Hawaiian Falls Annual Ice Dump {and a Giveaway}

If you’ve yet to check out Hawaiian Falls, the newest water park in Central Texas, be sure to make a point to go this summer. Located in Pflugerville, mere minutes from Austin,  Hawaiian Falls has an exciting Adventure Park, Water Park and Event Center all in one location, where kids and adults of all ages will be entertained.

The Adventure Park features over 1500 feet of zip line, a Rope Course with 3 levels of fun. Adventurers start at 2-feet above the ground at “The Training Academy” and work up to the seasoned level at 26-feet high.  The reward up top is a mini-zip line – 400-feet long starting at 60’ and flying down to 12’. Each level of the ropes course offers “Challenge By Choice” activities that will entertain all ages and levels of courage.Those looking for even more fun & adventure will enjoy the 36’ climbing wall and 30′ Cargo Net.  For those adrenaline junkies – a drop 60’ from the sky at the Extreme Free Fall should make you happy!


The Family Adventure Trail is also a new favorite where kids of all ages will enjoy climbing over and under 18 bridges surrounded in rope nets.

Tip: All adventure park attendees must have proper attire. Dry shirt with sleeves, shorts or pants, closed toe/closed heeled shoes are required! Sorry, wet attire is not allowed.

Feel like cooling down? Don your bathing attire and jump into the wave pool, lazy river or ride one of the thrilling slides!


The Waterslide Mega Complex at Hawaiian Falls Water Park in Pflugerville offers an endless splash of thrills for families of all sizes. As the Big Kahunas head off to the six story free-fall at Sky Pfall or the 54-inch tube slide at Diamond Head Drop, the Lil’ Kahunas and parents can stay cool and relax in the Pfluger Kooler River. Kahunas of all ages can grab a free tube or body surf the three-foot rolling waves in our Breaker Beach Wave Pool, which is the centerpiece of this brand-new water park in Texas. For a true water park enthusiast, you won’t want to miss the surprises at the enclosed tube slide of The Rush or climb the four-story tower and try all three slides of the Maui Wowee Body Slide Complex.

Cabana rentals are available!

Daily admission rates and season passes are available for sale. Hours: Daily from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
AdvertisementTip: If you can spring the extra money to rent a cabana for the day, I highly recommend it. Perhaps pick a day that friends can go along with you to share the cost. Not only does it offer shade and privacy, a server is assigned to your cabana and will happily bring you drinks and food. Just be sure to save a little money for a tip since the servers are hard at work in the Texas sun!



It’s heating up in Central Texas so it’s time for Hawaiian Falls annual ice dump! Hundreds of excited kids will eagerly anticipate more than 2,000 pounds (one ton) of cold, refreshing ice being dumped into the wavepool on Wednesday, July 22.

Hawaiian Falls Pflugerville, 18500 N. SH 130 Svrd SB, Pflugerville

*The entrance is just south of FM685 & SH 130 intersection, accessible from SH130 southbound service road, across from the Stone Hill Town Center shopping center.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at 2 p.m.

More info: www.hfalls.com

Giveaway: We have a family four pack of general admission tickets to give away to one lucky reader! What do you have to do to win? Leave a comment or complete the form below by 9:00 a.m. CST on Friday, July 24, 2015. The winner will be contacted via email and given 24 hours to respond. If no response is received, a new winner will be chosen. Approximate ticket value is $140. The giveaway holds no cash value. No purchase necessary.

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