Splashtown San Antonio - Texas

Water Park

About Splashtown San Antonio - Texas

Splashtown San Antonio, created in 1985 is a Family Water Park located in San Antonio, Texas. Our amazing fun place has a quarter-mile-long lazy river, a half-million-gallon wave pool, 40 water slides and tube rides, water and beach volleyball, and basketball and an activity pool with balance logs and lily pads.Splashtown San Antonio is about just 3 minutes North of downtown San Antonio. We offer free parking.

Joining us you will have the best time in your life while swimming and having fun in all our amazing pools.

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Splashtown San Antonio - Texas Reviews

Lots of fun and great memories of this place. I loved that they had a attraction for just about every age group. Plus food and a movie theatre/wading pool. I wish they had an indoor version so this attraction could be enjoyed year round but on the bright side having summer memories is great too ✌🏽
My family loves buying the season pass each year. Food stand is too pricey so we pack a picnic. Wish they had a movie every Friday at the wave pool but overall a fun time.
I went here 7 years ago but I still remember how much fun I had there. My favorite part was the wave pool like lazy river. I remember just getting slammed by the waves and my friends and I had a great time. If I ever come back to San Antonio I'll be sure to visit this place. Great time guaranteed.
We had been to Splashtown this summmer. They offer you a varieties of water sport and they are suitable for different age group. I have two little girls who enjoyed thoroughly. They offer you life jacket and tubes. They have cabanas that can be rented. If you have little kids or elderly people it’s smart to rent a cabana where they can sit and rest for a little bit. The only thing that I want to mention is I wish the bathrooms werelittle cleaner. That is the only reason for giving for stars. We would love to visit again.
Fun for the kids and the adults. If you have smaller children (mine are 4 and 6), there are a lot of theme parks that end up not having much for younger kids. But Splashtown had a impressive selection for the whole family, including rides that my whole family could enjoy. And they also have a few rides for the big kids and adults only. But it was a lot of fun for the whole family. The only downside was that there were a couple of rides closed, but I don't know why. If I lived closer, I would seriously consider season passes.