White Water Bay Waterpark at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, San Antonio

Did you know that Six Flags Fiesta Texas has a waterpark, and that it’s FREE with your Six Flags Fiesta Texas ticket?  White Water Bay Waterpark is a GREAT way to keep cool during a summer visit to Fiesta Texas, and it’s conveniently located right inside the park, so you can just drop your things off in a locker, go have fun riding the rides and come back and take a plunge in one of over 10 fun slides, a lazy river and a HUGE, Texas-shaped wave pool!



White Water Bay is FREE, and open daily during the summer, and then for a couple of weekends in September.

You do enter through the Six Flags main entrance, so it’s easy to ride some rides in the morning, spend the day at the waterpark keeping cool, and then ride again in the evening!


The new ride for 2017 is Thunder Rapids Watercoaster, and I’ve been excited about riding it all summer!  I love water coasters!

It’s fantastic, and here’s a great tip!  Go single rider!  Our family of 5 saved at least an hour by skipping the main line and going single rider!  We didn’t get to ride together, but we still loved it!


Lone Star Lagoon

Where else can you jump waves in Amarillo, but the Texas-shaped wave pool at White Water Bay in Fiesta Texas!  It’s HUGE!!  The waves are great, and you have LOTS of shallow beach area, because Texas is just SO big!


I’m always surprised how large it is!


The White Water Canyon is a fun lazy river, with lots of waterfalls!  Tubes are free.


Typhoon Twister and the Paradise Plunge

Fiesta Texas is built inside an old quarry, and just like the rest of the park, they make use of the dramatic cliffs to make their rides even more thrilling!


Splash Water Springs

Located at the top of White Water Bay, Splash Water Springs is made to resemble an old Texas town, Splash Water Springs is a fun place to cool off.  The water is shallow, making it great for younger children!


Texas Treehouse

Another great place for kids to keep cool is the Texas Treehouse, with all sorts of fun places to climb and play, all while keeping cool!


Of course, there is a pirate ship, too!


White Water Bay also offers complementary life jackets!


As big as White Water Bay is, and let’s be honest, on a Sunday afternoon it was CRAZY CROWDED, we were still able to find a table relatively easy.

We LOVE our new private safe, that allows us to skip paying the OUTRAGEOUS PRICE for a locker!  It’s big enough for my phone, keys and credit card, compact to carry through the park, and attaches securely to a table or chair!  At just about $20, I think it’s a great deal, especially with FREE shipping from AMAZON PRIME!  Click HERE for more information.

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Be prepared to wear some type of foot covering, because the concrete is crazy hot!  I never wear shoes at waterparks, but I HAD to here.  I had flip flops but I hated leaving them at each ride and pool.  They were my only shoes and if they disappeared I’d be running out of the park barefoot!   Some kids were just running around in their socks!  Grab some cheap watershoes at Walmart, or try out these crazy adhesive foot protectors, which seem great for the beach or waterpark!  They protect your feet without giving you funky tan lines!  I ordered mine, but forgot to take them with us, so I don’t have a review yet!  Click HERE to read more!

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Know Before You Go

Like Six Flags, ice chest and outside food are not allowed inside White Water Bay.

Six Flags Cups are allowed inside White Water Bay, but aren’t refillable inside the waterpark.  Be sure to fill it out in the main park before you go!  There is a concession stand that refills them just outside the Whitewater Entrance.

Six Flags does not allow you to enter the park in swimwear, or wear it while at the rest of the park.  If you do show up in swimwear, they sell t-shirts for $6 at the Membership Services desk.

Things To Do in San Antonio


The Historic Pearl District is the repurposed Pearl Brewery, now a shopping and dining destination, with a big yard, splash pad, live music and a Farmer’s Market, all on the Museum Reach of the Riverwalk! Click HERE to read more!

From the top of the Tower of the Americas, you can see for miles on a clear day!  Located in Hemisfair Park, there are always fun things to see and do!  Click HERE to read more.

Tour the Natural Bridge Wildlife Park from your car!  Click HERE to read more!


Schilo’s Delicatessen is located on the 2nd floor of Casa Rio on the San Antonio Riverwalk, and has incredible German food and homemade root beer! Click HERE to read more.


If you’re looking for a resort, you can’t beat La Cantera, just minutes from Six Flags Fiesta Texas!  The resort offers so much to do you could easily spend the day!  Click HERE to read more!

If you’ve got a weekend filled to the brim with activities and just need a place to lay your head at night, check out the Hilton Garden Inn at the Rim.  They have an outdoor pool and shuttle to Six Flags.  Click HERE to visit their website.

The Residence Inn San Antonio at the RIM offers FREE breakfast, has a nice pool for the kids, and suites with mini-kitchens to throw together a late night dinner or pack sandwiches for the next day! Click HERE to visit their website.

Six Flags White Water Bay

17000 IH-10 West, San Antonio

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