Going to Texas waterparks? Here's what it will cost

If you're looking for ways to keep your family cool, you might be thinking about taking them to a waterpark. We're breaking down the ticket costs of those adventures, so you don't have to.

Pirates Bay Water Park in Baytown is also open with tickets at $25 on weekends and $20 during the week. Season passes are also available. Go to the Pirates Bay website for more.

The Weekend Adventure Pass to Kemah Boardwalk, Pleasure Pier, and the Downtown Aquarium is available for $49.99 and runs through the summer on Friday through Sunday.

Schlitterbahn in Galveston is a great way to escape the summer heat and season passes pay off after three visits. A general admission ticket for anyone 12 and up is $52.99. Online passes are $144.99 which includes free parking, free tubes and you can bring in your own coolers.
If you plan on going more than once this summer, a summer pass is the way to go. That will cost you around $500 for the entire family, if you take advantage of their online discount.
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Typhoon Texas is a popular waterpark in Katy. Season passes are $64.99. This includes 15 percent off in-park purchases and early entry.

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Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown has a new name and new fun with season passes starting at $65.99. This includes free parking and a free 'bring a friend pass' on certain days. It starts paying for itself after just two visits with daily admission going for $41.99. There are membership options starting at $6.60 a month offering discounts on in-park purchases too.
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Six Flags is returning to Houston - sort of. The Splashtown water park is being rebranded.

Big Rivers Waterpark & Adventures, located north of Kingwood, has a weekday special available only online. Ticket prices on Monday through Thursday is $16.48, which is 55% off regular admission. Weekend admission for those over 48" is $39.99 and for those under 48" is $34.99.

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