Hawaiian Falls waterparks are offering all mothers complimentary admission into its waterparks in Mansfield, Roanoke and Waco on Saturday, May 7, and Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 8, when accompanied by a child with a Big Kahuna day ticket or a season pass. If Mom has a 2022 season pass, she can invite one guest in free without having to use one of her Buddy Passes. Kids 2 and under are always free.
Hawaiian Falls will be open weekends starting May 7.
“We’re honoring all mothers and grandmothers with free admission into one of our three waterparks opening weekend to thank them for all the thankless jobs they do for our families,” said Hawaiian Falls Managing Director Ryan Forson. “We want every mom to enjoy the day with her family at one of our safe and fun pools or spray areas. Or float down the Lazy River to let the stress melt away. Dads are certainly welcome, too. In fact, our goal is to bring the whole family together, and to give mom a great memory on her special day.”
The Hawaiian Falls 2022 Season Pass offers a summer-long staycation for the entire family to embrace the refreshing pools, adventurous waterslides, lazy rivers, play structures for the little ones and special events and activities for everyone in the family. Season pass gets passholders all three parks with over 60 attractions.
Hawaiian Falls will be offering early Season Pass processing at Mansfield, Roanoke and Waco waterparks 4–6 p.m. April 25-28.
Currently, 2022 Season Passes are on sale for a limited time. A Season Pass pays for itself in just two visits and features exclusive benefits and incredible value.
My Island Pass is $69.99 and includes two “Bring a Friend Free” tickets (over $70 value); 20 percent off food & beverages all summer; access to Mansfield, Roanoke and Waco parks; early entry to the parks (30 minutes before opening) and a special walk-up rate of $50 for private cabanas (while supplies last.)
For added benefits, guests can purchase the Pineapple Pass, which offers all the perks of the My Island Pass PLUS an extra two “Bring a Friend Free Twilight” tickets for use after 4 p.m.; and 25 percent off food & beverages, totaling more than $200 in value.
More information, including hours, directions, tickets and season passes, visit hfalls.com.
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