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Typhoon Texas returns Memorial Day Weekend

HOUSTON – Texas’s largest water park ‘Typhoon Texas’ is making its return on Memorial Day weekend.

Located at 555 Katy Fort Bend Road, the company announced 2021 summer normal operations will resume. Typhoon Texas made some changes to its policy following the spike in COVID-19 cases but Typhoon Texas president Evan Barnett is happy to report that not only are they returning but they have amazing perks in place.

The park now offers season passes for $69.99 per person and day passes for $39.99.

Food will be available at multiple food venues, including Smoke House BBQ one of the park’s most popular spots.

In addition, visitors no longer have to make online reservations before arriving at the park, Barnett noted.

Texas Typhoon is now looking to hire new smiling faces and is encouraging all interested applicants to apply through their website.

For additonal information visit www.TyphoonTexas.com.

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