An island unto yourself.
Lago Mar, the 12-acre lagoon in Texas City, is infusing super-soaked activities across a mile-length of shoreline this summer. The lagoon’s latest contribution to summer fun is their new floating cabanas as a part of their Paradise Shore Beach experience. [Featured image: @lagoonfesttexas]
From now to September 7, 10 am to sunset, Lago Mar is inviting you to take a dip in its 24-million-gallon turquoise pool. Soak up some sun in a private cabana, take a spin on a jet ski, go for a run on the lagoon’s aqua course, or plunge down their Titan Slide – a 42-foot high inflatable slide.
Whatever water activity you can fathom, the lagoon’s got it; not excluding sailboats, stand-up paddle boards, kayaks, electric jet boards, and the largest floating obstacle in the United States of America (on a lagoon).
Now, as a part of their new Paradise Shore Beach experience, visitors can book a floating inflatable cabana for up to 6 people. The wavy experience is priced at $500 for the day. To partake, each guest must also purchase an entry ticket for $45 each. After doing so, guests can also opt to add on other activities and passes, that which include access to their aqua park, bumper boats, kayaks, and sailboats.
Lagoonfest also regularly hosts DJs and live music. This weekend, August 27 and 28, you can catch guitarist Eric Tessmer as well as Fred Rusk & The Zydeco Hi-Steppers, respectively.
Since last year, the lake has upgraded many of its amenities ($2 million dollars’ worth) with elevated resort-style cabanas, increased beach seating and added food court plaza, expanded white sand beaches, and new bars and frozen cocktails.