Top 5 Must Do List for Hurricane Alley Waterpark
Break out your sunscreen and bathing suits because Hurricane Alley Waterpark is officially open for the 2021 season! The weather will start rising soon, and hitting the water would be the perfect get-away for the day.
Hurricane Alley Waterpark is just driving distance from the Crossroads. It's great for people of all ages so the entire family can have some fun in the sun. If cooling down from the heat and having some fun isn't enough of an incentive to head over, now until Memorial Day, Hurricane Alley admission is only $10 per person, and kids under two are free!
If you do plan on taking a quick trip over to Corpus for the waterpark, be sure to check out the top 5 must have's/do's when visiting Hurricane Alley!
If you’re looking for a more private area just get a group of friends and chip in for a Cabana! They have a few different sizes to choose from. It’s a good idea to reserve ahead of time to guarantee one is available when you arrive.
Okay, so full disclosure; in my personal opinion, the food at Hurricane Alley is a bit much. They do not allow outside food or drinks in the park; luckily, there are tables before the entrance. Many people bring an ice chest and keep it in their vehicle until they're ready, then break it out for a quick outdoor picnic on one of the tables. So dust off that Yeti and fill it up with some drinks and sandwiches(or a 3-course meal, whatever you're feeling up to.)
Booze it up in the water bar. You can get a cold one in the shade under the tiki-style bar for a quick cool down.
Look, unless your some sort of pro, chances are, you're going to EAT it; but that's all part of the fun! Hop on a board and shred the waves.