Read parent reviews (and add your own!) for the best indoor water parks near Dallas and Fort Worth. Whatever the weather brings, an indoor water park is your family's answer to year-round pool, water slide and splash pad fun.
Use our interactive map to find an indoor waterpark near you, and check out parent recommendations for the best outdoor waterparks around Dallas, too.
Waterpark at the Villages (Holiday Inn Club Vacations Villages Resort)
Sarah D.: WaterPark at The Villages is a 19,000-square-foot indoor water park attached to a condominium complex called “The Villages.” Seated along the shores of Lake Palestine, the water park features multiple attractions including water slides, a children’s play area, and a wave pool. And Waterpark at the Villages has family-friendly pricing including free admission for children under 36 inches!
Apex Centre (McKinney Parks & Recreation)
Stephanie W.: McKinney's Apex Centre has a large indoor aquatic center, perfect for colder or rainy days! The Indoor Leisure Pool has three lanes, ranges from zero-depth to 4 feet deep, a lazy river, kiddie playground, and flume slide. And, once summer rolls around, you can head over to their outdoor water park to enjoy the zero depth entry kiddie pool and water playground, lazy river, water slides, and water basketball hoop!
Frisco Athletic Center - Indoor Aquatic Center
Shila: "Big Blue" is the name of the winding, free standing indoor water slide that attracts families to enjoy the indoor aquatic center at Frisco Athletic Center. Guests must be 48 inches tall to ride Big Blue, but there's also a play pool for small children with fun spray features and slides, as well as a current channel and vortex. Check out the City of Frisco's outdoor water park, too!
King Spa & Waterpark
Vanessa M.: King Spa & Waterpark is a unique Korean spa experience that caters to the whole family. They offer many adult amenities including massages, steam rooms, body scrubs, and more. They also provide a fun indoor water park and movie theater for families to enjoy. The water park has a waterslide, play features, and lazy river.
Great Wolf Lodge
Vanessa M.: The water park at Great Wolf Lodge is impressive! The waterslides include the massive Howlin' Tornado, the heart-stopping Coyote Canyon which has a four story drop, Crooked Creek lazy river, mini waterslides and play structure for young children, a wave pool, and many more fun attractions. Dining and shopping are also on site.
Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark
Vanessa M.: Epic Waters is indeed most epic! Their large, jaw-dropping indoor facility is home to a slew of intense waterslides, along with swimming pools, the longest lazy river in Texas, and designated kids play areas that make Epic Waters a must-see water park for the entire family.
NRH Centre Aquatics
Vanessa M.: The NRH Centre is a premier fitness, aquatic, and activity center offering great amenities and activities for the whole family. The heated indoor aquatic center has a water slide, interactive play features, and a rock climbing wall with plunge pool underneath. The zero depth toddler area and children's slide is perfect for young water-lovers to play in.
The Keller Pointe
Stephanie W.: The Keller Pointe is a unique water facility with both outdoor and indoor slides and pools, making it the perfect place to splash any time of year! The indoor pool area is open year round and features a swimming pool with three lanes for swimming laps, a kid pool with a play area, a lazy river with a vortex, and a giant water slide. The seasonal outdoor pool features a splash pad, water playground, a lazy river, vortexes, and water slides.
Primary photo: Great Wolf Lodge
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