Where is Hawaiian Falls?
Please visit each individual park page for details on location.
Is there a parking fee?
Parking is free at all DFW metroplex and Waco Hawaiian Falls locations and VIP Parking may be available for a nominal fee.
When is Hawaiian Falls Open?
For updated operating days and hours, please visit hfalls.com/hours-directions.php
Does Hawaiian Falls have a Weather/Rain Policy?
We do not offer refunds for inclement weather. However, if the park closes for 30 minutes or longer due to weather, guests already in the park with a daily admission receipt for the day who leave due to weather can receive a complimentary ticket at the front gate to come back another day. Proof of daily admission purchase (receipt) must be presented at the front gate on the same day to be eligible for a complimentary ticket.
I lost an item at Hawaiian Falls. Is there a Lost and Found?
Each waterpark has a Lost and Found department located at the Front Gate. If you have discovered you may be missing something after your visit, please contact the appropriate waterpark. Do to the high volume, lost item reports are only kept active for seven days. Hawaiian Falls Waterparks is not responsible for lost, missing or stolen personal property. To better assist you, please have the following information before contacting Hawaiian Falls: A detailed description of the item (e.g. brand, color, unique features); Date and location of the missing item; for lost cell phones, please provide the serial number, make, model and carrier; Your contact information; and please tell us if you have completed a lost item report before leaving the waterpark.
Do I have to register my e-mail with Hawaiian Falls' online store?
Yes, please register your e-mail in order to complete any online season pass orders. We do not require a registered email for daily admission purchases.
What are Hawaiian Falls' online payment options?
Hawaiian Falls accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and AMEX for online orders. Season Pass orders must be paid in full. We are not currently offering payment plans at this time. For your protection, we also check the security panel and expiration of your card. We do not store your credit card number after the transaction is complete.
When will I receive my Season Pass, coupons, perks and/or online tickets?
Season passes purchased online can be picked up at the park. Simply present your order confirmation at your selected park to process your passes. You can manage your account online by following the links at the bottom of this page.
Season cooler, lockers and Sharkey's Meal Plans can be picked up at the park with your paper e-ticket that was emailed to you after purchasing. Daily admission tickets purchased online, will be mailed to the email address given at the time of purchase.
Season Pass photo identification is required on all passes. You can get your photo taken at the park on your first visit. Season pass photos must be taken by June 15th.
How do I print or re-print Hawaiian Falls tickets or season passes?
You can log in to the Membership Portal to access your digital season passes, update guest information or access payment history. Daily admission tickets are available for printing, until the barcode is actually scanned at the park for entrance. Individual barcodes on tickets are only valid for one scan.
What do I need to know about a Hawaiian Falls Paper e-ticket?
Printing your paper e-ticket for daily admission tickets and presenting it at the front gate is the fastest way to enter the park during the summer season! No need to wait in line to purchase tickets. Go straight to the gate for entrance at 10:30 or later! Save time and buy online!
How much is admission?
Please visit our Daily Admission page for more information. Children 2 and under are free.
What is included with a Season Pass?
A limited number of Season Passes are available at special prices. Season Passes are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Hawaiian Falls My Island Season Passes are valid for unlimited visits to your selected island during regular operating dates and times. Season Passholder perks include early entry into the park (30 minutes prior to opening) for first choice of shade and seating and more!
Additional specials are offered throughout the season to our Big Island Club Members through e-mail broadcasts. Big Island Club membership is free. Season Passes are not valid for pre- or post-season events, private events or exclusive engagements. Find out more about season passes at the Hawaiian Falls online store.
Sorry, no refunds - tickets and season passes are valid all summer long during regular operating hours. All ticket and season passholders grant permission to Hawaiian Falls to use his or her photo and video images taken at the park to be used for advertising purposes without payment to the holder.
Does Hawaiian Falls have corporate or group rates?
Special rates for groups are available. Depending on the size of your group, you may save from 10% to 20% on the regular rate. For details and ticket ordering information, see our Group Outings page.
May I leave and re-enter the park without a charge?
You may exit the park and reenter throughout the day as long as you have the proper hand stamp or re-entry wristband which may be obtained at the exit of the park and will be provided upon request by a Hawaiian Falls Ambassador (employee).
Is there a refund policy?
Hawaiian Falls has a No Refund policy. Day Tickets and Season Passes are valid all season long and can be used any regular operating day.
I am not going to swim. Do you have a spectator rate?
Hawaiian Falls is a participatory park and therefore, we do not offer a discount for those who choose not to swim.
Do you provide first aid at Hawaiian Falls?
All of Hawaiian Falls water safety employees are trained in CPR. We also have EMT’s on staff and on site at the park. The park has a First-Aid station for our guest's comfort and convenience.
May I bring my own floats?
No outside floating devices are permitted as they might create a visual hazard for our lifeguards. However, infant floats with seating attached are permitted. Hawaiian Falls only allows coast guard approved life jackets. We do provide inner-tubes free of charge on a first come, first serve basis as well as infant through adult life jackets.
Does Hawaiian Falls provide life jackets?
Life jackets are provided free of charge on a first come, first serve basis. Sizes are available from infants through adults. Guests are welcome to bring their own life jackets as long as they are stamped with Coast Guard Approval.
Does Hawaiian Falls have day lockers?
Enjoy unlimited quick access and never worry about your belongings when you're having fun at Hawaiian Falls with the all new self-pay, keyless, electronic lockers available at a one stop rental center kiosk. No deposit required. Please visit your specific park page for details on pricing.
Does Hawaiian Falls have a picnic area? May I bring a personal ice cooler?
Food and beverages can be brought into the park for a nominal fee. All coolers, containers or bags of any size containing food or drinks will be assessed a $20 fee and are subject to search by our staff.
We suggest sandwich fixings, small snacks, and drinks. No alcohol, no glass, no sharp knives and no large prepared meals or fast food from restaurants. You are welcome to leave your coolers in your vehicle. Be sure to get your hand stamped or a re-entry wristband when exiting to ensure an easy re-entry.
Exception: Factory sealed plain water bottles will be allowed at no charge.No glass, alcohol or sharp knives permitted. No cooked, prepared, catered or fast food please.
Are there height requirements for rides?
Different rides have different height requirements. Please check with the Front Gate for a measurement.
What may I wear at Hawaiian Falls?
Hawaiian Falls is a family waterpark. Appropriate, conservative swimwear only please. Swim wear is defined as an article of clothing, such as a swimsuit, that has been designed to be used in a pool environment. Swim wear should be lined and may not be transparent at any time. Revealing swim wear, thong or t-back swim wear bottoms will not be permitted. Cut off jeans, denim clothing, hard metal objects, and shoes cannot be worn on the body contact slides. If a shirt must be worn on the slides, only tucked-in or form-fitting cotton, spandex, lycra or rash guard shirts may be worn. No undergarments may be visible at any time. No profanity/vulgar images or language allowed. We do highly recommend wearing shoes/sandals/flip flops when traveling around the park to avoid burns from hot sidewalks.
Is smoking allowed at Hawaiian Falls?
Hawaiian Falls is a smoke free environment. We do not allow cigarettes, cigars or electronic cigarettes inside the park. A smoking area is available outside each water park.
Is the water safe for my family?
Hawaiian Falls water is clean and safe. All five waterparks meet or exceed local, state and Federal requirements for water treatment and monitoring on an ongoing basis. We test our water hourly to ensure proper pH and chlorine levels. Each park employs a continuous filtration system along with additives such as Pulsar - SeaKlear PRS which are designed to remove minute particles from the pool systems.
Visitor likeness may be used for promotional purposes.
All ticket holders and season pass holders grant permission to Hawaiian Falls to use his or her photo and video images taken at the park to be used for advertising purposes without payment to the holder.
Are there any COVID-19 precautions or restrictions at the parks?
With COVID-19 vaccines readily available, we continue to evolve our operations with the support of state and local officials, and we will continue to make adjustments as more people become vaccinated. As a precaution we will continue with enhanced cleaning and sanitization protocols. If anyone is showing symptoms of COVID-19, we ask that they not attend the parks.
Are masks required?
Per state and local guidance, we are not requiring masks to be worn. We encourage all guests and staff to be vaccinated and take any precaution necessary to protect themselves. Additionally, the CDC advises not to wear masks while in the water. A wet mask will make it difficult to breath and likely will not work correctly. If anyone is showing symptoms of COVID-19, we ask that they not attend the parks.
Exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any public location and we cannot guarantee you will not be exposed during your visit.
Guests should evaluate their own risk in determining whether to attend. By coming to the park, you acknowledge and agree that you assume these inherent risks associated with attendance.