Bahama Beach is a medium-sized water park with a tropical Bahamas theme. It offers a decent collection of water slides and other ways to get wet and chill out.
Don't expect to find any of the flashy, thrilling attractions found at major parks such as a funnel ride or a water coaster. But you will find Bermuda Triangle, a tower with three twisting body slides, and Riptide Slide and Bahama Bullet, slides you can ride in single- or two-passenger tubes. The Tortuga Express is a multi-lane mat racing ride. Water Wars is a water balloon game.
Those looking for more laid-back fun could float around the Calypso Cooler lazy river. Younger visitors would want to check out the Coconut Cove interactive water play area. It includes a dump bucket, small slides, sprayers, ladders, and other ways to get wet and have fun.
Bahama Beach used to be called Hawaiian Falls Water Park. The city of Dallas bought it, and it is now a municipal facility that is part of the parks and aquatics departments.
There is a reduced price for children (under 48"). 2 and under are free. Group rates and season passes are available. There is a discount for Dallas residents. For additional fees, visitors can rent cabanas, tables, and umbrellas. Discount tickets may be available online at the park’s official site.
Birthday party packages that include park admission and food are available. The park also offers pavilions for rent that can accommodate groups up to 520 people for special events.
Dallas, TX. The address is 1895 Campfire Circle.
From Fort Worth (West): I-30 east to Dallas to I-35E. Travel south on I-35E until SH67. SH67 south to South Hampton Road exit. Right onto South Hampton Road for about 1/2 mile. Right onto Campfire Circle.
From Mesquite (East): I-30 west to Dallas to I-35E. Follow directions above.
From Dallas (North): I-35E to SH67. Follow directions above.
The water park opens mid-May through mid-August
What's to Eat?
Guests can bring in small coolers. There is a snack bar with food and beverages.
Other Texas Water Parks
If you are looking for larger water parks with bigger thrill rides and more attractions in the state, here are some to consider:
- Six Flags Hurricane Harbor- Adjacent to Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington (although it requires a separate admission)
- Schlitterbahn- In New Braunfels. One of the world's premier water parks with many groundbreaking attractions. There are other Schlitterbahn Water Parks in the state.
- Aquatica at SeaWorld San Antonio- Highly themed park that includes live animals
- Wet 'n' Wild Water World- Anthony (near El Paso)
- More Texas water parks