach Family Water park is a popular one because it has a multitude of fun rides and amenities. Visitors get to splash around in a water rain fortress, go down high-speed water slides, play with water balloons, or just swim around in a river while enjoying a view of the entire grounds.

Address : 1895 Campfire Cir, Dallas, TX 75232, United States
Timings : 10:30 am to 6:00 pm (Tuesday- Saturday), 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm (Sunday), Monday closed
Admission Fee : USD 15 (height over 48 inches), USD 11 (height below 48 inches), Free (ages 2 and under)
Main Attractions : Coconut Cove, Bermuda Triangle, Water Wars, Tortuga Express etc.
Dining : Bahama Bob’s Island Eatery
Parking : Free

2. Great Wolfe Lodge, Dallas

Great Wolfe Lodge, Dallas
5.0 /5

Open only to those staying at the hotel, the Great Wolfe Lodge is an indoor water park perfect for a fun day of water fun. The experience includes a tandem tube ride, a four-storey interactive tree house, a wave pool, a spinning vortex, slides of different sizes, and a resort lazy river amongst others. Kids get to play basketball while in the water, and there is a hot tub for adults and a warming pool for everyone.

Address : 100 Great Wolf Dr, Grapevine, TX 76051, United States
Timings : Open 24 hours
Waterpark Attractions : Raccoon Lagoon, Fort Mackenzie, Alberta Falls, Coyote Cannon, Whooping Hollow, Cub Paw Pool etc.
Dry Attractions : Oliver’s Mining Co., Howlers Peak Ropes Course, MagiQuest, ShadowQuest, Compass Quest etc.
Dining Options : Hungry As A Wolf, Buckets Incredible Craveables, Bear Paw Sweets & Eats, The Watering Hole, Starbucks etc.

3. King Spa & Waterpark, Dallas

King Spa & Waterpark, Dallas
5.0 /5

The King Spa & Waterpark is owned by King Spa & Sauna group and opened in 2014. It is perfect for adults and children since it offers a variety of indoor amenities such as a therapeutic bade pool, a 30-feet water slide, kids pool, a whirlpool, a lazy river and also a water bar. It must be kept in mind that the kids pool is only open on the weekends.

Opened : 2014
Address : 2154 Royal Ln, Dallas, TX 75229, United States
Timings : 10:00 am to 11:30 pm
Facilities : Bade pool, water slides, adult and kids pools, Korean bathhouse, lazy river, water bar, food court, rentals, restrooms, massages etc.
Area : 67,000 square feet

4. Great Wolfe Lodge, Dallas

Great Wolfe Lodge, Dallas
5.0 /5

Open only to those staying at the hotel, the Great Wolfe Lodge is an indoor water park perfect for a fun day of water fun. The experience includes a tandem tube ride, a four-storey interactive tree house, a wave pool, a spinning vortex, slides of different sizes, and a resort lazy river amongst others. Kids get to play basketball while in the water, and there is a hot tub for adults and a warming pool for everyone.

Address : 100 Great Wolf Dr, Grapevine, TX 76051, United States
Timings : Open 24 hours
Waterpark Attractions : Raccoon Lagoon, Fort Mackenzie, Alberta Falls, Coyote Cannon, Whooping Hollow, Cub Paw Pool etc.
Dry Attractions : Oliver’s Mining Co., Howlers Peak Ropes Course, MagiQuest, ShadowQuest, Compass Quest etc.
Dining Options : Hungry As A Wolf, Buckets Incredible Craveables, Bear Paw Sweets & Eats, The Watering Hole, Starbucks etc.

5. Altitude H2O- Grapevine, Dallas

Altitude H2O- Grapevine, Dallas
5.0 /5

Altitude H2O-Grapevine is one of the biggest floating obstacle course water parks in the state of Texas and is ideal for some family fun time during the hot summer months. Situated about 25 miles away from Dallas, it comprises of a variety of challenging obstacles courses, all floating over Grapevine Lake. Visitors get to balance on thin inflatable beams, go down slides, hang off of monkey bars, try to climb up an inflatable cliff, or jump onto a dome, all the while splashing around in water.

Address : 3000 Meadowmere Ln, Grapevine, TX 76051, United States
Location : Meadowmere Park
Area : 25,000 acres
Main Attractions : Slope, Monkey Bars, Cliff, Dome, Half Pipe, Rodeo Slide, Wiggle Bridge, Hurdle, Balance Beam etc.
Admission Fee : USD 20-30

6. Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark, Dallas

Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark, Dallas

Home to Aqualoop, the country’s tallest indoor along with Aquasphere, the first indoor double rider inner tube ride, Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark offers eleven different kinds of water rides and other facilities. While the water slides, surf simulator, wave pool, lazy river, and kids play area are suitable for splashing around, swimming, floating, or enjoying the thrill, the private cabanas, arcade, bar, and café are great for relaxing.

Address : 2970 Epic Place, Grand Prairie, TX 75052, United States
Admission Fee : USD 29-34, Free (ages 3 and under)
Amenities : Lazy river, wave pool, 11 water slides, private cabanas, bar and café, surf simulator, kids play area
Events : Fourth of July at Epic Waters!, Tiny Tot Monday, Epic Fair Day, Neighborhood Days, Annual Epic Plunge, etc
Area: : 80,000 square feet

7. JadeWaters at the Anatole, Dallas

JadeWaters at the Anatole, Dallas
4.5 /5

Built mainly for the guests at Hilton Anatole, JadeWaters, or JadeWaters at the Anatole is a relatively smaller water park which is great for both children and adults. The property features a 4000-square-foot leisure pool, 7000-square-foot beach-entry family pool, 630-foot long lazy river, various water slides and tubes and a kids splash-and-play zone. Life vests or flotation devices including tubes are available for use and the different attractions are ideal for swimming, floating around peacefully or having a thrilling time going down the slides.

Address : 2201 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TX 75207, United States
Location : Design District
Timings : 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
Amenities : Water slides, lazy river, splash-and-play area, swimming pools, cabanas, water bar, outdoor grilling
Dining : Media Grill+ Bar, Gossip Bar, JadeWater Bar and Grill, Terrace Breakfast Café etc.

8. NRH2O Family Water Park, Dallas

NRH2O Family Water Park, Dallas

NRH2O Family Water Park is located 28 minutes away from the city of Dallas and is listed among the nation’s top water parks. Spread over 17 acres of land the park features 23 attractions providing hours of entertainment for the guests. Some of these attractions include a wave pool of 12,000 square feet, 22 high-intensity water slides, 660ft. the endless lazy river. The park also conducts events throughout the week including music events, movie nights, etc., providing a whole day of indulged in fun activities

Suggested Hours : 2-3 Hours
Address : 9001 Boulevard 26, North Richland Hills, TX 76180, United States.
Entry Fees : USD32.99 at the gate & USD19.99 online on Weekdays
USD27.99/USD15.99 For Kids, online.

9. Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown, Houston

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown, Houston

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown is located in Spring, north of Houston. It is one of the oldest waterparks in the area being functional since 1984. Spread over 48-acres, it has two pools, nine water slides, and two children’s areas. The Six Flag is equipped with pools where you can relax and enjoy the day. However, if you are in search of excitement; you can enjoy the steep slides or better check out the variety of hydro-powered thrills the place has to offer, from rides to challenges – you can find it all here.

Address : 21300 Interstate 45 N, Spring, TX 77373
Timings : Friday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Entry Fee : Season Pass: USD 49.99
Membership:
Gold Plus: USD 7.99 per month
Platinum: USD 10.49 per month
Diamond: USD 13.49 per month
Diamond Elite: USD 19.49 per month
Membership Rates : USD 6.49 to USD 17.99
Pets : not allowed, except for service animal
Dress Code : Life vests, Cabanas, lockers, tubes for rent; a cafe, Shower, and Changing areas.
Attire Code : Lined swimwear, without buttons, snaps, and zippers

10. Hawaiian Falls Waterpark- North Garland, Dallas

Hawaiian Falls Waterpark- North Garland, Dallas
4.5 /5

Rides like The Torpedo, Pineapple Express and The Rush are some of the highlights of the Hawaiian Falls Waterpark- North Garland. The park opened in 2003 and is the perfect to be during the summer months as visitors get to take advantage of the lazy river, wave pools, water slides, interactive water-play complexes and more. Ideal for kids, these rides provide an opportunity to try and cross a water obstacle course, play water basketball, have fun on a water fortress, go down slides and tubes of varying lengths and speed or float on tubes and take in the waterfalls and water volcano.

Address : 4550 N Garland Ave, Garland, TX 75040, United States
Opened : 2003
Attractions : The Rush, Splashwater Reef, Keiki Kove, Kona Kooler, Waikiki Beach, The Pipeline, The Torpedo etc.
Dining : Sharkey’s Cafe
Admission Fee : USD 25.99-30.99 (48” and taller), USD 18.99-23.99 (under 48”), Free (ages 2 and under), USD 17.99 (groups of 15+)
Parking : Available

11. The Cove Aquatic Center at Crawford, Dallas

The Cove Aquatic Center at Crawford, Dallas
4.5 /5

Equipped with swimming pools for adults and toddlers, thrilling water slides, a lazy river and a climbing wall, The Cove Aquatic Center at Crawford is a small water park which offers respite from the hot summers. Visitors get to peacefully float around in the lazy river, swim, dive off of diving boards, play water basketball, climb a wall, or go down different water slides.

Address : 375 S Prairie Creek Rd, Dallas, TX 75217, United States
Timings : 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm (Wednesday- Monday), Tuesday closed
Admission Fee : USD 6-8
Water Attractions : Lazy River, climbing wall, slides, swimming pools, toddler pool, water basketball
Facilities : Outdoor showers, restrooms, family changing rooms, picnic tables, chairs, shade structures etc.
Parking : Available

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