Wet n Wild Hawaii Kapolei
Where is it at?
Wet n Wild Hawaii
400 Farrington Hwy
Tel: 808 674 9283
Where are we going today?
Set on 29 acres in lush, tropical surrounds in Kapolei, Oahu's 'second city', the all-new Wet’n’Wild water park delivers over 25 rides and attractions for families and thrill-seekers alike. It is Hawaii’s only water park and the no1 family attraction and no1 local attraction on the island.
While adrenaline addicts can enjoy slides such as Tornado, which catapults riders through a 130-foot tunnel into the swirling, raging waters and down into a splash down pool, the park also features tamer attractions such as the relaxing Kapolei Kooler, a winding lazy river; Water World, an interactive children’s area filled with fountains, water cannons, mini-slides and a dumping bucket; and Hawaiian Waters, a 400,000-gallon wave pool.
How much does it cost?
- Free Under: 2 years.
When can we go?
June through August open daily starting at 10:30am with various closing times. September through May
2 cafes, a bar for over 21s and various food karts and kiosks available..
Can I get one of those?
Surf Shack retail store available..
Hawaii residents get 10% OFF admission at the ticket booth with a valid ID..
What people are saying?
by Lexie Hewett
That looks like a fun water park if you guys had a lazy river
by Marcos M
Weekday short hours for the money, but the lines move pretty fast. Waited 30 min. to get food, and had the worst fries ever. Place would be 4 stars but the food sucked and the price was not cheap. Had fun, rode a bunch of water slides. The flow rider fun to ride but didn't have much time, it closed early and we had purchased a unlimited pass for that ride.
by Ronald Blue
Great experience! I only rated 4 stars because some of the rides were alternating open and closed due the park being short life gaurds.
by Jeff Swartz
Tickets are very expensive. Food is very expensive and quality is not very good. We got annoyed by the whole rotating rides thing which they must do just to need less employees.
On the good side
Clean, rides were fun and nothing was faded/worn out, safety was very high - lifeguards everywhere.
We had fun, but for the cost, we won't be going back.
by Chris Harper
Great place to shred the Flowrider! Unfortunately the staff aren't terribly knowledge able and it is kind of expensive. Rides are great and around this time of year the lines aren't very long