Get ready to splash on over to the Oasis, the city's second regional water park, as it opens this Sunday in East El Paso.

Oasis Water Park

Last year four new water parks were set to open, but the novel coronavirus brought everything to a screeching halt canceling all public events. After a year of unprecedented proportions, Texas has reopened to total capacity, and now El Paso’s Water Parks are opening one by one.

Camp Cohen, the first water park, opened in Northeast El Paso to a record sellout crowd over Memorial Day weekend.

Now Oasis Water Park will open its doors this Sunday, featuring a state-of-the-art surfing experience and a dedicated climbing wall pool area. Chill-back spectators can also enjoy the leisure pool, lap pool, and lazy river while the kids can have fun on the slides and water playground. Visitors can also lounge at the cabanas in the Hueco Dwellings or grab a bite to eat at the Wanderlust Café.

For now, the remaining two El Paso Water Parks—Chapoteo and the Lost Kingdom—will be opening later this summer.

Enjoy a family day full of fun at Oasis Water Park – To purchase tickets, visit:

Oasis Water Park Opening

  • Sunday – June 6, 2021
  • Gates open: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

After this Sunday, Oasis Water Park will be open to the public every day from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

El Paso’s Water Parks:

Camp Cohen - 9700 Gateway N Blvd, El Paso, TX 79924

El Paso Waterparks
  • Located at the base of El Paso’s Franklin Mountains in Northeast El Paso, Camp Cohen offers plenty of adventure and fun.
  • Find more park details HERE.

Chapoteo - 1225 Giles Rd, El Paso, TX 79915

El Paso Waterparks
  • Chapoteo is a fiesta-themed water park decked in brilliant colors and festive designs filled with light, music, and celebration.
  • Find more park details HERE.

Lost Kingdom - 6001 Hughey Dr. Suite B, El Paso, TX 79925

El Paso Waterparks
  • Explore the ancient ruins of the lost Mayan Kingdom at the exhilarating Lost Kingdom Park that will ignite any child’s imagination this summer.
  • Find more park details HERE.

Oasis - 13501 Jason Crandall Dr, El Paso, TX 79938

El Paso Waterparks
  • The name says it all, find the perfect summer family outing and cool off at the Oasis located at Eastside Regional Park.
  • Find more park details HERE.

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