Hawaiian Falls offers free admission for military, first responders

June 29, 2023
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Hawaiian Falls in Mansfield, Roanoke and Waco are celebrating Independence Day with a salute to those who preserve and protect our freedoms. July 1-4 all active duty and retired U.S. military personnel and first responders can receive a free daily admission ticket to any of the three waterparks just by showing their official ID at the front gate ticket window.

“We are honored to host the men and women who work every day to protect us,” said Hawaiian Falls Marketing Director Ron Mckenzie. “We won’t put anyone on the spot. And there won’t be any speeches. We just want to invite those currently serving in the military, and those who served and retired, along with our first responders to come enjoy a relaxing day at one of our waterparks this holiday weekend.”

In addition, the extended Independence Day weekend will be filled with extraordinary activities. There will be a DJ playing tunes, daily foam parties, patriotic-themed Ohana (Family) Games, and food and drink specials.

Hawaiian Falls Mansfield will close at 5 p.m. July 3 to participate in Mansfield Rocks! Special viewing tickets are required and can be purchased at https://www.mansfieldtexas.gov/793/Mansfield-Rocks Daily tickets and season passes are not valid after 5 p.m. July 3. The park will be open regular hours July 4.

Other upcoming special events include:

·  Aloha Fest – .July 22 in Mansfield

·  Family Fun Fridays throughout July with Ohana Games led by Hawaiian Falls Activity Director

Hawaiian Falls Waterparks are located in Mansfield, Roanoke and Waco. More information about special events, operating hours, directions, tickets and season passes, are at hfalls.com.

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