15 Best Water Parks In and Around San Antonio

It is such a pity that with the warm Texas weather so many parks close after August – it mainly because the youngsters who work at the parks during the summer go back to school. So if you want some fall waterpark action you will need to find indoor parks that are open year-round and the smaller splash pads in city parks that may still be operating. This list will also help you plan for next summer – there are some awesome trips to other parts of Texas for scenery and nature activities as well as the ultimate in waterpark fun.

1. Shlittlebahn Water Park


This waterpark is consistently rated the best in the world. Schlitterbahn was originally a resort set on 70 acres next to the Comal river, then the waterpark was the next logical step in getting everyone totally immersed in the fun on the 40 rides and attractions. Besides the rides, it is good to know that the park has basic items.

The Kiddie Coast section has everything for toddlers including the mushrooms, the whale-shaped pool, and the octopus/submarine – slide down the tentacles of the octopus on the outside then venture inside the submarine for more play areas! Top rides are the Whitewater Tube Chute, Dragon’s Revenge, Kristal River, Raging River and the Boogie Bahn. Besides the Waterpark the resort is a good base for a vacation in Texas Hill Country from where you can explore the surrounding area.

Where: 400 North Liberty Avenue, New Braunfels, TX 78130
When: See online calendar and schedule for days and hours.
Cost: 2017 season passes are already available, $129.99 for adults, $89.99 for children 3 to 11, kids 2 and under are free. The Platinum Pass is $249.99, it includes admission to the other Texas Schlitterbahn Waterparks in Galveston, South Padre Island, Corpus Christi, and New Braunfels.
Contact: (830) 625-2351

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