Adventure Park opens with Challenge Course and Family Adventure Trail.
Hawaiian Falls Pflugerville Water Park & Adventure Park will host a
media day for members of the press to explore and experience the new
adventure park, which is now open to the public.
In addition to the water park that opened in early June, the 23-acre
year-round entertainment venue now also features an elaborate adventure
park for ages 6 to 99 with a three-level Challenge Course consisting of 45
different ropes activities starting at 2 feet off the ground and
progressing to 60 feet high, and a Family Adventure Trail with 18
different rope bridges for families to play together on.
9:00 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014
Hawaiian Falls Pflugerville
18500 N SH 130 Svrd SB, Pflugerville, TX 78660
The entrance is just south of FM685 & SH 130 intersection, accessible from
SH 130 southbound service road, across from the Stone Hill Town Center
Park opens at 10:00 a.m. to season pass holders and 10:30 a.m. to the public.
Visuals and Interviews: Various photo and video opportunities will be
available, and interview opportunities with Hawaiian Falls CEO David Busch
and Regional Director & General Manager Evan Barnett.
Fun Facts: The year-round adventure park features a Challenge Course with
three levels of “Challenge by Choice” activities:
- Level 1 is 20-to-24 inches off the ground, and is family-friendly and
age appropriate for ages 6 – 99.
- Level 2 is 15 feet off the ground and an estimated 75-80 percent of
guests will feel comfortable on this level.
- Level 3 is 28 feet off of the ground and approximately 60-70 percent of
participants will feel comfortable on this most challenging level.
The Challenge Course allows participants to walk around the entire
perimeter before getting on the course. A separate barrier around the
course allows parents or spectators to watch family and friends on the
course and experience the activity with them.
About the Water Park:
Hawaiian Falls Pflugerville Water Park features a football field-sized
wavepool, a 10,000 square-foot children’s activity pool with zero depth
entry, a 1,000-foot-long river, and multi-slide towers featuring speed
slides, tube slides, body slides and a six-lane mat racer slide with timed
About the Aloha Event Center:
The Aloha Conference Center, opening later this summer, will accommodate
up to 200 people for dining or up to 400 people theater-style for
meetings, conferences and team building events year-round. Full-service
catering will also be available.
About Hawaiian Falls:
Celebrating more than a decade of bringing families closer together,
Hawaiian Falls operates parks in Garland, The Colony, Mansfield, Roanoke,
Waco, Pflugerville and White Settlement.