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Grab your friends and family and head for a day of fun in the sun at the Rancho Texas Park in Lanzarote!
In 1731, forty natives of Lanzarote migrated to the USA. These men and women were among the first to settle in the State of Texas. Even the first mayor of Texas was from Lanzarote!
Thus the connection between this pretty Canary Island and the USA of yesteryear was born.
The 60,000m² water park superbly captures the excitement and adventure of the old Wild West.
Boasting pools, splash zones, spectacular water slides and even a lagoon where you can paddle your own canoe, there is plenty to keep you occupied and cool at the same time at the Rancho Texas Park.
When you want to dry off, take a stroll through an Indian village, head to the Medicine Man Cave or even pan for gold at the Gold Mine!
But that’s not all, the park is also home to all types of native American animals and includes the “Lilliput” petting farm which is especially popular with younger visitors to this diverse Lanzarote water park.
When it’s time to refuel, head to the Wild Horse Saloon or one of the on-site restaurants which serve a variety of meals to tempt even the fussiest eater!
With all this and spectacular shows featuring sea lions, parrots, birds of prey and more several times a day, there is always something different to see or do at Rancho Texas Park!
The park is open daily from 9.30am to 5.30pm
Rancho Texas Park offers a shuttle service from the resorts of Puerto del Carmen, Costa Teguise, Playa Blanca and Puerto Calero. Please see the ‘Getting there’ tab for more information.
Alcalde Cabrera Torres Street (Noruega Street extension), s/n. Puerto del Carmen.
Rancho Texas Park offers a shuttle service from the following resorts:
Puerto del Carmen - FREE
Costa Teguise - FREE
Playa Blanca - FREE
Puerto Calero - FREE
Additional departures are also available during July and August. Please enquiry in resort for more information.