Things To Do
With four great locations to choose from, El Paso is your base camp for water fun. Each site is a one-of-a-kind aquatics destination featuring unique themes mixed with spiraling water slides, coasting lazy river current channels, spectacular kiddie playgrounds, refreshing leisure pools, climbing walls, lounge chairs, relaxing private cabanas and much more. Designed with heated pools, spacious plazas, and sound and lighting systems these public spaces are the place for summer fun and year-round celebrations. WATER you waiting for! Come out and enjoy your summer with our season pass or book your next special event.
Camp Cohen Water Park
9700 Gateway Blvd. N
Opening Summer 2021 and located at the foothills of the majestic Franklin Mountains in Northeast El Paso, Camp Cohen is your base camp for an adrenaline packed sporty adventure. With exciting interactive water activities around every corner, guests experience a camp like no other. Thrill seekers can lap swim in Endurance River, climb the Warrior Wall or ride high-octane Thunder Run, Lighting Bolt or Monsoon Plunge slides. Little ones will enjoy their own aquatic adventure at the Poppy Island water playground within the Wild Lagoon. Guests looking for something more relaxing can take dip in the flowing Rain Roamer lazy river or the Shallow Waters leisure pool. Stay cool near the attractions by strolling over to the cabanas at the Wanders Retreat, or enjoy a quick bite from the Stove Cove café at the Starlight Plaza.
Chapoteo Water Park
1225 Giles Rd.
Life is party at Chapoteo, a fiesta-themed water park. Designed with brilliant colors and festive designs, guests are instantly immersed in a dynamic space filled with light, music, and celebration. Zooming slides at the Calavera Plunge will send guests twisting and turning while the calm Rio Sereno will offer a soothing lazy river experience. El Valiente climbing wall, the Chapula Springs leisure pool and the Lago Azul lap pool will add some flare to your aquatics escapade. Young guests will enjoy splashing around at the Sirenita Reef play area in the Lagarto Lagoon. Looking to chill out? Las Casitas cabanas and the Marigold Plaza are great places to unwind while you savor a snack from La Olla café.
Lost Kingdom Water Park
6001 Hughey Dr.
Immerse yourself in the ancient ruins of the lost Mayan Kingdom. This Mayan getaway will fuel the imagination while offering exhilaration and rejuvenation for visitors. Adventure chasers will enjoy zipping and twisting water slide thrills at the Temple Drop, home to the Sun Temple and Moon Temple water slides. Challenge yourself on The Ruins climbing wall and the Mayan Lanes or splash around in the Macaw Lagoon surrounding the Jaguar Jungle outfitted with interactive water features for endless hours of playtime. Those seeking to relax can journey to the cabanas in the Jade Villas, coast along the Turtle Tides lazy river, or wade in the Forgotten Cenote leisure pool. Guests can order ever-popular meals from the Tres Milpas Terrace café at the P0K-A-TOK Plaza.
Oasis Water Park
13501 Jason Crandall Dr.
Located at Eastside Regional Park, El Paso’s newest and largest park, the Oasis is your summer retreat for family fun and water park staycation. Featuring El Paso’s only surfing machine, Oasis is one of the best places to beat the summer heat. You can hang ten on the Flashflood Rush, which is sure to get you stoked. Kick back and cool off in our Driftwood Channel, a meandering lazy river current channel. For a bit more excitement and adventure, you can scale the Gravity Challenge climbing wall or drop in on the spiraling Tumbleweed slides, the signature slide of the Oasis water park. Take a break at the cabanas in the Hueco Dwellings, after enjoying the Sunset Lagoon leisure pool and the Adventure Pointe water play area at the Rain Puddle kiddie pool. You can also feed the entire family without leaving the water park at the Wanderlust Café in the Desert Haven plaza.