That is me, at the very top on the left. Three stories up, getting ready to go on the zip line. And on the right, that’s the view from the top.
Memorial Day weekend marks the start of the summer season. The kids technically still have a couple weeks of school left, but visions of swimming pools and sleeping late are dancing in all of our heads. I got a jump start to the summer season, along with some blogger friends, at Hawaiian Falls this week.
They have several water parks in Texas, and they have one adventure park near Austin. Complete with all the usual water slides and wave pool, this adds a ropes challenge course, rock climbing wall, and a zip line.
I’ll admit to a few nerves walking off the plank. But the rush of zipping through the air? Loved every second. We didn’t try the extreme free fall, but it’s on my to-do list. There are height restrictions for some of the activities, but I think Littlest would love the cargo climbing net. He is my adventure seeker.
The great thing, or one of them, about the adventure park is that it will be open year round. The twins are my gamers. I’m pretty sure I could catch them inside the arcade any time of the year. During the summer I’m hoping to get them on one of the giant slides.
A couple other things I noticed while at Hawaiian Falls. They are incredibly family focused. They want your whole family to enjoy their day of fun. And I love that it’s a smaller water park, makes it easier to keep track of all the kids.
Now, that ropes challenge course? Definitely lives up to the ‘challenge’ part of its name. I know I got a workout. Three stories, with various challenges on each level. If you’re looking for a group activity or team building exercise, this is a fun one.
I’m also putting spending quality time in the lazy river on my summer to do list. There are some pretty lovely cabanas for rent as well. I think I might also need one of those.
Full Disclosure: My family received four tickets to visit Hawaiian Falls this summer in exchange for this review. All opinions are 100% my own.