• Pool Type Outdoor Leisure
  • Project Type Resorts & Hospitality
  • Project Service Design Services
  • StatusCompleted 2018
  • ArchitectProgressive Commercial Aquatics

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Club Westside

Houston, TX

Club Westside originally opened as a private tennis club hosting a variety of tennis tournaments and events. The club consisted of 46 courts in total, including 10 indoors with a capacity of 5,240 spectators.

In December 2006, club management undertook an evolution of the fundamental offerings of the club in order to expand the membership base.  Since that time, Club Westside has grown into an all-around sports and family club now offering fitness, aquatics, and a variety of sports in addition to tennis.  Aquatic amenities include a 25-meter lap pool, a resort-style family pool, a private adult pool, and the most recent addition to the expansive club: a stunning 4-acre resort style lazy river waterpark experience.  The waterpark was completed as a design/build project with aquatic design and engineering by Counsilman-Hunsaker in support of Progressive Commercial Aquatics, Inc., who constructed the pools.

The grand opening of the Club Westside waterpark was celebrated in 2018, and members now enjoy over 17,000 sq. ft. of lushly landscaped lazy river, multiple lagoon pool areas, dedicated plunge zones for the open and enclosed flume body slides, and the first installation in North America of the “High-Fly” waterslide ride providing a thrilling ride experience unlike any other waterslide.

  • 17,000 sq. ft. lazy river with four stair entries and extensive rockscape, landscape, grotto and waterfall features
  • 3,000 sq. ft. multi-level plunge pool with three waterslides and four stair entries
  • Adult lagoon area with “Swim-up Bar”, steps and underwater benches
  • Multiple bridges to main island and bird-island as well as an ADA accessible ramp/bridge element for the main island area
  • “High-Fly” waterslide ride, first of its kind in North America