Nov 29

What Happens When You Are Closed?

Those of us who work at seasonal theme parks often get this question from guests, family, curious strangers and even team members from our sister parks. You might think we just pack up and go home or watch SeaRescue episodes all day, but this is far from the case.

Jul 26

Aquatica San Antonio is Making a Big Splash on Travel Channel's Xtreme Waterparks

by Staff

Walhalla Wave's impressive raft wall has landed Aquatica San Antonio in the spotlight on The Travel Channel's Xtreme Waterparks series. It is the highest raft wall in North America and is tied for the highest raft wall in the world alongside ProSlide's other zero-gravity water ride in China.

Jun 11

Become a World Record Breaker

For the 2nd year in a row, SeaWorld San Antonio will host the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson – an international Guinness World Record attempt for the largest simultaneous swimming lesson ever conducted on Thursday, June 14. This year lessons will take place in the new Aquatica Waterpark at 10 a.m.

May 12

Meet the Aquaticans: Ke-Re

As the opening of Aquatica approaches on May 19, we'll be introducing you to the characters of Aquatica. These characters are imagined identities of the real animals of Aquatica, from stingrays and kookaburras to spoonbills and lizards. As you learn more about these characters, it's our hope that you come to appreciate the species they represent. Their look and names are inspired by the Maori culture - a culture that has inspired many elements of Aquatica.

Apr 30

Aquatica - The Plaza

Over the past few weeks we have been taking a virtual blog journey towards Aquatica. When last we blogged we discussed The Overlook of this new amazing waterpark. Today we're going to learn about Aquatica’s Plaza.

Apr 26

Aquatica Text System Cuts Queue Lines, Delivers Guest Service

Besides our amazing team members, animals and attractions what makes Aquatica very unique is the resort like atmosphere we have created. This is truly a waterpark like no other you have experienced in this part of the world. Many waterparks are known for steel towers, lots of concrete and, unfortunately, crowds. We wanted to go the opposite direction with Aquatica.

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