Adventure Park opens

Hawaiian Falls Adventure Park employees test the new zip line from high atop the Tiki head perch. Photo by Ben Posey
Hawaiian Falls Adventure Park employees test the new zip line from high atop the Tiki head perch. Photo by Ben Posey

CEO David Busch welcomed a large crowd of community business owners and city officials at their grand opening luncheon of Hawaiian Falls Adventure Park on Tuesday. Hawaiian Falls Adventure Park opened this past Saturday, and features a two-level Family Adventure Trail with nine rope bridges and five towers; a 70-foot high, 1,000-foot long Zip Line Canopy Tour; three-level Challenge Course with 45 different activities; six-story Free Fall; 30-foot Climbing Wall; and 30-foot Cargo Net Climb. Adventure Park attractions will be available for $24.99 (guests 48 inches and taller) and $17.99 for children 42 – 47 inches tall, senior citizens and active duty military personnel. Children under 42 inches can participate on the Family Adventure Trail for $5 per child. All Big Kahuna Day Pass admissions receive 10 festival tickets.

The Hawaiian Falls’ outdoor Fall Festival began earlier this month and features arts & crafts, bounce houses, a pumpkin patch and pumpkin decorating stations, live entertainment, a catch and release fishing pond, and the Spooky Lazy River Boat Ride. In addition, the park will offer a Trick or Treat Trail 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31. Entrance to the festival grounds and family arcade is free. Attractions will be priced individually, ranging from $1 – $8 each. Hours will be 3 p.m. – 9 p.m. Fridays, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Sat., and 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sun.

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