7 Summer Worthy Trips You Should Make from Houston This Year

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I guess we have a little early summer this year. But, there is nothing to worry about as Houston offers plenty of options that will let you stay cool during the hot summer days.

There is nothing more enjoyable than jumping into a big, welcoming water park. Moreover, Americans are so fond of water parks that there is even a National Waterpark Day.

So let's dig into Houston's top seven waterfront destinations and water activities.

Typhoon Texas Waterpark - Link 555 Katy Fort Bend Rd, Katy, TX 77494

Typhoon Texas Waterpark is a  family-friendly water park located in Houston, Texas. Typhoon Texas Waterpark is spread across 25 beautiful acres in Katy, Texas. There is no better way to beat the Texas summer heat than to cool off in the pool. Slide down 33 different water slides, lounge in the lazy river, and grab a bite while spending quality time with friends and family.

Schlitterbahn Waterpark Galveston - Link 2109 Gene Lucas Blvd, Galveston, TX 77554

The Galveston favorite has the perhaps the craziest-named speed slides in Texas. This waterpark is a thrill-seeker's paradise with high-speed slides including Rohr! Massive, and the immersive Screaming Serpents body slide. Each section has raft rides, pools and water coasters with great picnic pavilions and pint sized water playgrounds for kids of all ages. If you are looking for a way to cool off or fun things to do in Galveston, we have the hottest, coolest rides around.

Pirates Bay Waterpark - Link 5300 E Rd, Baytown, TX 77521

The Baytown park has all the necessary attractions including a wave pool, a lazy river, slides, and play structures. Aside from that, the complex has such amusingly named, high-speed rides as the Flowrider, the Space Bowl, and the Boomerango.

Margaritaville Lake Resort, Lake Conroe | Houston - Link 600 Margaritaville, Park Way, Montgomery, TX 77356

Margaritaville Lake Resort, Lake Conroe | Houston brings the spirit of the islands to Lake Conroe, Texas. Located along the shores of the 21-mile-long Lake Conroe, this waterfront paradise offers 186 acres of lakefront with a water park, lazy river, outdoor pools, boating, fishing, jet skiing, and water skiing. Whether you’re seeking a romantic retreat, a fun-filled family getaway, or an all-inclusive group destination, we’ve got you covered.

Waterpark at Riverstone - Link 18353 University Blvd, Sugar Land, TX 77479

The Waterpark at Riverstone is a resort-style community pool with lushly landscaped swimming areas and waterfalls. It is located within the Club at Riverstone, a recreation center for Riverstone residents. Waterpark features twisting slides, spray elements, a zero-entry lagoon, a splash pad, and a pool with shaded lounge chairs. It’s a popular spot to cool down and relax in the summer.

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown - Link 21300 Interstate 45 N, Spring, TX 77373

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown is located in Spring, north of Houston. The waterpark has been operating since 1984 and is one of the oldest in the area. The resort spans 48 acres and offers two pools, nine water slides, and two children's areas. Six Flags features pools where you can relax and enjoy the day. But if you’re in the mood for some excitement; you can enjoy the steep slides or check out the thrilling rides and challenges the place has to offer.

Calypso Cove - Link 2428 W Main St, Baytown, TX 77520

Calypso Cove is one of Baytown’s Caribbean themed water parks. This water park offers a zero-entry pool, a slide tower, spray guns, and a lap pool, as well as water crossing activities and covered picnic areas. It is an inexpensive option for those on a budget, and the Calypso Cove is usually uncrowded.

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