Not far from the Texas City Museum are big waterslides and a beach entry pool at the Nessler Park Family Aquatic Center. It's a small Texas City water park!
This pool has 2 big slides (for kids 48" and over), a small river, a beach entry pool and a water play structure for little kids.
Residents and non-residents can use the pool for a fee.
We went to the small Texas City water park on a weekday afternoon and found lots of shaded seating and plenty of room to play. (Check before you go, because at the end of the summer, hours change to weekends only.)
I had never been here, so I wasn't sure what to expect... but the equipment was very new and nice, the locker rooms were clean, the patrons were nice and all the kids looked to be supervised. One lifeguard was a little moody at the end of the big slides... but it did not seem to be an issue with the whole group.
The pool closed for about 20 minutes due to lightning, but we got back in afterwards.
No outside food is allowed at this Texas City water park but there is a reasonably priced concession stand. Also, there are lockers for a quarter.
Our visit to the Nessler Aquatic Center was like a mini waterpark... but for only about $20 total for the family. It's obviously not Schlitterbahn, but we weren't looking for a big waterpark experience!
If you are near Texas City, check it out!
Click the address for the map: 1700 5th Ave N, Texas City, TX 77590
Or click HERE to find more Houston area parks.
Megan cheek says
How much does it cost for residents who don't live in Texas city
Jill Jarvis says
I have been looking for the latest rates but haven't found them online! When we went, it was about $20 for 4 people (non residents)... but if anyone else here knows the latest, please comment!
Ashley lewis says
How much for two adults and a toddler and can we bring ice chest if they are small
Jill Jarvis says
No outside food is allowed. I don't know the latest admission fee... but when we went, 5 of us got in for under $20.
how much will it cost for family of 10 toddler included?