Schlitterbahn – America’s Favorite Waterpark

On the banks of the beautiful Comal River between Austin and San Antonio you’ll discover a spacious resort packed with breathtaking thrill rides, leisurely river floats and relaxing beaches. Schlitterbahn Water Park is America’s favorite water park for a reason. 70 acres of reasons.

Your day in paradise will take you from the four-story tunnel ride, Bahnzai Pipeline, racing down the Der Bahn Speed Slides, to heart racing flume rides. You can even learn to surf at Boogie Bahn.

Catch your breath floating the slow moving currents of the Congo River Expedition, or listen to the waves while you relax at Blastenhoff Beach. Enjoy refreshments as you swim up to the bar in a heated pool.Schlitterbahn Waterpark San Antonio

Even the youngest water adventurers have plenty of options with pint-size water slides at Butterfly Bayou, and the five-story water funhouse Hans Hideout. Other kid friendly attractions include the Gator Bowl activity pool, and Hang Ten Harbor.

Having fun makes you hungry and Schlitterbahn has numerous restaurants beckoning you with cheeseburgers, chicken, or corndogs. Try a turkey leg, sausage on a stick, BBQ, or pizza. A summer day in paradise calls for cold, sweet dessert and you won’t be disappointed.Schlitterbahn Waterpark San Antonio

You are welcome to bring your own picnic to enjoy in the designated picnic areas, or rent a private Cabana, complete with service staff if you choose, or you can barbeque with charcoal provided.

After a day of water adventure you can settle in for the perfect night of activities with movie nights, arcade, family volleyball and s ‘mores by the campfire.

Schlitterbahn….it’s even fun to say it!

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