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As a SeaWorld Park, Aquatica is home to a broad variety of water activities from a lazy river to an underwater grotto for exploration. Look at the natural wildlife on the coral at KeRe Reef, watch the birds fly about in Ria’s Aviary, or have an experience of a lifetime walking alongside Cownose Stingrays at Aquatica. Wave pools, splash rides, and log flumes await you all year long as a Pass member. Cutback Cove has more than 3,000 square feet of play space for the kiddos. Big Surf Shores has more than 40,000 gallons of water that swell up to five feet for a fun wave adventure.
Splashtown San Antonio
Birthday parties, cabanas, waterslides and more are what you will find at Splashtown. Let the kids meet their favorite superhero, watch a reptile show, or enjoy a lazy weekend under the sun in the Kid Zone. The 20-acre park is open when the temperature is above 80 degrees; this is often the last weekend of April through the middle of September. Tube Tyler’s Tour is a favorite stop in the park.
Schlitterbahn is located near the Comal River in New Braunfels. Families often rent a cabin and spend the entire weekend playing in the Texas sun. The park is typically open from the end of May to the beginning of January, and they open select rides during Spring Break and Easter. Surfing, tubing, wading, riding the waves, dancing, tanning, speeding, climbing, hiding, and lounging is just a few of the activities you can participate in when you visit the resort. You can also ride one of the water coasters, slide down the chutes, or enjoy a trip down a conveyor belt. There are trails for hiking, miniature golf, tennis, trains, horseback riding, fishing, winery tours, spa, ranch, and boogie bahn lessons to participate in when you stay.
In operation from March until December, Six Flags offers a water park with a lagoon, water slides, log flumes, water coasters, tree houses, and canyons where the family can cool off and spend time together.