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Rides and Attractions

Breaker Bay

Central Texas' First Wave Pool! Experience Breaker Bay, 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 6 should be supervised by an adult.

The Rush

Tempest Tower's The Rush promises to satisfy all your senses as you slide down in total darkness! You will be stunned and amazed by the laser lightshow and water misters. Not for the faint of heart.


Height Requirement: Must be at least 42 inches tall.

Keiki Cove

This interactive water rain-fortress is filled with a slide, tunnel whirl pool, and a lazy river for our Little Kahunas.


For children ages 12 or younger. Must be at least 36 inches tall for slides. Maximum height is 48 inches tall for slides.

Kona Kooler

Chill out in the Kona Kooler as you float through the trees of the Brazos River Valley.


Children under 6 should be supervised by an adult.

Monsoon and Typhoon

Tempest Tower's Monsoon and Typhoon are two 65-foot high free fall body slides that take riders through and over the edge. Watch out below!


Must be at least 48 inches tall.

Pineapple Express

A high-speed mat racer that sends riders through enclosed AquaTubes that serpentine alongside each other, transitioning into the traditional side-by-side multi-lane configuration.


Must be at least 42 inches tall.

Tiki Tower Slides

A swirling, twirling slide full of excitement! Located at Keiki Kove.


Must be at least 48 inches tall.

Tempest Tower

Ride the storm! This four attraction complex includes two speed body slides and two tube slides.


Must be at least 42 inches tall.

Tsunami

TEMPEST TOWER'S Tsunami is a daring, twisting two person tube slide that curls around like a coiled snake before lauching riders to the finish. Cowabunga!


Height Requirement: Must be at least 42 inches tall.

Waikiki Waterworks

A great place for moms and smaller kids to get your splash on - lots of shade, spray and water features.


Children under 6 should be supervised by an adult.

 

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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.