Bring a group for the best value on admission and food. Whether it's a bunch of your close friends, family or an entire corporation, Hawaiian Falls can accommodate groups from 10 to 5,000. Let us handle all of the details to make your event full of ultimate summer fun!
Bring your whole staff to the park. It's a great way to reward their hard work, celebrate company achievements and motivate your entire team. In addition to a day at the park together, Hawaiian Falls also offers discount ticket programs that you can offer as an employee benefit at no cost to your company.
Visit us on our educational days when we turn the park into a learning lab or just give your kids a pass to have fun. Hawaiian Falls also offers special fundraising opportunities to schools.
Nothing makes a kid's day like a visit to Hawaiian Falls. Let us usher your crew through the park's entrance with pre-paid tickets, arrange a private picnic area and ensure everyone has an unforgettable day of fun.
We'll work with you to create the perfect program of events and activities. From baptisms to concerts, we can organize your day around your requests.
Rekindle fond memories and create new ones. Whether you're bringing together 20 or 200, we have room for all your nearest and dearest. Plus we'll cater the affair from set-up to clean-up.
When it comes to group bonding, a thrilling water park slide or adventure rope challenge is guaranteed to make it memorable. And we'll set your group up with special pricing, meal vouchers and other perks.
Bring your whole tour group to Hawaiian Falls for a full day of fun. We make it easy by offering special pricing, catering packages, parking for buses and even admission for bus drivers.
By Tim Ciesco | Wednesday, May 28, 2014 | Updated 5:51 PM CDT
Hawaiian Falls Water Park in Mansfield hardly looks like a classroom, but Wednesday, it’s where hundreds of high schoolers from Mansfield and Kennedale got a hands-on lesson about the laws of physics.
“They’ve had a long year of looking at a lot of formulas and a lot of problems,” said Matt Walker, a physics teacher at Mansfield High School. “So to come out and apply that is pretty awesome.”
Walker says water parks are like giant physics labs with everything you need to test a student’s understanding of concepts like acceleration, friction and centripetal motion, so that’s just what he and the other teachers there did. Read More»