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Who DOESN'T need a BREAK right now?

Spring Break is THANKFULLY right around the corner for many Victoria students and families.

Spring Break for VISD and STJ for 2021 is March 15th through March 19th.

Jp and I will be looking for awesome things to do with the family during the spring holiday and will share our finds with you!

Today we're starting with a much-anticipated spring break option for an out-of-town adventure with the family.

Sea World Aquatica officially opens on March 6th, just in time for SPRING BREAK!

If you've never been, Aquatica is Sea World San Antonio's premier water park and there are some freaking awesome new rides!

Who is ready to be in a bikini? Okay, forget I asked that part...who is ready for a water park adventure? Yep, me too!

Can you handle a free-fall waterslide? Well, here is your chance to find out. It's one of Sea World San Antonio's newest rides...Ihu's Breakaway Falls opened in 2019. It's a free fall inside the tallest multi-slide town in TEXAS! Here is a Youtube video from Attractions Magazine featuring Ihu's free fall.

What about the newest water attraction? Tonga Twister! I'm so hyped about this ride, not only does it offer the thrill of a fast tube ride, it's LIT. Literally lit featuring lights and sound. It's a FIRST OF ITS KIND IN TEXAS and you could be one of the first to ride it!

VISD and private schools around the community are all taking Spring Break at the same time so you might want to buy your tickets online here!

Just for fun, here is a Youtube video of all of the rides at Sea World San Antonio Aquatica for 2020 from Tube Rides.

Looking for an indoor waterpark option? How about Kalahara, the LARGEST indoor waterpark in Texas. You can read all about it by clicking the button below.

Here is one more option, but this one is a celebration of our Texas natural waterparks. It's our top five closest camping sites in Texas next to the water.

We hope you have a blast however you spend your next holiday!

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