Hawaiian Falls extends Mother's Day free admission to May 18-19

May 14, 2024
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Due to inclement weather on Mother’s Day, Hawaiian Falls is offering free admission to all moms on May 18-19.

“It’s unfortunate the weather didn’t cooperate with our plans for a beautiful sunny day to celebate Moms,” said Hawaiian Falls Marketing Director Ron Mckenzie. “But we still want Mom to enjoy a relaxing day at Hawaiian Falls! Mom can race her kids down one of our speed slides. Or float down the Lazy River. Or she can splash in the Wavepool with the whole famiy. Hawaiian Falls is the perfect place to make family memories.”

Hawaiian Falls is partnering with the Waco Tourism Improvement District for a special Memorial Day Weekend Celebration at Hawaiian Falls Mansifeld and Roanoke. Alll active or retired military members can enjoy free admission May 25-27.

Hawaiian Falls officially kicks off daily operations May 24. The park will be open 10:30 a.m.-8 p.m. May 24-26 and 10:30 a.m.–7 p.m. May 27.

Hawaiian Falls has a lineup of special events throughout the summer that include:

Champions Day – June 15 and July 23 Champions (individuals with special needs) and their families will have exclusive access to the park from 9-10:30 a.m. Champions tickets are FREE and family companion tickets (limit 4) are $10.

Father’s Day – Dads get in free June 16

World’s Largest Swimming Lesson – June 20

Independence Day Celebration July 4 – Active duty and retired military personnel receive free admission.

Half-Way to Christmas – June 25. Enjoy Christmas-themed music, games, photos with Santa, holiday food and beverages.

Family Fun Fridays will run throughout July with Ohana Games led by the Hawaiian Falls Activity Director.

Mansfield's Hawaiian Falls Waterparks are at 490 Heritage Parkway.  More information about special events, operating hours, directions, tickets and season passes are at hfalls.com.

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