When the temperature gets hot in El Paso that can only mean one thing: IT’S POOL TIME!!

Not many people have swimming pools in their backyard but that doesn’t mean they can’t enjoy having fun in the pool this summer because the City of El Paso has unveiled the fourth season opening of El Paso Water Parks.

To celebrate the summer kickoff, El Paso Water Parks will be opening its gates on a staggered schedule, each day featuring awesome theme parties that include Cinco de Mayo festivities at Chapoteo Water Park, tropical vibes of the Lost Kingdom Water Park, and even a Luau Party.

One of the most exciting updates for the 2024 season is the transition to a cashless system across all parks.

Visitors can now breeze through transactions using major credit/debit cards and tap-to-pay methods, ensuring a seamless experience from ticketing to concessions.

El Paso Water Parks is also introducing public swim lessons throughout the season, offering individuals the opportunity to work on their swimming skills under the guidance of expert instructors.

With affordable pricing and flexible session options, there's no better time to dive in and make a splash.

El Paso Water Parks Facebook
El Paso Water Parks Facebook

"We are thrilled to welcome guests back to El Paso Water Parks for our fourth season," said Director of Water Parks Operations Pavlova Sheffield. "This year, we're focused on providing a safe, convenient, and enjoyable experience for all guests."

Families and water enthusiasts are invited to join in on the excitement as El Paso Water Parks dives into a new season of adventure.

For more information on park hours, swim lesson bookings, and ticketing details, visit EPWaterParks.com and get ready to make a splash!

Staggered opening dates for each park:
  • Chapoteo: May 4-5
  • Lost Kingdom: May 11-12
  • Camp Cohen: May 18-19
  • All 4 parks will open on Memorial Day Weekend, May 25-27

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