The Colony

Rides and Attractions

Breaker Bay

Experience our Wave Pool designed especially for families with young children, boasting a pattern of gentle waves perfect for body surfing, inner tubing, swimming, or just to cool off. This is a great area for relaxing in the sun.


Children under 12 must be supervised by an adult.

THE FLYIN’ HAWAIIAN

A daring, twisting speed slide from a 65-foot high tower. Cowabunga!


Height Requirement: Must be at least 48 inches tall.

Tiki Tower

Twist and turn all the way down!


Height Requirement: Must be at least 48 inches tall.

Hawaiian Halfpipe

A two-person over-the-edge inner-tube ride that propels riders straight up then backwards over a 40 foot drop. You have to see it to believe it!


Double Riders only. Height Requirement: Must be at least 48 inches tall.

The Torpedo

Thrill seekers beware! The launch is sudden. The acceleration is intense. The landing is explosive! Become a human torpedo!


Big Kahuna approved. Must be 48” or taller. Weight limit: 250lbs.

Keiki Cove

This massive interactive water rain-fortress has pulleys, rope ladders, water buckets, geysers, three 40-foot slides and a 1,000 gallon dumping bucket.


For children ages 12 and younger. Height Requirement: Must be at least 36 inches tall for slides.

Kona Kooler

A relaxing continuous river perfect for cooling off in the summer heat.


Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

The Pipeline

Three twisting, turning, inner-tube slides for one or two riders from a 45-foot high tower. Take your pick between an enclosed, open or half-and-half adventure.


Height Requirement: Must be at least 42 inches tall.

Water Walkway

Keep your feet cool while walking through the park with our refreshing water walkway.

The Waikiki Wipeout

A 65-foot high free fall body slide that takes riders through a tunnel and over the edge. Watch out below!


Height Requirement: Must be at least 48” tall.

 

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The shaka sign, is a hand gesture associated with Hawaii and surf culture of the 1960s. The shaka sign is used by Hawaiians to convey the "Aloha Spirit", a concept of friendship, to express "howzit?", "thanks", "hang loose" and "all right!"

The Shaka Meter

The Hawaiian Falls Shaka Meter rates the park water slides and attractions from 1 to 5.
One, being easy and calm to a five meaning intense or thrilling.

 

All rides are subject to be closed due to weather, maintenance requirements, or other circumstances and are subject to availability, as well as height, weight, and safety restrictions. For an accurate measurement of your child, please ask an ambassador at the front gate upon arrival.