Wisconsin-Based Kalahari Resorts Plans $250M Resort In Texas A waterpark resort chain based in Wisconsin plans to build a $250 million resort in Texas.
The 5 Tallest Water Slides In The WorldAn introduction to the world's tallest waterslides
Hawaiian Falls Customers Receiving Bogus Scam EmailCustomers at several North Texas Hawaiian Falls water parks are getting suspicious e-mails this morning. And the company says they are, in fact, bogus
Both Man & Beast Looking For Ways To Stay CoolThe first thing you’re told when the temperatures become oppressive is to stay indoors, but for some a cool treat in the warm sunshine is hard to resist. Both man and beast are searching high and low for heat relief.
Drought Forces Park In Wichita Falls To Use Trucked WaterCritical drought conditions in one North Texas city have forced an entertainment park to truck in well water for its slides and river float attraction.
Jellystone Park Holds Job Fair Seeking New Water Park EmployeesNorth Texas Jellystone Park is looking to hire 50 lifeguards, food service workers and seasonal employees at a job fair Sunday.
Grapevine Says No To %$#@*& In Front Of KidsEveryone standing near two arguing families at one of Grapevine’s new spray parks was sprayed with a string of profanity on Sunday. Now a woman has to answer to Grapevine police.
Booth Sells Conservative Children's Books At Republican ConventionLaurie Cockerell spent Thursday at the State Republican Convention selling conservative children’s books –– including one she wrote, called the Founders Fables.
Company To Buy Great Wolf Resorts For $5 Per ShareInvestment manager Apollo Global Management said Tuesday that it agreed to acquire indoor water park operator Great Wolf Resorts for about $167.1 million.
Family Fun Getaway Guide To Great Wolf LodgeSometimes there’s no amount of water to help you cool off in the summer. And sometimes winter leaves us craving a warm climate with a pool.
Family Guide To Fun In The Sun At DFW’s NRH2O
Trophy Club Residents Say City Built Too Close To Homes Some Trophy Club homeowners say a pirate ship has hijacked the scenic view they once had from their backyards and the city hasn't stood by its own ordinances.