The best way to tolerate a Texas summer is at a water park. Soon, it'll also be the only way to pass a Texas winter.

The Dallas Observer reports that the indoor Epic Waters park is scheduled to open in mid-November.

The park will be 80,000 square feet and feature a retractable roof to save the sliders from the harsh elements. And thanks to climate controls, it will be open all year for your tubin', slidin', relaxin' enjoyment.

The park will have nine huge water slides around an 85-foot pedestiran tower that will be tall enough to give the riders a view of downtown Dallas.

The most intense slide, the one that will distract you from the view of Downtown Dallas, is the Lassoloop. Riders will be flushed down from a trap-door drop and flung around a massive "acua-loop", which will be the tallest of its kind in the U.S. I'm guessing its the big yellow slide in the picture.

According to the video above, there will also be indoor rec rooms, including basketball courts.