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Hawaiian Falls branches out with new family-friendly adventure park near Fort Worth

Hawaiian Falls branches out with new adventure park near Fort Worth

Hawaiian Falls Adventure Park
The new Hawaiian Falls Adventure Park in White Settlement features a two-level adventure trail, climbing wall and free fall, among other activities. Photo by David Alvey
Hawaiian Falls Adventure Park
The adventure park also includes a three-level Challenge Course with 45 different ropes activities. Photo by David Alvey
Hawaiian Falls Adventure Park
Hawaiian Falls Adventure Park

Hawaiian Falls has been in the water park business for more than 10 years, but in a bid to become more than a summertime entertainment destination, it will debut its first Dallas-Fort Worth area year-round Adventure Park at the previously existing water park in White Settlement.

The park, which officially opens on Tuesday, October 14, features multiple activities for sporty families:

  • Two-level adventure trail with nine rope bridges connected to five towers
  • 70-foot high, 1,000-foot-long zip line course
  • Three-level Challenge Course with 45 different ropes activities
  • 6-story free fall
  • 30-foot climbing wall
  • 30-foot cargo net climb

Although most of the activities require kids to be at least 48 inches tall and weigh 60 pounds, younger children will be able to participate in the adventure trail so long as they're accompanied by an adult.

To piggyback on the adventure park being open during cooler weather, Hawaiian Falls White Settlement is holding a fall festival through November 23, as well as a Christmas festival during the holiday season. Both festivals will feature seasonal family activities, along with other special surprises.

The Hawaiian Falls Adventure Park in White Settlement is the second such park the chain has opened; the first park opened in August 2014 in Pflugerville, near Austin. The park will also open the new Aloha Event Center on October 14, featuring an arcade, birthday rooms, ice cream shop and meeting facilities.

An Adventure Park Day Pass runs $24.99 for anyone 48 inches and taller and $17.99 for children 42-47 inches tall, senior citizens and active duty military personnel. Kids shorter than 42 inches can do the adventure trail for $5 each.