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Altitude H20 Brings A Floating Waterpark to Grapevine

Jun 13, 2018 01:57PM ● By Ashley Madonna

Altitude Trampoline Park, in partnership with Lake Grapevine, has opened the largest floating waterpark in Texas. The massive inflatable obstacle course located on the lake near Meadowmere Park hosted a soft opening on June 9, and now they are ready to make a splash with their grand opening weekend on June 15.

The floating waterpark stretches for 25,000 square-feet and includes attractions like hurdles, balance beams, bridges, decks, monkey bars, slopes, cliffs, domes, half pipes, curves and slides. And Altitude’s director of marketing, Toya Ribail, hopes that this attraction brings locals out to have fun while exercising.  

“The Altitude philosophy is to get kids moving, so this floating waterpark was an easy next step for our brand,” Ribail says. “We wanted to bring something new and exciting to the community and are so excited about how well it has been received.”

So come out to see if you can take on these engaging obstacles. It may just sound just like a bunch of slides, but people of all ages will love jumping around on this floating attraction.

“The course is larger and more difficult than it looks, but tons of fun,” Ribail says. “We want people to come out and enjoy an entire day at Meadowmere Park.” 

The park is open from 12 to 5 p.m. daily. Tickets run for $20 for a single session, lasting 45 minutes, and $30 for a double session. Each session includes a 15-minute safety orientation and conduct session, so everyone who heads out on the obstacle course will know how to have the most fun while staying safe.