Plan your trip to Texas
With year-round temperatures that rarely dip below 50 degrees, Texas provides the perfect venue for a waterpark vacation. If you are going to head to a waterpark in Texas, go to the original one: Schlitterbahn New Braunfels. The state’s oldest, and arguably best-known, waterpark sits in the Germanic Hill Country town of New Braunfels. Schlitterbahn Beach, located in South Padre Island, is known across the country for its wide variety of water slides, rides, pools, and other ways to get wet. If you are heading to Waller, check out Lone Star Yogi - Jellystone Park, which features a smaller kid-sized waterpark right on site. Your waterpark vacation awaits in Texas
Featured Waterpark Resorts and Lodges in Texas
La Torretta Lake Resort & Spa has no shortage of ways to fill your every moment, and the onsite Aqua Park is no exception. It features multiple pools with infinity edges, a Splash Scape kids' pool with an in-water playground, a lazy river, and the Pollywogs pool for the youngest guests! So whether you're making a splash or just relaxing, you'll...
The Wet-n-Wild waterpark at Lone Star Yogi is a kid's paradise! Enjoy the 350 ft. Pine Tree Plunge, the Serpent Water Slide, and Splash Playground with 5000 gallon Picnic Basket Blaster! It's the perfect way to spend an afternoon for both the young ones and the young-at-heart!
The kids and even the kid-at-heart is sure to love a stay at the Flying L Guest Ranch. Their onsite Lone Star Lagoon Waterpark is the perfect place to stay cool on a hot day or to just splash around and have some fun. The park offers a relaxing lazy river, exciting waterfalls, a wave pool and waterslide. The Lagoon Saloon serves up refreshing...
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