Amusement Parks

Fiesta Texas,, 17000 IH-10 West, Exit 555 La Cantera Parkway. Includes thrilling roller coasters (Goliath is the ultimate inverted coaster), family rides, kids’ rides and waterpark. Entertaining shows with plays, dancing and singing. Theme parks within the park and games to play. Food booths, restaurants, and gift shops for all tastes. Special events at Christmas, Fourth of July, etc. Please check website for seasonal schedules. Day pass $49.99, season pass $59.99.

Sea World San Antonio,  off Hwy 151 between Loop 410 & Loop 1604, Westover Hills Blvd takes you to entrance. The world's largest marine life adventure park and family entertainment showplace, with a splashy lineup of more than 26 sensational shows, thrilling rides, animal attractions and educational experiences for all ages. Four parks in one on 250 acres: a show park, a rides-and-slides park, a water park and an amazing animal park. Check website for seasonal schedule. Day pass adult $52.99, kid $44.99 – check for coupons & deals.
Splash Town,, Splashtown Exit #160 at IH35N, (210)227-1400. 20 landscaped acres of cool, clean water excitement! Over 50 Rides & Attractions. Extras: free life jackets, covered public picnic area, restaurant & concessions, Dive-In Movies, lockers for rent, lifeguards, free parking, restrooms with shower facilities, souvenir shop. Day pass general $24.99, kids under 48” $18.99. Season pass $49.99.

Schlitterbahn,, off IH35N go left exit #184 Loop 337 (Rueckle Rd), at 8 miles turn right on Common St, then right on Liberty St (830)625.2351. New Braunfels is 32 miles or 40 minutes north of San Antonio. Bring the whole family and see why Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort has been voted the best waterpark anywhere! The waterpark has over 3 miles of tubing adventures, 7 children’s water playgrounds,17 water slides, the world’s first surfing machine, and 3 uphill water coasters spread over 65 acres of fun! Check website for seasonal schedule (see below for special Christmas event). Day pass adult $39.99, kids $29.99. Season passes available.

Oldest Kiddie Park Opened during the Golden Age of Amusement Parks, Kiddie Park has been entertaining kids in San Antonio since 1925. Kiddie Park is the oldest kid's park in the United States. Because Kiddie Park is an important part of local history, we want to give kids the chance to enjoy 1920s-era park rides. Our goal is to keep the park's old fashioned flair, but with modern up-grades. All rides are ready to go including the original Carousel, made in 1918. A new chapter for Kiddie Park began on September 5, 2009 with its reopening. We have plans to modernize the park with renovations; such as, new restrooms, a new office, and a new grand entrance. Kiddie Park will be closed December 19, 2009 to March 1, 2010 for these renovations.
We are so pleased to bring a San Antonio iconic park back to life. You can expect a clean, beautiful park that is fun and affordable for the entire family.

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