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The Guide To Water Parks In Texas

In summers, you might find Texas extremely hot and humid. The temperature in peak months of summer ranges from 83 degrees to 95 degrees fahrenheit, which can be quite annoying and irritating. However, with the arrival of summers, a lot of alluring and cool water parks have been initiated for the aid of tourists and native visitors. These water parks involve all kinds of activities and events that you would need to make your hot annoying day into a cool pleasant day. Texas features a number of such facilities that might just be the thing that you are searching for. Some of the brilliant places that we would suggest you spentd your hot days include:

Bahama Beach Family Waterpark

One of the fairy places in our list is the Bahama Beach Family Waterpark, Dallas. This place sleeps throughout the year and only wakes from mid-May to August-end. The place has it all. There are fun rides, swimming pools, lazy rivers, events, cabins, food and a 1,000-gallon dumping bucket for you to rock and roll.

Don Rodenbaugan Natatorium

This place has something extra special about it. People love to explore it all year around, maybe that's the reason that it remains open for visitation for the whole year. There are long rides, lazy rivers and swimming pools all around the place. You would even find a spa, rock climbing wall and gym inside. If you are a native of Dallas, yu can also enroll yourself in their swim training lesson and participate is all the swimming competitions that are organized by the park committee.

King Spa & Waterpark

Situated in Dallas, this place is operated by the City of Carrollton. If you have some young children then this is the perfect place for you. It never gets too crowded here which is, of course, a plus point for you. Although the place is not as grand as the above choices, it contains all those facilities that one might need in these places. In the complex, you'll find some standard Olympic pools that are used by serious swimmers for practicing their freestyle. Make sure to check open times.

Jade Waters At The Anatole

If you have a whole gang and want to enjoy your day with them, then Jade water is best the place for you. Situated in Dallas Design District, Jade Waters is one of the largest waterparks is the town. It has a 4,000-square-foot pool with all swimming accessories, a 7,000 square-foot separate family pool and a lot of big slides. It also boasts a 630-foot long beautiful lazy river. Keeping all of this aside, nobody has ever regretted coming here and spending the day in the water with friends and family.

Burger's Lake

It is one of the few natural water parks in Dallas. The site is located on the outskirts of Fort Worth. The lake has being modified to make to suitable for children to play. Although the place is not as huge as any of the above-mentioned places, it has all the major features that a water park I expected to have. There are rides and trapezes that children love and many sports areas nearby. This place is a perfect destination if you want to have a peaceful day with your family.

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