HOUSTON - As the sun emerges, and Houston weather gets more, well, Houston, locals will head to their backyard or community pools, the beach, and often, to a local water park.
Aware of that annual migration to all things water-centric, Wet'n'Wild SplashTown has just announced plans to nearly double the current space. A rendering released by the park - the largest in Houston, and one of the largest in the U.S. - depicts new, massive water spaces, restaurants, seating, shade areas, picnic areas, and parking.
"We're expanding the size and the scope," general manager Jody Kneupper tells CultureMap . "It will effectively double our park, and guests won't feel crowded."
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