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Hawaiian Falls Pflugerville Pflugerville

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Hawaiian Falls Pflugerville
18500 N SH SVRD SB
Pflugerville
TX
78660
Tel: 512 270 6967

Directions

Your splashingly fun time is at 18500 N SH 130 Service Road, Pflugerville, 78660. Whether you're coming from the North or the South, take exit 250 off the 35, onto the Texas Toll 45 east. Exit onto FM685 (Kelly Lane) and take a right onto 685. Stay in the middle lane at the split of 685/130 - keep left on Texas Toll 130 Access Road. The park will be on your right! Parking is $5.

Where are we going today?

Who's ready to cool off!  Pflugerville now has a Hawaiian Falls waterpark and they are ready to give you some of your most splashingly fun summer memories.
 
The first thing you need to learn is the shaka sign - this symbol of the Hawaiian spirit can mean "thanks" and "all right".  Not only that, it's fun to do, and all the rides are rated on the Hawaiian Falls Shaka Meter!  If you are a bit of a daredevil and love your thrills, then keep looking for those rated 5 on the Shaka Meter - if you dare!
 
For those 48" or taller you can experience the two Shaka Five rides - the Diamond Head Drop where you can ride through the super fun twists and turns before being sent straight out into their catch pool.  Or you can really test your fear factor on the Sky PFall.  Bravely, you will step into a capsule....listen for the countdown...and then....the floor disappears from underneath you!  And down you go...we're scared just writing about it!  It really is for the very brave in the family!
 
For those wanting a slightly less adrenaline pumping experience, there are a number of super fun slides that you can experience, a super fun wave pool where you can body surf, tube or swim in gentle waves created, The Rush where you can ride with a friend around the crazy twists and turns, or just float down the continuous river that can take you around the park. 
 
For those little kids not quite ready for the big kid rides, there is Splashwater Harbor where they can lounge in the shade, and splash in the water.  If the big kids fancy a change the Harbor has a fun rope course that they can challenge themselves on. 
 
Keep an eye out for any height restrictions for the rides too!
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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$26.99 (Above 48")
  • Children$19.99 (48" and under)
  • Free Under: 2
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

10:30am - 7pm

June - September

I'm Hungry!

If you want to bring your own food (uncooked and not fast food) then by all means do so! Any coolers will be charged $10 fee. If you want to enjoy the tasty foods of the park, then head to Sharkeys Cafe or (from Thursdays to Sundays) the Texan favorite of Surf Side BBQ - here burgers, turkey legs and sausages await you! .

Any Top Tips?

If you want to stay cool, then why not rent a cabana? The price of rental includes a locker for you, all you can drink wristbands plus a very friendly cabana attendant. .

Can I get one of those?

Only if you ask nicely! The gift shop not only has lots of fun souvenirs to take home, but also yummy treats like cotton candy and snack bags. They also sell any must have items should you have forgotten, such as sunscreen (very important) and sunglasses. .

More information

Tubes are free to hire! Lockers are $7 with a $3 deposit. .

What people are saying?

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    I've been to several water parks and enjoy a good family outing but this place isn't worth it. They start off with charging you $5 to park, $40 to get in, and they charged me another $20 for a "Cooler Pass" even though I didn't have one. Next time I'll be sure to load a full cooler instead of bringing a few snacks and some water (the on-site restaurant didn't look very impressive). Schlitterbahn prices, without the Schlitterbahn fun!

    Now that we got in, there's only three main slides to pick from. Now I'll admit two of those three have multiple...Read More

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    I went on my company's dime after hours, so I didn't experience the lines and expenses that others did. Although the food inside was over priced. The ubiquitous bible verses were annoying. My wife enjoyed the adventure park but they stopped letting people into that part long before they closed so I wasn't able to join her.

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    DON'T GO - Construction Zone, Long Lines, Small Park

    Went on Tuesday, August 12, 2014

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    - Still obvious construction everywhere including (1) half slides in operation, (2) materials around like gravel, wood, pipes, (3) many temporary amenities like tents and (4) plaster already falling off wave pool and lazy river floors after only weeks of opening
    - Long lines everywhere even mid-week including all rides, front gate tickets, concessions, etc
    - Small park only has 3 towers of slides, wave pool and lazy river for $30-$40 per person; must...Read More

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    Just looking at the prices for an unknown park. You have to pay to park, pay for a cooler pass, admission is only slightly less than Schlitterbahn... did I say for an unknown park. Makes Schlitterbahn even a better deal.

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    Wasn't that great inside. Really long lines, only 2 water slides. Small wave pool, not enough parking. Parking cost extra.

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by Shane Mayeaux

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I've been to several water parks and enjoy a good family outing but this place isn't worth it. They start off with charging you $5 to park, $40 to get in, and they charged me another $20 for a "Cooler Pass" even though I didn't have one. Next time I'll be sure to load a full cooler instead of bringing a few snacks and some water (the on-site restaurant didn't look very impressive). Schlitterbahn prices, without the Schlitterbahn fun!

Now that we got in, there's only three main slides to pick from. Now I'll admit two of those three have multiple tubes to pick from, but even the most intense slide was quite a let down. Each of the slides has a good 30 minute wait when I went. There's a lazy river that isn't so lazy in the middle, and we went about 6-8 laps pretty quickly through that. The wave pool was pretty nice, and I think that was my favorite part.

Towards the end of the day, about 4 hours into our adventure, one of the people in our party was tired and rested her head on the table and the EMT walking around started to pester us, and at that point we decided it was time to go. I don't plan on going back either...

by Gabe Young

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DON'T GO - Construction Zone, Long Lines, Small Park

Went on Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Cons
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- Still obvious construction everywhere including (1) half slides in operation, (2) materials around like gravel, wood, pipes, (3) many temporary amenities like tents and (4) plaster already falling off wave pool and lazy river floors after only weeks of opening
- Long lines everywhere even mid-week including all rides, front gate tickets, concessions, etc
- Small park only has 3 towers of slides, wave pool and lazy river for $30-$40 per person; must pay extra for zipline and others

Pros
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+ Relatively convenient to North Austin
+ Slightly better price (but not better value at $30-$40 per person) than major amusement parks in Dallas, San Antonio, Houston
+ Family friendly

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