Typhoon Water Park in Pflugerville is getting ready for their Memorial Day Weekend Opening coming up May 29th to the 31st. If your looking for a fun day trip with the family this idea will make for a great weekend. They also have a location over in Katy, Texas which will also be planning events for the holiday weekend.

What's Happening at Typhoon Water Park in Pflugerville?

So far this spring, the park near Austin has only been open during the weekend. That is all about to change this Friday when live music and in-park events, and entertainment make their return to Typhoon Water Park. A "Welcome Back Beach Bash" is being planned at both park locations for the holiday.

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Ticket information can be found here for single-day trips or even a season pass.

Keep reading to check out 5 Can't-Miss Attractions at Typhoon Water Park

 

 

  • 1

    The Gully Washer Kids Slides

    If you have kids who love to splash in the water then this is your #1 destination at Typhoon Texas. Meant for kids between 3 and 12-years-old, the Gully Washer features 100 spray areas, 8 platforms, and 7 different slides.

  • 2

    The Snake Pit

    Check out these double and single tube slides that having you slithering to the bottom like a true Texas rattlesnake. Riders are encouraged to try all three options to see which one has the most venom.

  • 3

    Lone Star Racers

    Waterslide pros are always on the lookout for the "head-first" slides and this is it. Grab your friends and race to the bottom to see who is the fastest. There is a 300 pound wight limit so sorry biggens.

  • 4

    Tidal Wave Bay

    Tidal Wave Bay holds nearly 375,000 gallons of water and slings 3-foot-tall-waves in 10-minute intervals. Skilled swimmers can have fun diving right in or choose to float on a tube over the tides. If you are not a strong swimmer the free life-jackets are highly recommended here.

  • 5

    Lazy-T River

    A trip to the waterpark is never complete without some r&r on a lazy river. Good thing Typhoon Texas does not disappoint. There are two different ways to enter the Lazy-T so if you plan ahead to can even ride it all the way to your next waterside then get back in to finish the lap.