More stories about Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington%2C TX

  • Concrete Supply Crunch Hits Texas Waterpark Developers

    Firms in the Dallas-Fort Worth area are feeling the effects of a sand shortage that is slowing the production of concrete in the region.

  • Federal Model Code Hits Final Stretch

    The Model Aquatic Health Code is about to enter its final phase, and the public will be given its last chance to present feedback

  • Third Time's a Charm for Texas Waterpark

    NRH2O Family Water Park has earned its third Best of Aquatics title since 2005

  • West Irving Aquatic Center

    After the successful opening of the Cimarron Aquatic Center in 2008, the city of Irving set about creating a complementary venue on the other side of town.

  • Burleson Recreation Center

    The 70,000 square foot Burleson Recreation Center opened in May 2010 for residents and guests of the City of Burleson, Texas, a fast growing suburb of Fort Worth.

  • Hawaiian Falls Mansfield

    Following the success of its three previous parks in the greater Dallas area, the Hawaiian Falls group embarked on establishing its largest and most elaborately themed park.

  • Crypto Outbreaks Hit Southwest

    Cryptosporidium outbreaks at the height of swim season have sickened bathers and closed many Southwestern pools and sprayparks.

  • Infectious Fun?

    Back in 2005, when Dallas installed the first of seven sprayparks, Jerry Foote knew next to nothing about them.

  • THE KELLER POINTE

    Like the city of Keller, Texas, itself, The Keller Pointe is on its way. Opened in May 2004, this recreation facility is one of the new amenities of the Fort Worth suburb, which has seen its population explode in the past few decades. (It currently stands

  • Tom Muehlenbeck Center Plano, Texas

    The leisure aquatic elements of the $24 million Tom Muehlenbeck Center reinforce the sense of this being a community-focused center