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Discover Houston water parks: Lots of family water fun at Hurricane Harbor Splashtown

Photo courtesy of Hurricane Harbor Splashtown Facebook.
Photo courtesy of Hurricane Harbor Splashtown Facebook.

HOUSTONThroughout the summer, KPRC2 will be featuring Houston's many water parks in hopes of inspiring fun for you and your family.

Sunday's featured water park: Hurricane Harbor Splashtown

The slides: Among those for thrill seekers are the Big Spin and Paradise Plunge, but there are also two interactive areas for kids as well as a lazy river and some rides the whole family can go on together.

Kid-friendly rides: There are a variety of rides that are idea for kids. They are:

  • Coconut Bay: Minimum height for a child is 50 inches tall. Kids can play in their own version of the wettest thrills when they will step into Coconut Bay, the new interactive children's area.
  • Tree House:  There is no minimum height. The Tree House offers three stories of interactive fun where kids can climb net ladders, slide down slippery slides and get soaked as a 1,000-gallon bucket dumps water over everyone below.
     

 

Special events: There are a variety of special events throughout the summer you can take advantage of. Here are a few:

  • Fireworks Show: July 4-5
  • Hero Appreciation Week: July 15-18
  • Texas Fest: July 28 (Spend the day enjoying food and a live performance on the Wave Pool concert stage)
  • Labor Day Luau: September 2

Location: 21300 Interstate 45 N, Spring

Summer hours of operation: 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday through Sunday. 

An artist's rendering of the new Wahoo Wave attraction coming to Splashtown in Spring, Texas, in 2019.
An artist's rendering of the new Wahoo Wave attraction coming to Splashtown in Spring, Texas, in 2019.



Ticket cost: Single-day passes start at $41.99 per ticket and season passes start at $66.99 per pass. 


Parking: A daily parking pass costs $23.15. You can purchase in advance online or pay the same amount onsite. 

More information: For more, click here