Epic Waters shows off retractable roof and waterpark’s features

The retractable roof is opened at the Epic Waters.©Bob Fitch – 2017

Epic Waters gave its first look at the indoor waterpark’s retractable roof and maze of water slides, wave pools and many other water features.

The mass of water slides at the Epic Waters. ©Bob Fitch – 2017


The roof allows the park to be open air during sunny days and closed during inclement weather to allow the waterpark to stay open 365 days a year.

Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark is a public-private development owned by the City of Grand Prairie that is expected to become one of Dallas-fort Worth’s top-tier family entertainment destinations when it opens in late 2017

Mayor Ron Jensen said that new hotels, restaurants and retail is already under development in the area around Epic Waters and the 170 acre Grand Central park. He added that with additional development planned in the area, Grand Central park will be an entertainment epicenter.

Mayor Ron Jensen speaks about planned development around Epic Waters. ©Bob Fitch – 2017


Epic Waters’ noteworthy features:

  • One of the largest waterparks in North America
  • Year-round, weatherproof operations
  • Day passes/annual passes available with no hotel stay required
  • 11 slides, including three first-in-industry slides
  • FlowRider for surfing
  • One of the longest lazy rivers in Texas (650 feet)
  • 10,00 square-foot wave pool with “tsunami surge”
  • 4,000 square-foot arcade
  • Full-service bar and restaurant
  • Cabanas, private event spaces, retail shop

The large water slide at the Epic Waters. ©Bob Fitch – 2017