El Paso Water Parks Announce 2023 Season,
Cinco de Mayo Kermes, Memorial Day Opening
El Paso, Texas — El Paso Water Parks will celebrate their third season opening with a special Cinco de Mayo Kermes on Saturday, May 6, held at Chapoteo Water Park (1225 Giles Road). The kermes will be a soft opening, featuring performances by Tribes, Ballet Folklorico Paso Del Norte, local vendors, games, and more leading up to the official start of the season and all water parks opening Memorial Day weekend.
Chapoteo, Oasis, Lost Kingdom, and Camp Cohen Water Parks will open Saturday, May 27. The water parks will open daily from 11am – 6pm through the end of July. From August 1 through Labor Day weekend, the parks open Saturday – Sunday. El Paso residents are encouraged to purchase season passes for entrance to any of the water parks. This year, four tiers of passes are available:
Super Splash: Admission to all Water Parks, Friend Pass, Special Discounts, Free Access to All Special Events + More
Raging Rapids: Admission to all Water Parks, Friend Pass, Special Discounts
Wavy Waters: Admission to all Water Parks
Tiny Tides: Admission to 1 park of your choosing, $5 fee to access other Water Parks
“El Paso Water Parks provide amazing and affordable opportunities for guests to enjoy. The parks are a wonderful resource for families, groups, and the community to cool off, get together, and have fun under the sun,” said Jose Garcia, President and CEO of Destination El Paso.
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