The El Paso Parks and Rec are now gearing up for the opening of the city's water parks later this year. Learn more about the four parks and when they will be opening. The El Paso Parks and Rec are finishing up the city's new water parks at four locations throughout the Sun City and they will be open for business in May 2020. The city has now released artist renderings of what the parks will look like when they're completed, as well as details of what attractions each of the four waterparks will have.

Here are the four new waterparks opening in May:

Camp Cohen- located in Northeast El Paso, and includes a lap pool, kiddie pool, leisure pool, slides, a kids water playground, current channel, climbing wall, cabanas, an event space and concession stands. Check out the map of the waterpark here.

Chapoteo- located in the east-central area of El Paso, and includes a leisure pool, lap pool, kiddie pool, slides, current channel, climbing wall, kids water playground, cabanas, event space, and concessions. Check out the map of the waterpark here.

Lost Kingdom- located in central El Paso, and includes a leisure pool, lap pool, kiddie pool, slides, current channel, climbing wall, kids water playground, cabanas, event space, and concessions. Check out the map of the waterpark here.

Oasis- located at Eastside Region Park, and includes a wave rider, a leisure pool, lap pool, kiddie pool, slides, current channel, climbing wall, kids water playground, cabanas, event space, and concessions. Check out the map of the waterpark here.

Some of the perks of the waterparks include heated pools, sound systems, capacity for over 500 people, on-site parking, and catering available. To learn more about the new City of El Paso water parks, please visit the El Paso Parks and Recreation Facebook Page.