SplashTown Water Park Now Floating Plans To Irrigate Another 35 Acres off I-45 in Spring

Here’s a drawing showing some of the potential new waterways now being considered for the 35-acre tract that sits east of Wet’n’Wild SplashTown’s aquatic amusement park on the North Fwy. The just-under-50-acre park opened just north of the Louetta Rd. exit off I-45 in 1984 as Hanna-Barbera Land. In 2014,  Premier Parks took the place over from Six Flags and tapped New York-based Aquatic Development Group to renovate its attractions and infrastructure — including the entrance shown above. The same firm is now brainstorming designs for the adjacent parcel, which  — when it’s hydrated — will nearly double the park’s size.

Here’s a look at some of the current waterworks from above:


Photos: Wet’n’Wild SplashTown (entrance); Aquatic Development Group (aerial). Drawing: Aquatic Development Group/Wet’n’Wild SplashTown


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