You Can Swim With Stingrays At This Water Paradise In San Antonio
Not to mention the water slides!
No matter how old you get, spending all day at a water park certainly doesn't age out of you. From the wave pools to the insane slides, you can never go wrong making a trip to one nearby. Now, there's a water park in San Antonio that has all of this and more. Much more. Aquatica has been gifted to us by none other than SeaWorld and it's unlike any water park you've ever been to in Texas.
The park is home to some unreal attractions, such as the tallest drop slides in Texas! There's also Stingray Falls, which allows you and your friends to swim on a raft and get face-to-face with stingrays. There's literally nothing else like it in the world, Aquatica is home to the only one of it's kind.
Aquatica is open Thursday through Sunday next week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the weekdays and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the weekend. The hours and days of operation vary depending on the week, but their calendar is available to check out on their website so you can plan ahead!
Ticket prices vary depending on which package you'd like to purchase but typically start at $49.99 for one person. There are tons of options to choose from to make your day at Aquatica the best day possible.
Right now there's a special deal going on where you can save 60% on a single weekday ticket if you purchase it before the end of today. If this is a bit abrupt and you need more time, no worries, they have deals going on all the time! Like if you purchase your ticket online, you'll save up to $15!
If you love getting wet n' wild, San Antonio is home to plenty ofDon't hesitate to get outdoors and explore on your next day off in the city, there are endless places to that you've probably never even been to! Gotta love San Antonio.
Price: 💸 to 💸💸
Address: 10500 Sea World Dr, San Antonio, TX 78251
Why you need to go: This is such a unique water park to everything we've ever seen in Texas!
We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.