Friday, January 22, 2016

Schlitterbahn Waterpark and Resort - South Padre Island

SchlitterBahn IS a beach paradise featuring a 221 room resort hotel, indoor water park, full service restaurants and more.Schlitterbahn Beach Water park and Resort is the perfect combination of family adventures and state-of-the-art attractions, right on Texas' favorite beach. Experience the beach atmosphere, unique mix of attractions including a great carousel and the award-winning Torrent river system. Schlitterbahn Beach Water park and Resort is the perfect Beach Get a way. Book Yours Today!

Some interesting Green Facts about the South Padre Beach Resort:
*Ropes: Over three miles of 3-inch mooring ropes from dozens of former ships have been painstakingly wrapped around giant concrete structural poles on our Sea 4ever 10,000 square foot patio.
*Green House: The retractable roof over our indoor waterpark was built from a large greenhouse - an old Schultz nursery.
*Lobby Check in Counter: Built from salvaged walnut trees which were pulled from a road project in Kansas.
*Parapet Walls: The hatch covers came off a famous US Troop carrier the John E. Pope and are used on parapet walls and also to make tables. Over 500 are on site.
*Chandeliers: The beautiful chandeliers hanging in the Sea 4ever event patio were salvaged from an aging Vegas hotel. Our team glued shells to them and hung in the ceiling.
*Waterslides: Yes, even some of the water slides were recycled. The water slides in our indoor park came from a park in Cleveland Ohio, were salvaged, refurbished, and re-installed.
My son enjoying the waterslides!
Anthony coming out of the BlackBeards Twister water slide!
Here is a Video Anthony made coming down the Cyclone slide

The Seaside grill is one of many places to grab a bite to eat while at Schlitterbahn!

*Handrails: An old Dutchman Downs Stadium was the source for all the handrails.

Loblolly Pines: In 2011, a major wildfire raged through Bastrop County, Texas in September. Three separate fires started during Labor Day weekend and by the time it was controlled, it destroyed 1,691 homes and burned over 34,000 acres of land including the vast majority of Bastrop State Park's 5,900 acres of Loblolly Pines. The Lost Pines Forest, thought to have originated in or before the Pleistocene era, was also heavily impacted.
For safety, the burned pines had to be removed. These scorched trees were destined for the grinder who would have turned them into mulch. Jeff Henry, with Schlitterbahn, offered to take the fallen trees, then had them milled, beginning the process of transforming the pines from scorched wood to the most dramatic feature throughout the Schlitterbahn Beach Resort at South Padre. 

Where you will find the Bastrop Pines in the South Padre Beach Resort:
- Rooms: In most rooms the cabinets, coffee tables, nightstands, and headboards are made from the Bastrop Loblolly Pines.
- Dining areas: Large tables are made from the Loblolly Pines.
- Lobby: The large tree stump tables by the doors leading to the heated pool are from the fire, as is the siding along many of the interior walls.
- External: The siding on the outside walls of the resort are made from Loblolly Pines.

My Daughter going down the Torrent river system.

The great carousel is just awesome!!
The indoor water park includes a HUGE ball pit!

You have to go to check out the beach resort for your self! Schlitterbahn Beach Water park and resort has something for everyone in the family to enjoy. Book Your Stay Today! 

I enjoyed the beach and the view the most when my family and I visited Schlitterbahn South Padre Island in December of 2014~

for more information on Schlitterbahn beach resort and Indoor water park check out the WEBSITE, or other social media channels FACEBOOKTWITTER

~~You can read about #BeachHoliday visit to Schlitterbahn ~South Padre Island HERE ~~

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