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Largest Waterpark In America Is Coming To Round Rock
America's Largest Indoor Waterpark Is Coming to Round Rock
Kalahari has already broken ground in Round Rock. This fascinating African themed indoor water park is being built across the street from the Dell Diamond baseball stadium. The stadium and the water park will connect with an overhead bridge. The bridge will be built to make access easy from the resort to the stadium and Old Settlers Park. The resort will be 223,000 square feet. Kalahari will have many thrilling water slides, a state-of-the-art convention center, world-class dining, luxurious spas, diverse shopping experiences, cutting-edge arcades, and thrilling theme parks. The resort sits on Highway 79 in Round Rock. The residents of Round Rock are excited about the dinning options that it will bring to the area. Kalahari will have over eight different restaurants to choose from: 5 Niños (home-style Tex-Mex cuisine), B-Lux Grill & Bar (handcrafted burgers and shakes), Double Cut Charcoal Grill (signature steakhouse), Great Karoo Marketplace Buffet (African-themed restaurant with favorite buffet selections), Marrakesh Market Eatery (inspired by shops, mint tea and to-go fare from Marrakesh, a major city in the Kingdom of Morocco), Mondo Sortinos, (flavors from Italy), Red Piano Lounge (hand-crafted cocktails, drinks and appetizers), The Last Bite (specializing in sweet indulgence), Waterpark Dining (a multitude of dining outlets with quick access to the waterpark).
The South African term “Ubuntu” will embody the culture and feel of the Kalahari Resort. Ubuntu means “I am what I am because of who we all are”. This massive resort hopes to bring family and friends together to create long lasting memories. The waterpark will only be available to guests of the resort. The restaurants and shops will be available for all to enjoy. The residents of Round Rock have mixed emotions about Kalahari opening its doors in 2020. Some see it as something thrilling in our back yard, others see it as a giant nuisance that will cause traffic and bring a large influx of people into our community. I personally am excited to see this beautiful resort being built and can’t wait to be a guest with my family and friends.
I was born and raised in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. I graduated from High School in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. I graduated with my Masters in Curriculum Development from Azusa Pacific University in Californ....