Closed Wednesdays in the off season.
Tips For A Great Day
• Always have a designated meeting place for those in your party if you become separated.
• Remember to apply sunscreen regularly. Hawaiian rays are deceptively intense due to the cool ocean climate. T-shirts are also helpful in preventing sunburn.
• Coolers, food, alcohol or beverages may not be brought into the park. However, exceptions are made for infants and those with special medical needs. Approach HWAP staff for more details.
• You may leave and re-enter the park by having your hand stamped as you exit. For your safety, barbecues and alcohol are not allowed in the parking lot or on park premises. Picnic tables and shade pavilions are available on a first-come basis.
• Water socks and sandals are permitted throughout the park.
• Do not bring valuables if possible. If you must, keep all valuables in a secure area. Please do not leave valuables or bags in your car unless they are kept out of sight.
• Lockers: all day use lockers can be rented for $5.00 plus a $5.00 refundable deposit with receipt.
• Tubes and floats: FREE and included in the cost of admission!
• Lifejackets: FREE and can be picked up at Davey Jones Lockers.
• Loungers: hundreds of loungers can be used FREE of charge and are available on a first-come basis. Guests are welcome to bring their own lawn chair as long as safety is not an issue.
• First Aid: staff with certified medical personnel are employed. If you need assistance approach any lifeguard or staffer and they will assist you in calling the Emergency Medical Technician.
• Other conveniences: Showers, Souvenir Shops, ATMs and more!
• Boogie Board Rentals and Towels Rentals are available in the park.
We went here when we didn't have kids and had a great time. There was a variety of different slides to choose from with the double seater rafts or single seat ones. They also had some good thrill-seeker slides. The best part was the adults only area and the lazy river, though that can get a little crazy on busy days. There was also an area especially for younger kids with a shallow pool and a big play area. They also had lockers to store all your stuff you you didn't have to haul it around with you all day.
My family ( my husband and 4 years) was an annual member before. It is very clouded in the weekend, so I recommend to go earlier to find a spot. ( get a chair close to kids pool) They have a lot of slide and 2 kids pool, so even small baby can enjoy this place. Of course, my 4 years love it !
This water park is a lot of fun, offers a decent amount of attractions for the under 3 crowd but is not the most economical activity by any means. The water park is only open 5 hours per day, 5 days per week, and will cost you $40 per adult and $30 kids 3 and up. Sidewalks are hot (ok for adults, means you carry the kids everywhere). Hours are right in the middle of the hottest part of the day, and during every kids naptime. It is fun once, but hard to beat the entertainment value of the free beach 10 minutes away.
When we were living on Oahu we visited Hawaiian Waters several times. Although Kapolei was a little bit of a drive from Kailua, it was a nice way to spend the day. The cliffhanger offers quite thrilling ride with alarge splash at the bottom! :)
All in all, there are nine thrill rides, five family rides and 10 specialty areas. I was told there is now mini-golf at the park too, although that was not there when I last visited.
Admission is a little high, so if you are military, be sure to check and see if discounted tickets are available on base.
A thirty-five minute ride from Waikiki, this beautifully landscaped twenty-five-acre tropical water theme park is designed to appeal to all ages and features a unique variety of age-appropriate rides and amenities. It's the perfect place to enjoy safe, secure, and extreme fun under the sun. Experience the many thrilling rides including the “Cliffhanger,” a six-story free fall; “The Shaka,” a four-story half-pipe; “Typhoon,” a four-and-a-half-story storm ride; “Lava Tube,” a tube ride simulating the ultimate volcanic eruption; and “Hurricane Bay,” a great place to catch waves. “Keiki Kove” is an interactive children's fun pool, full of waterfalls, mini-slides, and animal floaties.
My company originally built this park. It is lush and alot of fun. They are planning on a large expansion. It was sold recently to an Australian Company "Rodeo Productions". Looking forward to great new attractions!