Summer is here in Texas and so is water park season.
While many waterparks in Texas are still closed and are waiting on the OK from Gov. Greg Abbott to open, you can start doing your homework now and figure out what slides you want to hit when they eventually open.
Park: Schlitterbahn Galveston
Address: 2109 Gene Lucas, Galveston
Opened in June of last year, Infinity Racers is a dual waterslide where you challenge a friend to race down the bottom of the slide. The slides were dedicated to the men and women of NASA’s Johnson Space Center.
Park: Hurricane Harbor Splashtown
Address: 21300 I-45 North, Spring
Hurricane Harbor Splashtown calls this new ride “hard to miss." Ride with three friends and get ready for a thrill of your life with six stories of drops and spins.
Dueling Splash Blasters
Park: Splashway Waterpark and Campground
Address: 5211 Main St, Sheridan (91 miles from Houston)
One of Splashway’s newest attractions is Texas’ first dual water slide/roller coaster with its unique design, according to their website. The most adventurous are dared to take on this attraction as it contains several steep drops and a jet propulsion bringing a rush to riders.
Park: Pirates Bay Waterpark
Address: 5300 E Rd., Baytown
Making a debut this summer is Pirates Bay’s newest attraction that tests your ninja skills. Ninja Cross is an obstacle course that is fun for all skill levels, with ladders to climb in and hoops to swim through.
Our newest attraction, NinjaCross, transforms our activity pool into a one of a kind obstacle course. We have hoops to swim through, ladders to climb, and so much more. We wanted to show a video of what exactly it looks like when you attempt our course! Enjoy and have a Happy Saturday☀️Posted by Pirates Bay Waterpark on Saturday, May 9, 2020
Park: Big Rivers Waterpark
Address: 23101 Highway 242, New Caney
You and up to three people can catch this thrilling raft ride, where you can “feel the force” on massive currents and rushing waves.