Wet'n'Wild SplashTown (formerly SplashTown Houston) is a large 53-acre waterpark located north of downtown Houston. Here you'll find more than two-dozen water slides, pools and attractions, including a half-million gallon wave pool, lazy river, and water play areas for children.
Thrill rides at Wet'n'Wild SplashTown include to the Big Spin, open and enclosed bowl body slides, Brain Drain, a seven-story tall, 333-foot long looping, speed-slide that begins in a trap-door launch into a free-fall descent, a double FlowRider continuous wave surf ride, and Texas Freefall, two side-by-side body slides with a near vertical five-story drop.
RipQurl is a tube slide that begins with an enclosed flume that winds into a giant bowl and Stingray Racer, the longest, largest and only six-lane Octopus Racer mat slide in Texas.
Another popular ride at the waterpark is the Tornado, a tube ride that begins from a 75-foot high platform. From there you and up-to three friends descend a 132-foot enclosed flume before dropping into a giant, open-ended funnel that's lying on its side, filled with 5,000 gallons of water.
Families can ride together on the Thunder Run toboggan-style tube slide and Big Kahuna, a multi-rider raft ride.
The waterpark also has an activity pool, three-story interactive Tree House with a 1,000 gallon tipping water bucket, climbing net ladders and slides. When it's time to relax Wet'n'Wild SplashTown has a relaxing lazy river you can float, plenty of areas to lounge around and a half-million gallon wave pool to cool you off.
For toddlers and younger guests, the new Wet'n'Wild Jr. offers kid-friendly versions of the park's larger attractions and is limited to those under 50-inches and their accompanying parent.
Additional amenities include cabanas with wait service, a variety of food and beverage options, locker rentals, and gift shop.
Open weekends May to September, daily Memorial Day to late-August
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Wet'n'Wild SplashTown is located north of Houston on IH-45. From IH-45 North, exit at FM-2920-Tomball. From IH-45 South, take exit 68 Louetta Rd.