It's an exciting time at Hyland Hills Park & Recreation District as we are getting set for another great Water World Season in 2018!
We are proud to unveil our newest slide Glacier Run, a head-first penguin themed thrill slide. Stay close to our Facebook and Instagram pages for more information and video of the slide.
While District residents get the best discounts throughout the Summer, Water World is offering a special online-only discount for the first 20 days of the season (May 26th-June 14th). One-Day Admission tickets will be available for only $20 and good for the 1st 20 days of the season, so make sure to let all your friends know to take advantage of this great offer.
We will have more BIG news to share, so stay connected and we look forward to seeing you and your family at America's Largest Waterpark for some great summer memories!
Keeping the kids busy and cool in the summertime heat can be a challenge. Carroll Butts Athletic Park has the perfect program to do both in June and August; its our annual Indoor Soccer Camp for ages 6yrs-12yrs.
The Camp teaches soccer foot skills in a climate controlled environment, plus basic tactical game knowledge. To get more information and to register your child for the Summer Camp, click one of the links below.
Hyland Hills Foundation 26th Annual Golf Tournament
Friday July 20, 2018
For 26 years, the Hyland Hills Foundation has raised money to support recreation and cultural opportunities for kids in the community. 100% of all funds collected are used to help young people experience and reap the benefits of recreational activity and sportsmanship. Toward this goal, funds raised are used for recreational scholarships to ensure that no child gets turned away due to their family's financial circumstance.
Since its inception in 1992, the Hyland Hills Foundation has granted nearly $1 million in recreational scholarships. Over that time period, the Foundation has enabled thousands of low-income kids to enjoy a myriad of sports activities and summer camps. Additionally, a signature endeavor of the Foundation is funding the "Be-A-Fish Learn to Swim program," which has provided more than 12,000 local kids the confidence and life-saving skill of swimming.
The annual golf tournament is the biggest fundraiser for the Foundation, and we invite your participation as a player, or as a sponsor. For more information and to register, call the Hyland Hills Park & Recreation District Offices at 303-650-7506.