Hosts Spring Break Event March 12-28
The public can spend spring break at the state’s largest Crystal Lagoons® amenity March 12-28 during Spring Break at Lago Mar.
The 12-acre lagoon, 3240 Lago Mar Blvd. in Texas City, will be open 10:00am to sunset Tuesdays through Sundays. In addition to enjoying the lagoon’s white-sand beaches and turquoise waters, guests will be able to play on an inflatable obstacle course, try their hand at water jousting and fly into the water off of a catapult swing. Kayaks and stand-up paddleboards also will be available for rent.
“Spring Break at Lago Mar offers all of the fun people want during their break from school and work,” said Uri Man, Chief Executive Officer of The Lagoon Development Company. “You can be as active or relaxed as you want — swim, kayak or simply lounge on the beach with a cocktail in hand.”
Resort-style cabanas can be reserved and the Oasis Pool also will be open to the public. The game lawn will include corn hole, spike ball, volleyball, giant Jenga, Spider Pong, Banzai Ball and a slip and slide. Food trucks and a full bar will be on-site.
A variety of fitness classes will be offered as part of admission, as will trivia contests, daily DJ entertainment and other engaging activities. An artisan market will be onsite each Sunday, March 14, 21 and 28. The growing list of activities will be updated online at www.lagoonhouston.com.
Lago Mar residents get in free. General public tickets for Spring Break at Lago Mar start at $15 for children under age 13 and $20 for those ages 13 and older. Children age 2 and under get in for free.
“As part of our pandemic precautions, we will be limiting capacity,” Man said. “We sold out every day last summer, so we highly recommend people purchase their tickets in advance for Spring Break at Lago Mar as there might not be any available at the door.”
Tickets prices are subject to change. Advance tickets can be purchased at www.lagoonhouston.com. Tickets purchased at the box office on-site day of entry will be sold at the highest price levels.
COVID-19 guidelines will be enforced, including no cash transactions, frequent cleaning and enhanced sanitation of high-traffic areas and the requirement of masks for entry, exit and in all common areas.