Hawaiian Falls Offers Free Tickets To Heroes

Hawaiian Falls will honor active duty military members, veterans and first responders withHeroes Week, July 5 – 10, 2015, at all seven Texas water parks and adventure parks. The Heroes, including military, firefighters, police and emergency medical personnel will be admitted free Sunday through Friday, July 5 – 10, with a valid ID card and a coupon, which can downloaded at www.hfalls.com/special-offers. The heroes’ family members can purchase discounted tickets for $19.99 each (regularly $26.99) at the front gate of any of the seven parks. Read More»

Texas Staycation Fun in the Sun

Courtney Solstad – My Crazy Savings

If you live in Texas, then you will want to road trip this summer to Pflugerville! It’s just North of Austin…so you you can head into town and explore Austin in the evening. During the day, you will want to park it at Hawaiian Falls.

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The Pflugerville Hawaiian Falls location is perfect for some fun in the sun! Not only can you enjoy the awesome slides, lazy river and wave pool, but you can also make some great memories on the ropes course and ziplines! Read More»

Hawaiian Falls hosts Champions Day for special needs families

North Texas e-News
By David Alvey
Jun 26, 2015
Hawaiian Falls hosts Champions Day for special needs familiesHawaiian Falls hosted Champions Day June 20 at all of its seven Texas water parks to bless families of individuals with special needs. The “Champions” (special needs children and adults) got in free with one family member or caregiver accompanying them for only $5 while additional immediate family members were offered discounted tickets. More importantly, the Champions and their families had special access to the parks before they opened to the public.
“Several guests told us it was their child’s first visit to a waterpark,” said Clint Hill, regional director of the five North Texas parks. “People with sensory issues can have a hard time processing all the stimulus of a waterpark on a normal day. So we turn our music way down during this special time, and we ask our staff to be more patient and a lot more lenient with their whistles to accommodate their special needs. We also bring in more staff so the ratio per guest is more favorable.”Hawaiian Falls hosts Champions Day for special needs familiesHawaiian Falls will host Champions Day again Tuesday, August 4. The Champions will once be admitted free. One accompanying family member or caregiver per Champion will have the opportunity to purchase a discounted ticket for $5 (regular admission $26.99) with a Champions Day coupon available at http://hfalls.com/championsday . Additional immediate family members can purchase discounted tickets for $19.99 each. The Champions and their families will once again have exclusive use of the park from 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. The parks will open to the public 10:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Season pass holders always get in 30 minutes before the public. The Champions and caregivers can stay all day or leave whenever they choose.

“More than one guest told me they wouldn’t be able to come without this offer,” explained Hill. “Whether they stay an hour or end up spending all day can depend on a lot of unpredictable factors. We’ve held Champions Days for several years now but it still brings tears of joy to our eyes to see how much enjoyment the families get out of these special times. It truly exemplifies our core mission of bringing families closer together.”

These 15 Waterparks In Texas Are Going To Make Your Summer AWESOME

Article by Only In Your State

4) Hawaiian Falls Waterparks

With temperatures already in the lower to mid 90s across Texas, there’s no question that a lot of us have some sort of water activity on the brain. Luckily in this amazing place we call home, we don’t have to go very far to find a place to splash around and get some much-needed relief from the blazing sun. Here are some of what we consider to be the best waterparks in the state of Texas – hope you’re ready to dive in!

With seven locations scattered across South, Central, and North Texas, there’s plenty of opportunities to beat the heat!

Hawaiian Falls Heroes Week begins July 5

Blue Ribbon News

(June 30, 2015) Hawaiian Falls Waterparks will honor active duty military members, veterans and first responders with Heroes Week July 5 – 10 at all seven Texas water parks and adventure parks. The Heroes, including military, firefighters, police and emergency medical personnel will be admitted free Sunday thru Friday, July 5 – 10 with a valid ID card and a coupon downloaded atwww.hfalls.com/special-offers . The heroes’ family members can purchase discounted tickets for $19.99 each (regularly $26.99) at the front gate of any of the seven parks. Read More»

Water and Adventure Park Youth Group Trips

As a company dedicated to operating in accordance with Christian principles, Hawaiian Falls is committed to making our family-friendly water parks and adventure parks appealing to church groups and youth organizations. Recognizing the challenges that children, teenagers and young adults face today, we are proud and pleased to provide a place where young people can experience true fellowships while having fun. If you’re searching for a venue for a church or youth group outing, any one of our seven water and adventure parks in Texas makes an ideal destination.

Hawaiian Falls Field Trip PicFellowship and Fun at Hawaiian Falls

Youth group trips to our Hawaiian Falls parks offer young people opportunities to experience fellowship that will help them develop mature and meaningful relationships. The rides, attractions, activities and facilities at our water parks and adventure parks in Texas are designed to give families, youth groups and church groups the chance to share experiences and build memories that they’ll treasure for years to come. From gift shops and storage lockers to full-service restaurants and shaded picnic areas, our parks are equipped with every amenity to make enjoying a day at the park comfortable and easy.

Youth Group Packages and Services

Hawaiian Falls_ropes-challenge-course-02Hawaiian Falls offers special savings and extra perks when you bring your youth group to one of our parks in Texas. From customized catering to ticket distribution and scheduling, we’ll work with your youth coordinators to ensure that your trip to the park goes off without a hitch. We can help you select a central meeting point where everyone can assemble for head counts, meals or events, and we can assist you with details like assigning storage lockers and arranging private eating areas as well. Whether you need a little help or full service from entrance to exit, we’re here to ensure that your time as our guests is enjoyable.

Hawaiian Falls Core Values

Our mission at Hawaiian Falls is to serve the Lord in humility and gratitude by bringing people closer together in a safe, clean and fun-filled environment. Designed with family fun in mind, our water parks and adventure parks are staffed with employees who view Hawaiian Falls_family-adventure-trailcustomer service as priority one. Each member on our Hawaiian Falls team is responsible for park cleanliness and is dedicated to ensuring that your experience is safe and enjoyable. Whether catering to families, church group trips or youth group outings, we strive to serve the community by being humble, grateful and thoughtful in everything that we say and do.

With our special group pricing, catering packages and dedicated parking areas, Hawaiian Falls water parks and adventure parks offer youth groups a practical as well as a fun-filled way to enjoy each other’s fellowship in a clean and safe environment. The experience that young people share in our family-friendly parks will deepen their relationships and provide them with long-lasting memories of time shared together.

Holiday Events at Hawaiian Falls Pflugerville

From http://www.weidknecht.com

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Hawaiian Falls Pflugerville and Aloha Event Center!

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Hawaiian Falls Pflugerville and Aloha Event Center!

Friday Dec. 5

The Daddy/Daughter Dance will be 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 for Dad and $5 for daughters, including an evening of games and dancing with a dessert table and a visit from Santa. Reservations can be made at https://pflugerville.hfalls.com/daddydaughter-holiday-dance .
Saturday Dec. 6 and Dec. 13

Breakfast with Santa will be 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Tickets are $15 per person, including a brunch menu, story time, decorating Christmas cookies and a visit with Santa. Guests are invited to bring their cameras to capture the special moments. Reservations can be made at http://pflugerville.hfalls.com/breakfast-with-Santa .

Guests can visit Santa for FREE, and take their own photos at no charge: 6 – 8 p.m. Fridays 12/5 – 12/19; 2 – 4 p.m. Saturdays 11/29 – 12/20; and 2 – 4 p.m. Sundays 11/30 – 12/21/14 at Aloha Event Center.

Hawaiian Falls is having a Black Friday special 11/24 – 12/1/14 on 2015 water park season passes which will include: FREE Season Drink Pass, a FREE Adventure Park Day Pass and exclusive Hawaiian Falls Season Pass Holder key chain plus over $200 in Season Pass Perks. 2015 water park season passes offer unlimited water park visits + FREE Adventure Park access Memorial Day weekend – Labor Day + unlimited access to all seven Hawaiian Falls parks, plus early entry at 10 am, 20% off food discounts every day, 25% off cabana reservations, 25% off birthday party reservations.

Hawaiian Falls White Settlement to host Breakfast with Santa

Hawaiian Falls White Settlement to host Breakfast with Santa

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Hawaiian Falls White Settlement and Aloha Event Center. The family entertainment complex is hosting two opportunities for families to enjoy Breakfast with Santa: 11 a.m – 1 p.m. Saturday December 6 and December 13.
Tickets for Breakfast with Santa are $15 per person, including a brunch menu, story time, decorating Christmas cookies and a visit with Santa. Guests are invited to bring their cameras to capture the special moments. Reservations can be made at www.falls.com.

Guests can visit Santa free, and take their own photos at no charge, 6 – 8 p.m. Fridays 12/5 – 12/19; 2 – 4 p.m. Saturdays 11/29 – 12/20; and 2 – 4 p.m. Sundays 11/30 – 12/21/14 at Aloha Event Center. Read more»

Construction largely done at Hawaiian Falls

Site ’97 percent’ complete with event center opening.

By Marcial Guajardo

Austin Community Newspapers Staff

Construction largely done at Hawaiian Falls

Marcial Guajardo/Pflag

The final major aspect of Pflugerville’s theme park opened last week, four months after Hawaiian Falls began operations at the intersection of Highway 130 and FM 685.

The “crown jewel” of the theme park chain, Hawaiian Falls Pflugerville on Oct. 22 opened its Aloha Event Center, which joins the water and Adventure parks at the location. The water park closes for the fall and winter months, but visitors will be able to access the event center and Adventure Park – which features zip lines and ropes courses – year-round.

“Our Pflugerville location is the ‘crown jewel’ of all of our parks,” Hawaiian Falls CEO David Busch said in a written statement. “Our new event center-Adventure Park-water park combination has generated a lot of excitement. People naturally bond when they are having fun and the adventure park and event center enables us to provide a venue for family fun year-round.”

The event center features a 4,000-square-foot ballroom, an arcade, party rooms, a restaurant and ice cream shop. The ballroom includes room for up to 400 people, and can be divided up for smaller gatherings. Read more»

JESUS BLOGGER DAY 23 – MONETIZING YOUR BLOG TO THE GLORY OF GOD

This past week, all Austin Bloggers got an invite to attend a luncheon for Hawaiian Falls Waterpark. It said free food. So, I said “sign me and my family of 8 up (oh, and btw way my step-dad wants to come too)”.

Hawaiian Falls rep. Amy Stansbury emailed me back and said:

“Bring them all! Families are what Hawaiian Falls is all about!”

Little did I know, she was serious. Read More»