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  • 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.

  • Top Waterparks | U.S. & Canada

    Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort, located outside San Antonio,features some of the most imaginative and exciting waterpark rides in the United States.

  • Top Aquatic Resorts

    In a metro area with several waterparks, San Antonio’s Hyatt Wild Oak Ranch continues to stand out as an elegant resort where guests talk about how they love the 800-foot-long lazy river more than anything else on the property.

  • Top Aquatic Resorts

    The 1,500 room-plus Gaylord Texan hotel in Grapevine, Texas, is a one-of-a-kind, highly themed hotel with 400,000 square feet of meeting, convention and exhibit space.

  • The Right Mix

    It wasn’t the first time Alison Osinski had seen such a scenario. Undoubtedly, everyone involved from the Texas town (which shall remain nameless to protect the innocent) thought they were doing a good thing.

  • Hyatt Wild Oak Ranch

    Located in the Texas Hill Country, Hyatt Wild Oak Ranch was designed to showcase classic Texas-style ranch architecture and highlight the natural beauty of the landscape.

  • NRH2O Family Water Park

    NRH2O Family Water Park was established in 1995 as the first municipally owned waterpark in Texas.

  • Texas Tech University Student Leisure Pool

    The new pool at the Robert H. Ewalt Student Recreation Center features a variety of aquatic activities for the Texas Tech community to enjoy.

  • Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort

    One of three family-owned Schlitterbahn waterparks in Texas, the Bavarian-inspired waterpark resort in New Braunfels includes more than 15 water slides, seven children’s water playgrounds and a stationary surf machine.

  • Texas Passes Spraypark Legislation

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry has signed Senate Bill 968, setting state standards for sprayparks and interactive fountains.