Cool Summer Fun at North Texas Water Parks

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As the summer temperature in North Texas starts to rise, you will want to find ways for you and your family to cool down. Nothing is cooler than spending the day at one of these area water parks.

Six Flags Over Texas- Hurricane Harbor

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From thrilling water rides like the new Banzai Pipeline, the Caribbean Chaos, to the family-friendly Splashwater Beach Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Arlington has something for everyone.

Enjoy special a Father’s Day Weekend (June 19 – June 20, 2021) and an exhilarating three-day Labor Day Weekend (September 4 – 6, 2021) with a day full of thrills and cool splashes at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor!

Get unlimited visits to Six Flags Over Texas & Hurricane Harbor with a SEASON PASS & BONUS: Buy now for FREE Season Parking

Bahama Beach Waterpark

Bahama Beach Waterpark is the perfect place to cool off this summer. Conveniently located just 10 minutes south of downtown Dallas, you can get away from it all without ever leaving townThe your and young at heart, will love spending the day in this an interactive water playground on water rides like the Calypso Cooler – Lazy River or race your family to the bottom of the 300-foot mat racing slide, the Tortuga Express.

For those who want to kick back and relax, grab a tube, wade into one of two zero depth entry beaches, and take a float down the lazy river. There are plenty of spots to relax in the shade and food and beverages to satisfy all of your appetites.

Get your Tickets Bahama Beach Waterpark: General admission 48″ and taller $15.00. Junior admission under 48″ tall $11.00. Age 2 and under are free. *Dallas resident discount are available. Season Passes: Basic Season Pass $60, Premium Season $90.

Hawaiian Falls

Whether you’re looking for a way to relax to keep the kids entertained kids on a hot, summer day, Hawaiian Falls is the place for you. With locations in The Colony, Garland, Mansfield, Roanoke and Waco Hawaiian Falls is built with the family in mind.

Purchase your Daily Admission tickets online for all Hawaiian Falls locations. Season passes are also available.


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Family Fun at Dallas-Fort Worth Water Parks

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One of the best ways to stay cool during a hot Texas summer is to spend the day a water park. The Dallas/Fort Worth area has a nice variety of water parks for you and your family to enjoy. From Hurricane Harbor to Hawaiian Falls, you can get ‘wet & wild‘ in DFW.

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor

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This year Hurricane Harbor has lots of ways to stay this summer. The 47 acre water park has interactive family adventures like Hook’s Lagoon and the Sea Wolf. You can on Surf Rider,  the “zero gravity” slide, or the Dive Bomber, a 5-story free fall experience that will take your breath away!

Don’t miss the latest  Wahoo Racer, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor’s exciting new 6-lane water slide.  Wahoo Racer’s unique design allows riders to enjoy two different adrenaline-charged experiences on one massive structure.

Wahoo Racer is nearly 60 feet tall. The two-tier mat racer sends you, head first, down an exhilarating,  ride through colorful enclosed tubes before shooting you out into multi-styled racing lanes,  zooming down at speeds of up to 40 feet per second on aero-dynamically designed water toboggans for the final stretch. Thrill seekers will want to race again and again for their chance to be crowned Wahoo Racer champion.

Hawaiian Falls Summer Camps


Hawaiian Falls offers several Splash Camps:

  • Camp H20
  • Junior Lifeguard Camp
  • Leader in Training Program

The five-day camps will take place 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 9 – August 11 (except the week of June 30) at all five Dallas-Fort Worth locations. Early drop off at 8 a.m. and late pick up at 5:30 p.m. are also available. Kids will enjoy weeklong camps full of activities, character building lessons and summer fun.

Each camper receives a 2014 “My Island” season pass good for unlimited access to their local waterpark, daily lunch for the weeklong camp, plus a Hawaiian Falls Camp T-shirt. Class sizes are limited and registration is on a first come – first served basis. Hawaiian Falls is also offering Splash Days, which offers parents the option of Drop-Ins for a single day camp. You can book a Hawaiian Falls summer camp programs at  any of the  five North Texas watermark.