Despite Drought, Texas Leads the Way in Water Parks
Three water parks in drought-stricken Texas lead a list of new water parks to open around the world in 2014.
Three water parks in drought-stricken Texas lead a list of new water parks to open around the world in 2014. The Texas parks, which made the list compiled by the Los Angeles Times, include the $21.5 million Hawaiian Falls Water Park in Pflugerville, which has already broken ground, an extension of the Schlitterbahn chain in Corpus Christi and the Corsicana Water and Adventure Park to be built in the community south of Dallas.
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