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Pirates Cove Fun Zone Burleson

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Pirates Cove Fun Zone
2301 S. Burleson Blvd
Burleson
TX
76028
Tel: 817 386 8000

Directions

To get to 2301 S. Burleson Blvd in Burleson, take I-35W to exit 32 (Bethesda Road), then take the east side service road North then turn right at the entrance.

Where are we going today?

Shiver me timbers it's a pirate themed water adventure!

Kids - get those pirate swimmers ready you're off to sail the seven seas and explore new worlds!  All in the comfort of Pirate Cove of course...

Get your sea legs ready as you splash down one of the seven water slides.  You'll twist and turn your way down the slides as you imagine yourself sailing the mighty seas in rough weather, looking for that buried treasure!

Test those sea shanty skills on over 40 of the most high energy and popular interactive video and redemption games.  Hoop Fever, Dance Revolution, Tower Power....how well can you do?  The most tickets you get, the more fun prizes you can take home, so get those high scores!  It's always fun to take away something you have won yourself. 

The super fun Frog Hopper is always a favorite.  The brightly colored ride is designed for the smaller pirates, where you are vertically lifted up and "hopped" all the day down to the bottom!  Parents - you know you want to - you can join this ride too if your child is riding!

If they want to stay dry for a while, the Play Smart structure is 4 awesome stories of bouncing, sliding, climbing, and jumping to challenge themselves on and enjoy, or they can try Laser Frenzy where they literally get INSIDE the game and are transported into a futuristic glow in the dark playground!  Pretty cool!

Arrr...the treasure won't find itself!  Come on Sea Shanties let's get playing! 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$15.99 over 42" Sat and holiday weekends / $13.99 Sun - Fri
  • Children$13.99 Sat & holiday weekends / $9.99 Sun - Fri
  • Free Under: 2 years
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

Vary over the months but generally 10am - 6pm (9pm for the entertainment center)

Closed Nov and Dec

I'm Hungry!

A delicious menu fit for the best of pirates! Burgers, chicken fingers, hot dogs, and even little pirate meals with sandwiches. They also have sides and sweets if you are feeling extra peckish. .

Any Top Tips?

Dry activities charge separately..

More information

You can hold your birthday party there with all your other pirate friends! .

What people are saying?

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    Upon arriving on the morning of 8/24/14, family and children were told that we could not purchase tickets due to short staffing. They were only allowing private birthday parties that had been reserved. HOWEVER, if I had wanted to pay an extra $170 to book a private party, they miraculously had enough staff to cover that. What sense does this make in ANYONE'S universe? So for a grand total of $263 I could've had 8 people in the park, with 8 slices of pizza and $20 worth of tokens. What a joke! We went elsewhere and had a great time at only $6/person...Read More

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    Let me start off by saying that we did not go to the water park on this visit. My daughter wanted to find out what the dry zone was about first. That being said, I am giving an automatic free 2.5 stars as benefit of the doubt. The dry zone was absolutely terrible in every way imaginable except the staff (young and polite kids). You want to play video games? Go to Peter Piper Pizza. The games were WAY overpriced, and more than half of them were broken. If you wanted to play on the jungle gym thing, that was extra. A dollar for air hockey?! I'd rather...Read More

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    When I went it wasnt what I had expected at all.. It isnt really BIG so it was easy to keep track of my 5yr old & they have slides witch me being on the bigger side i didnt think id actually be able to slide down them, but I was wrong!! I had TONS of fun with my kids, my husband as well.. You can go down the slides with your children witch was awesome! The food prices and admission where fair.. For a family of 4 was 44.00 & we ordered a full pizza with 2 orders of Nachos, 1 large fry and 3 large soda's for 35.00 :) We will def be going again!!

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    Love, love, LOVE this place!!!
    Great value, very clean, and an extremely sweet, helpful staff.
    I took my four-year old for a mommy-daughter day. When we only paid a total of $24 for our admission, I expected a rinky dink park, but thought it'd still be fun. Boy was I wrong about the rinky-dink part!
    There are four big slides, and tons of things for the kids to do, including: three slides for kiddos (I went down those too!), a 4 story indoor playground, and a wide open game room.
    We went into the restaurant area for lunch, and for my daughter and...Read More

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    Its way over priced for what it is. There are a lot of life guards but none seem to ever know anything about the park. Prices are way to expensive for how small it is and you cant bring in your own food and have to buy the concession food which is cheaply made considering how much you pay to get in. I wont be back.

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by Megan Robinson

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Upon arriving on the morning of 8/24/14, family and children were told that we could not purchase tickets due to short staffing. They were only allowing private birthday parties that had been reserved. HOWEVER, if I had wanted to pay an extra $170 to book a private party, they miraculously had enough staff to cover that. What sense does this make in ANYONE'S universe? So for a grand total of $263 I could've had 8 people in the park, with 8 slices of pizza and $20 worth of tokens. What a joke! We went elsewhere and had a great time at only $6/person and got our own pizza for $7. Pirate's Cove is a non-family friendly, especially after the management service that was given to us. I highly suggest going elsewhere when looking for a water park to take the family and kids out for a fun time.

by Donald A

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Let me start off by saying that we did not go to the water park on this visit. My daughter wanted to find out what the dry zone was about first. That being said, I am giving an automatic free 2.5 stars as benefit of the doubt. The dry zone was absolutely terrible in every way imaginable except the staff (young and polite kids). You want to play video games? Go to Peter Piper Pizza. The games were WAY overpriced, and more than half of them were broken. If you wanted to play on the jungle gym thing, that was extra. A dollar for air hockey?! I'd rather go and literally throw money on the ground at Peter Piper Pizza than spend it at the dry zone. Then, maybe someone would find that money and get some enjoyment out of it, aka the opposite of the dry zone. I'm deducting half of a star from my original amount given for benefit of the doubt... I'm that mad about the situation.

by Andrew Reagan

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Love, love, LOVE this place!!!
Great value, very clean, and an extremely sweet, helpful staff.
I took my four-year old for a mommy-daughter day. When we only paid a total of $24 for our admission, I expected a rinky dink park, but thought it'd still be fun. Boy was I wrong about the rinky-dink part!
There are four big slides, and tons of things for the kids to do, including: three slides for kiddos (I went down those too!), a 4 story indoor playground, and a wide open game room.
We went into the restaurant area for lunch, and for my daughter and I both to have complete meals (including fries and drinks) we only paid $10! I was floored.
I can't get over how clean everything was, how amazing their staff is, and how much fun we had for such a low price.
I absolutely cannot wait to go back!

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