Is Hawaiian Falls Still Open?

FAQs Jackson Bowman July 28, 2022

This resulted in the City of Dallas and Hawaiian Falls agreeing to allow the city’s 11-year contract to be terminated. Today the park is still open and operates under its original name Bahama Beach.

Which is the best Hawaiian Falls Water Park?

How many locations does Hawaiian Falls have?

With five locations, season passes and multiple ticket options, Hawaiian Falls is the perfect place to spend a great summer with the family!

Where is Hawaii Falls located?

Location. Hawaiian Falls – The Colony is 1/2 mile north of the intersection of Highway 121 and Plano Parkway.

Can you bring alcohol to Hawaiian Falls?

To maintain our family-friendly environment, the use of cigarettes, chewing tobacco, electronic cigarettes (e-cigs), alcoholic beverages, lighters, and illegal substances is prohibited within Hawaiian Falls.

How deep is wave pool at Hawaiian Falls?

Opened in 2010, Breaker Bay is a family wave pool that extends to a depth of 4 feet. Opened in 2004. The Flyin’ Hawaiian is a yellow 20m single rider closed loop body slide.

What type of business is Hawaiian Falls?

Hawaiian Falls operates five water parks in north and central Texas with locations in Garland, The Colony, Mansfield, Roanoke and Waco. The company is passionate about serving guests and providing safe, clean fun in a family-friendly environment.

Can you swim in Maui waterfalls?

If you want to swim Maui’s falls, the Seven Sacred Pools, Upper Puohokamoa Falls and Waikamoi Stream are the best options.

Can you swim in Oahu waterfalls?

Oahu doesn’t have many waterfalls that are open to the public. Manoa Falls is an amazing waterfall on Oahu, but visitors are not allowed to swim. The good news is that Waimea Falls (aka Waihi) in the Waimea Valley offers a safe spot for a waterfall swim. Friendly lifeguards are on duty.

What is the biggest waterfall in Hawaii?

Hi’ilawe Falls is the most famous waterfall in the Waipio Valley. The waterfall is between 1,200 and 1,600 feet (depending on who you ask), making it the tallest waterfall in the state of Hawaii.



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