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Going beyond an average public swimming pool, NRH2O, operated by the City of North Richland Hills is a water-filled wonder in every sense of the word--and it has consistently ranked among the top... Read More
Going beyond an average public swimming pool, NRH2O, operated by the City of North Richland Hills is a water-filled wonder in every sense of the word--and it has consistently ranked among the top water parks in the nation since it opened in 1995. Located mid-way between Dallas and Fort Worth, this 17-acre water park features over twenty-two water-slides, a 660-foot long endless river, a 12,000-square foot wave pool and a children's swimming hole complete with a five level water playground. The park is also home to the Green Extreme, an uphill water-coaster that's over 1,100-feet long and 81-feet high. Along with rides, guests can hang out and play volleyball on a white sand beach or take a dip in a 5,300-square-foot pool. Be sure to keep an eye out for weekly events, which cover everything from music festivals to dive-in movie nights and fire-works displays. The park is open from May to September, be sure to check the website for specific hours of operation.
- Water Parks: "Coolers, parking and tubes are always free and visitors can also bring in their own coolers at no additional charge. Check the website for discounts and special offers before coming."
- Best for Water Parks Because: NRH2O offers the biggest bang for your buck and it's one of the best city-operated water parks in the nation.