Hawaiian Falls Mansfield, Mansfield
Categories: Water Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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Good size, crowded but not wall to wall people. Family friendly, polite staff and a good variety of attractions for all age kiddos. Only drawback is the construction on 360. Worth a visit.
I had my family here visiting . They had a great time with the water splash . Much needed in a hot summer day here in Texas . We all had fun .
It was a HOT day and my Grandson wanted to doing something "cool". So we decided to go to Hawaiian Falls for the day. We really enjoyed the lazy river. Even though their was a lot of other people with... read more »
We were at the park today and a little girl drowned. The lifeguards jumped into action and pulled her out and revived her within a few minutes. They were so fast and everyone came running to help! As a pediatric nurse, I was extremely impressed with how calm and collected all the lifeguards and EMT was during the emergency. They did a perfect job! It's one thing to practice emergency protocols on mannequins but when it happens in real life it's totally different. It made me feel good that they knew exactly what to do and did it smoothly! Good Job!!!
This was my first visit to Hawaiian falls and it was absolutely awesome. The adults and children had fun. We rented a cabana and it totally worth it, you get free unlimited drinks and a personal person to help you get those to you throughout the day. Our girl was Jewel , and she was absolutely FANTASTIC. She was so happy, prompt, courteous, and professional. We loved her service and made our day even better. The bathrooms were very very clean, the park was very well kept. We felt safe letting our children 8 and older roam around the park going to different slides. I totally recommend Hawaiian falls and the location as well.
I've had season passes for 2 years now. I chose to get the food and drink passes to go along with it. Would be great if they ever had half of the food options in stock! Hello? Who is in charge of purchasing?? You should have french fries in stock! We were there at 10am this morning and you were already out of corn dogs, chicken fingers, french fries and the mini melts cart was out of service. Of course the kids working have NO CLUE whats going on. Perhaps you all need to take a look at management, purchasing and basic quality control Also, some of the life guards are a bit rude and seem miserable to be there. The water in the slides is murky in the kids area. Pirates Cove in Burleson was a much more pleasant experience!
We enjoyed the heck out of ourselves when we come here. Even though we misunderstood about the times of closing, as we were told over and over again that closing time was at 9pm, when it was actually 6pm, we ended up getting to stay until about 7:45pm! We were with a private party at the park, but the party next to us had rented out the entire park for after hours. The park thought we were part of that party, and WE thought our party was included in the after hours thing, because we thought the company my husband works for had paid for the park to stay open late as well. Because of all the confusion, we had no idea we weren't supposed to be there, and the staff didn't know either. It wasn't until we were ready to go that we figured it out after talking to one of the park supervisors. Despite the confusion, the staff was nice to us anyway, and the experience of having a whole waterpark, almost, to ourselves was incredibly fun. I definitely call that a once in a lifetime fluke that happened, but we enjoyed it so much. It made lasting memories for us all, that's for sure. The slides were super fun, the lazy river was relaxing, but the only yuck part I have to say is that I didn't enjoy running into other people's hair floating around in the water and getting on me. I don't hold the park accountable for this though. I just imagine that this is part of the stuff you deal with if you go to a public park. So, I just dealt with it and kept on having fun. :D
Had a terrible experience. My 10 year old son was struck on the head by a massive ice cube that was launched at him by a 20 year old man that was suppose to be taking care of a group of kids that were visiting the park. We were short of calling the police because park management's response to the incident was "he already apologized to your son and they are leaving already anyway". What did we want? For the man to be immediately thrown out of the park because he assaulted my son! He did not belong in a place where there are children around! I was very disappointed. We traveled form pretty far away (6 hours to be exact) to take our children to a safe and fun place, and it didn't pan out.
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