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Wet'n'Wild Hawaii, Kapolei
(2.7/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web)
One of the only water parks in Hawaii, Wet'n'Wild Hawaii offers 25 rides spread across 100,000 sq m (25 acres), with palms and tropical plant life filling the spaces between. Island Adventure miniature golf makes use of the landscape, and playing its 18-hole course is one way to tour the grounds. Before or after golf, try tube slides and steep slides for thrills or lounge by the wave pool if you like a slower pace. Visit the site's website for special offers and to book your tickets in advance. Our Kapolei vacation builder makes visiting Wet'n'Wild Hawaii and other Kapolei attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Is just what can't happen in a number of water slides and great thrill Japan locker so I did rent a car without worrying about bus times on the tour, enjoyed the action done quite cryptic and probably to hear better was quite empty so I was
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  • Small / medium size water Park - only 4 big water rides, all thou the Big rides are fun. Just wish there were more. Nothing Compared to Water parks in California. This Park is fun for 1 trip 
  • This review is for parents with small kids (mine were 2&4). I don't normally write reviews unless it's amazing but our 2.5 hours here were 100% a waste of time and money. 1. If you go, get your ticket...  more »
  • We get season passes every year and go multiple times a month, all year round. Check their website before going on a weekend to ensure they aren't closed for a private event. Lots of slides, multiple areas for guests of varying heights and water comfort levels. Friendly and helpful staff without (unseasonably) high prices on in park food and tube/life vest rentals. No outside food or drink allowed, except sealed water bottles.
  • This review is written from the perspective of a mom with a preschooler. My daughter loves loves loves this park, there are two kid sections; one for little kids that she has been enjoying since 2 and an older section that we've been using since she hit 3 (and became tall enough to enjoy it). We have season passes, otherwise this park would be very expensive since she gets cold or tired after about an hour. I've only tried one of the big slides and it was an absolute blast, the line was a little long but the staff made the effort to keep guests cool by splashing us (much appreciated). Food is reasonably priced (for an amusement park and for Hawaii) and tastes good for what it is, no outside food is allowed into the park. Lockers are small and expensive. If you leave for any reason make sure you get a hand stamp for re-entry.
  • Lots of slide/ride options. Be warned that most involve uphill walks and multiple stair climbing...often carrying a two- or four-person inflated raft. We went on a weekday, during local school hours. I highly recommend that, as I'm guessing that when it's crowded the lines might make the relatively quick rides seem not worth it. The grandparents couldn't do multiple rides due to the recurring hill/stair climbing mentioned above, but they did enjoy relaxing by the wave pool. There are two nice obstacle/play areas for the younger kids, with small slides, fountains, etc. There's a snack bar/grill and a "real" bar, too. Final's pricey. l got in on a discounted "Go Oahu" pass, and I'm not sure I would have enjoyed it as much if I'd paid full price. Be sure to come prepared, unless you want to pay $16 for sunscreen or $35 for goggles!😀 If you're there all day, food and drinks can really add up, but there's a strip mall a few minutes away, and park allows re-entry. Lockers in the park are $13 and$18, but can be reused all day. Also, the $8 parking fee was a surprise.
  • Really can explore and ride everything in an hour and half. Depending on crowd. Annoyed me terribly that some slides are closed and open in shifts. Purchased a season pass since it was such a reasonable rate. Not sure how often I'll use it 😕
  • My family and I had a lot of fun when we went. Unfortunately we went at 3pm with the impression that it was open till 9pm due to the times listed on Google (at the time). All of a sudden at 5pm they were blowing whistles and we were very confused. Come to find out that they were closing! We were very upset because we had wasted $200 for my family to go for 2 hours, we only went on 2 rides. We headed up to the front desk and explained the error. Luckily, the customer service associate was accommodating and apologetic. He reimbursed us with passes at a later date. Giving 5 stars because even though we were very upset about the park closing, the lifeguards were super awesome and the customer service was excellent.