We collected the latest information on Houston water parks to help make it easier for Midtown Houston visitors and residents to plan a fun filled day of H2O, rest and relaxation. It includes facts about every kind of water attraction in the area from local aquatic centers to cable wave parks.
Some of the local water parks offer heated pools and extended hours and are open year-round, others just for spring and summer. We wanted to save you some time from having to look up details on one website at a time so we have included links to them along with their phone numbers so you can check the current hours of operation and other details at each venue.
Water Parks In Houston
Bellaire Town Square Family Aquatic Center
7001 Fifth St.
This Houston suburb allows residents and non-residents to cool their heels in their water park. two pool complexes during the summer swim season, in addition to three great heated pools in the off season.
Ages 3-59 $10
Ages 60 & up $8
More details available Bellaire Parks and Recreation 713-662-8280 http://www.ci.bellaire.tx.us/index.aspx?NID=721
Rob Fleming Aquatic Center
6535 Creekside Forest Dr.
If your plans take you North of Houston the water park in the Woodlands is an economical place where you can chill-lax in the cool waters of a lazy river, swimming pool with lap lanes, water play structures and water slides.
48 inches and taller: $10
Under 48 inches tall: $8
Cash or check only .
21300 I-45 North,
If you can only get a few hours off to get wet and wild in the water, this is the place for you. It will be tons of fun in the sun experiencing the water slides, raft rides and more including an interactive play area for children.
48″ & taller Online Price-$30.99 ($5 off gate price)
More details available 281.355.3300 http://www.splashtownpark.com/plan-a-visit/tickets/
5300 East Road Baytown, Tx
A cool place for a family-friendly vacation in Houston is the Caribbean themed 3 acre water park Pirates Bay. It is equipped with body slides, matt racers and full of breathtaking water plunges, for outdoor fun. Coolers are welcome and free tubes and free parking makes it easy on your wallet.
48″ & taller $17
Under 48″ $12
More details 281-422-1152 ttp://www.baytown.org/piratesbay/attractions.htm
Schlitterbahn Galveston Island
2026 Lockheed Dr
An introduction to water parks should begin with this type of family-oriented destination outside of Houston. You will be thrilled and dazzled by water coasters, slides plus the Boogie Bahn surf ride. You can get a premium day pass with an all you can drink souvenir bottle or a no-frills pass for the use of all water rides and attractions, that covers the use of inner tubes, life vests and body boards. too
12 - 54 years $43.99
Ages 3- 11 $33.50
Seniors- 11 $33.50
Get details for current operating days and hours
409.770.9283, ext. 4100 http://www.schlitterbahn.com/gal/get-tickets
Wake Nation Houston
4411 County Road 418,
Houston has a cable wake park where water-worshipers of any skill-level can try their hand at wakeboards, waterskiing and kneeboarding on a lake WITHOUT a boat.
You are welcome to participate or spectate and jcut watch the action out on the lake, You only pay for your ride time.
Includes beginner wakeboard, kneeboard or waterskis plus helmet & life jacket.
2 hours: $22.00
4 hours: $26.00
All Day: $30.00
Get details on lake conditions and hours (281) 431-4444 or visit http://wakenationhouston.com/
Facts About Houston Water Recreation Activities
In addition to water parks there are a lots of splash pads around the city. Many of them are free and ideal for smaller kids. The area has a wide variety of water-based family attractions including sandy beaches a few miles down the road in Galveston and plenty of spots for sport fishing on the lakes and rivers that traverse the area.
You'll discover that the information on Houston water parks you find here is right on time whether your desire is to leisurely float around in chest high water or spend an afternoon doing thrilling jumps and flips on a lake. The dress code at most places is liberal but make sure to bring along some comfortable walking shoes for traveling to and fro.
Before plunging knee-deep into your trip plans it’s a good idea to contact the parks to see if you can lower your cost with a group package or a seasonal special. Many of them also have family packages and military discounts.
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