Moms get in free at Hawaiian Falls

May 7, 2024
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Moms are superheroes! They have eyes in the back of their head and they know how to get things done. They are as protective as a mama bear with her cubs and they multi-task with the greatest of ease. So, on this Mother’s Day, Hawaiian Falls in Mansfield, Roanoke and Waco will treat moms to free admission May 11 and May 12 to celebrate. Moms will also receive a free gift May 12, while supplies last.

“We want Moms to enjoy a day at Hawaiian Falls with their families and take a break  from their regular schedules,” said Hawaiian Falls Marketing Director Ron Mckenzie. “Moms can float down the Lazy River and feel the stress melt away. Or maybe just recline in the shade with a refreshing beverage. Hawaiian Falls is the perfect place to make family memories with those she loves most.”

Hawaiian Falls officially kicks off daily operations May 24. The park opens 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 throughout July with Ohana Games led by Hawaiian Falls activity director.

Hawaiian Falls Waterpark is at 490 Heritage Parkway in Mansfield. More information about special events, operating hours, directions, tickets and season passes is at

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