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May 21, 2008
August 24, 2005
I would recommend buying your tickets on the Internet before you go. We did and were able to add on an unlimited soft drink with our ticket that you could not buy at the park. So, for $5, we got free refills all day, which is nice when it is so hot.
One other nice thing they offer is Splash Cash, which you buy when you buy your tickets. Essentially, it is a plastic bracelet that has tear-off tabs you use like cash, and if you don't use it all, you can get your cash back at the end of the day. The unfortunate part of our trip was that the original west side of the park was closed, so we weren't able to enjoy that. We did spend 2 days there from opening to closing, and the kids still didn't want to leave. We definitely plan on making a trip back here sometime.
From journal Family Trip to Texas
March 23, 2005
There is also a super hot tub for one to relax in, and it is scenic; it isn't just about concrete here, since they feed off the river and there is a plush area of trees in the background. Very nice.
From journal Central Texas- Austin, San Antonio, New Braunfels
June 3, 2004
From journal New Braunfels, Texas
Osage City, Kansas
August 12, 2003
Master Blaster and Family Blaster (both in the East park) are uphill water coasters. We hit Master Blaster at a good time and wait was only 1 to 1 1/2 hours long. It is not unusual for it to be 3+ hours though. Boogie Bahn (also in the East) is the world's first surfing ride. Downfall was one line to get surf board and then had to go stand in another line to get on.
Schlitterbahn Waterpark was rated America's #1 water park on Travel Channel. We enjoyed it and would recommend it, but only for those willing to wait in long lines.
From journal Texas Hill Country
October 8, 2002
From journal Winter solitude in Texas
Corpus Christi, Texas
July 3, 2002
From journal Gruene with Envy
by Julie Hood
Galveston, Texas, Texas
August 19, 2000
From journal SPLASHING AROUND IN NEW BRAUNFELS