5 Things to See – Water Parks


  1. Hawaiian Falls Roanoke

290 W. Byron Nelson Blvd., Roanoke, Tx 76262

Hawaiian Falls Roanoke is the perfect place to experience state-of-the-art water rides along with fun and interactive attractions. Since its opening in 2011, Hawaiian Falls Roanoke has been a staple with families all summer long.


2) Paradise Springs

1501 Gaylord Trail, Grapevine, Tx 76051

Paradise Springs is a water park for every member of the family. This upscale, high-end water park has an amazing array of slides, cabanas, a lazy river, and zip-lining. And you can’t forget to enjoy the poolside restaurant. 


3) NRH2O Family Water Park

9001 26 Blvd., North Richland Hills, Tx 76180

This classic water park has been around and loved since 1995 and is owned by the City of North Richland Hills. For almost two decades, NRH2O has been providing family fun water entertainment with water slides, a swimming pool, a wave pool, and a lazy river. 


4) Old Town Aquatic Park 

535 W. College St., Lewisville, Tx 75057

Old Town Aquatic Park is a newer addition to Denton County. If you have little ones that you don’t feel comfortable taking to the bigger water parks, this one is perfect for them. It is mainly centered around the younger ones having a fun and safe place to cool off in the summer. It’s got an amazing kid-friendly water playground. 


5) Hurricane Harbor 

1800 E. Lamar Blvd., Arlington, Tx 76006

We’ve officially saved the biggest for last. Hurricane Harbor might just be one of the most well-known water parks in the state. People travel from all over to experience everything this park has to offer. And it’s got things for everyone to enjoy, from family rides, thrill rides, and kids rides. We recommend looking into season passes if you’re a water park fan. You’re definitely going to fall in love with this one.

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