Waterparks in DFW! 💦 -
. 👨 Hubby says…go to Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark! Owned by the City of Grand Prairie, this 80,000-square-foot, indoor-outdoor aquatic paradise boasts eleven different waterslides, including the nation's tallest indoor Aqualoop and the first indoor double rider Aquasphere inner tube ride. Not into water slides? No problem, the park also features a surf simulator, a 10,000-square-foot wave pool, a kiddie play area and one of the longest lazy rivers in America. Add in a 4,000-square-foot arcade, a café and a full-service bar�– and good luck convincing your family to leave. Best of all, you don't need to wait for summertime to get your splash on, the park is open year-round. Daily admission rates for non-residents run $24-$29, plus children 3 years and younger are free.
. 👧 Wifey says….go to NRH20 Family Water Park! Ranked among the top water parks in the nation, NRH2O is a city operated park located mid-way between Dallas and Fort Worth in North Richland Hills. Situated on 17-acres, the park features over twenty-two water-slides, a 660-foot long endless river, a 12,000-square foot wave pool and a children's swimming hole complete with a five level water playground. NRH2O is also home to the Green Extreme, the world's largest uphill water-coaster, measuring over 1,100-feet long and 81-feet high. Aside from rides, guests can play volleyball on a white sand beach and take a dip in a 5,300-square-foot pool. Be sure to keep an eye out for weekly events like music festivals, dive-in movie nights and fire-works displays. The park is open from May to September, be sure to check the website for specific hours of operation.