Hawaiian Falls Adventure Park, which opened last summer, will also be open and features a three-level Family Adventure Trail with 18 rope bridges; a 70-foot high, 1,000-foot long Zip Line Canopy Tour; three-level Challenge Course with 45 different activities; six-story Free Fall; 45-foot Climbing Wall; and 45-foot Cargo Net Climb. Adventure Park attractions will be available for $29.99 Big Kahuna Day Passes (guests 48 inches and taller) and $22.99 for children 42 - 47 inches tall, senior citizens and active duty military personnel. Children under 42 inches can participate on the Family Adventure Trail for $5 per child. All Big Kahuna Day Pass admissions receive 10 festival tickets.
“The Fall Festival allows us to offer fun for the whole family while introducing the idea that healthy activity is achievable and fun for families that might not consider themselves adventurous,” said Bush. We hope they’ll see how much fun people are having and decide to try a low impact activity. Almost anyone can have fun on the Family Adventure Trail.”
Hawaiian Falls will also preview the Aloha Event Center, which is scheduled to open later in October. The event center will feature a Family Arcade, Birthday Rooms, an Ice Cream Shoppe and a 4,000 square foot Ballroom (divisible by two) with full-service catering for groups ranging from 250 persons in a classroom setting; 275 for a seated dinner; 300 theatre-style; or 400 for receptions. Hawaiian Falls Adventure Park also offers a team building program for businesses and corporations, school districts, churches and other organizations looking to have fun together while improving communications, instilling trust among team members, learning problem-solving skills, and improving overall effectiveness and productivity.
Hawaiian Falls Pflugerville Adventure Park and Aloha Event Center are located just south of the FM685 & SH 130 intersection, accessible from the SH 130 southbound service road, across from the Stone Hill Town Center shopping center. Celebrating more than a decade of bringing families closer together, Hawaiian Falls operates water parks in Garland, The Colony, Mansfield, Roanoke and Waco. The Pflugerville park is Texas’ first Adventure Park – Water Park combination. A similar Water Park - Adventure Park recently opened in White Settlement (northwest of Fort Worth.) More information is available at hfalls.com or facebook.com/hfalls.