Just a normal waterpark. Nothing special but good for a few hours of fun. Food costs are a bit steep and the quality is poor.
We purchased season passes and visited probably 10 times throughout the summer. Great slides. We would arrive at 10am and stay until the park started to get busy between 12 and 1 or go later in the evening once the crowds had started to leave.
At the begining of the summer we hooked up on the deal for season passes. It was around $55 for each pass and never had to pay for parking- basically pays for itself if you go more than once. Pros: *Fun for all ages - something for everyone! They have children areas for ages 0-6 with a pirate ship/ and... More
I've lived in Houston 40 years and never made it to Splashtown until today with my wife and grand kids (8 and 11). We did rent a cabana right next to the Wave Pool, which is worth the extra $$. All of us had a blast, there was an activity for every level of adventure seeker. Food and beverages were... More
I've always loved this place. My family had season passes for close to a decade when I was growing up and we would go a few times a week all summer. I no longer buy a season pass, but I do go once a year to ride the new slides and go on all the old ones again. I was... More
This is a nice water park. We've been many, many times. The only things I dislike about it, (compared to Schlitterbahn in Galveston), are the parking fee - $10 - and the fact that you are not allowed to bring any food or drinks in. They do allow snacks/milk for babies or toddlers and they do allow a small cooler... More
make sure you get there early...the later, the hotter...and the longer the lines, but overall a great place for a day-cation! Even better if you can get a season pass...well worth it!
Very crowded. If you like swimming with people that wear their underwear and bathing suits, this is the place for you. Lots and lots of people and crowded. The rides are fun, but the crowds make it miserable. Not a real place to swim.
My family and I visited for the first time in a few years. The park was SO run down! Rides were closed also. Examples: The lazy river looked like it needed to be renovated, perhaps, a few years back. It has cracked and faded walls. Many of the steps to the rides smelled of urine and had obvious algae growing... More
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