Open Weekends 10am – 7pm
About Wet ‘N’ Wild Waterworld
Wet ‘N’ Wild Waterworld is unique with over 200 mature shade trees providing more square feet of shade than any other water park in the world. Over the 35 years of operation makes Wet ‘N’ Wild Waterworld the 3rd oldest waterpark in the United States! All right here between El Paso and Las Cruces. Plus you can enjoy the largest wave pool in Texas, where everything is big.
FAQs Are Season Passes valid for festivals and concerts?
Yes, during normal operating hours (call for nighttime concerts 915.886.2222).
Are outlet tickets valid for festivals and concerts?
Wet ‘N’ Wild’s outlet tickets are valid unless it specifically says on the ticket that it is not valid that date. Look on the front of the ticket, if you are unsure or call 915.886.2222
Are Lockers available?
Yes for $5 plus a $5 deposit for the key ($10).
Can we bring our own food?
Yes, but no glass. Alcohol in the form of beer and wine is allowed except for some festivals (please call to find out 915.886.2222)
Can we bring our own tents tables and chairs?
Yes, but they must not obstruct the view of the stage.
Can we barbecue?
Yes, barbecue under one of our hundreds of shade trees. You can bring in your own propane grill or rent a charcoal grill ($13.45 plus tax), for safety reasons you may not bring your own charcoal grill. We also sell charcoal at the lily pad store.
What kind of clothing is acceptable?
For swimmers, swimsuits without rivets or buttons. For non-swimmers any non-offensive clothing is acceptable.
Is Wet ‘N’ Wild safe for non-swimmers?
Wet ‘N’ Wild has one of the best safety records in the water park industry. Our lifeguards are kept only a few feet from every swimming customer. Non-swimmers should not enter rides marked with deep-water signs. However, most of our rides have only waist deep water. Life vests can be rented free of charge at the lily pad store, just leave an ID.
How old must children be to be left unattended?
Wet ‘N’ Wild encourages parents to accompany kids of any age wherever they go. Kids ages 8 and over may roam freely, if a guardian is present and reachable inside the park. We ask that only kids 13 and over be dropped off and left unattended.
What happens if it rains?
If Wet ‘N’ Wild closes rides due to weather or lightning, we will reopen those rides as soon as it is safe to do so. We DO NOT issue refunds when we are waiting to reopen rides. If Wet ‘N’ Wild must close rides for more than 1 hour, AND it’s BEFORE 2 pm, customers who choose to leave at that time will be given passes in exchange for their wristbands. If Wet ‘N’ Wild closes the park or rides for more than one hour due to a downpour or bad weather AFTER 2 PM, no passes will be given.