Hawaiian Falls celebrates Texas-style Aloha Festival

June 6, 2022
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On June 25, Hawaiian Falls Mansfield is hosting the Aloha Festival, celebrating the best of Hawaiian and Texas cultures.

Guests can experience sights, sounds and flavors of the Islands with Tropical music, unique Hawaiian foods and have fun playing Ohana (Family) Games. From noon – 4 p.m. guests can meet a beautiful Polynesian Princess and have their photo taken at no charge. From 4–6:30 p.m. entertainment includes a tropical band and hula dancers.

“We’ve always welcomed families to our waterparks with a warm Aloha spirit,” said Hawaiian Falls Managing Director Ryan Forson. “The Aloha spirit is one of love and affection. Aloha Fest is an opportunity for families to escape to a Tropical island without leaving home.”

Guests can sample authentic Hawaiian food provided by Hawaiian Brothers Restaurant from noon – 4 p.m. (free while supplies last) and register to win Hawaiian Brothers free and discounted meal vouchers.

Aloha Fest activities are included with a day pass or season pass. An all-day admission pass is $35.99; guests under 48 inches tall $25.99. Guests can save $5 per ticket when purchased online ($30.99 over 48 inches tall; $20.99 guests under 48 inches tall.) A special $15 Twilight Pass is available 4–8 pm for all ages. Kids age 2 and younger are always free when accompanied by an adult.

Hawaiian Falls Season Pass Holders are admitted free and can access the park as early as 10 a.m.

Special event information, park hours, directions and ticket information are available at hfalls.com.

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