As a change in seasons approaches and the heat and humidity begin to back off, cooling off at a water park isn’t necessarily top of mind for many. Things like football, pumpkins, corn mazes, and Halloween become a priority.

But we live in the desert and summer-like temperatures tend to stick around through at least the end of September, so The City of El Paso has adjusted the splash schedule for its 4 water parks accordingly.

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New Weekends-Only Schedule

Beginning August 27, Chapoteo, Camp Cohen, Lost Kingdom and Oasis will only open Fridays through Sundays until Labor Day. After Labor Day all 4 water parks will then operate on Saturday and Sunday only through September 26.

Hours of operation will be 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Fridays, and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

Camp Cohen Water Park Twitter
Camp Cohen Water Park Twitter

While they all have the same basic water features, such as water slides, lazy river current channels and kiddie playgrounds, each has one signature feature, as well. Oasis, for instance, features El Paso's only surfing machine.

Pool Area - Oasis Water Park

Camp Cohen is located in the former Cohen Stadium site in Northeast, Oasis is inside the Eastside Regional Park (“The Beast) near the intersection of Montana and Hueco Club Road, Chapoteo is just down the street from Lionel Forti park at 1225 Giles, and Lost Kingdom is located in the Bassett Place area at 6001 Hughey by the Ross Middle School baseball field.

More information, including admission and what you can and cannot take inside the water parks can be found online at

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