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Splash Dayz

Located in North Texas, Splash Dayz water park (formerly Hawaiian Falls White Settlement) is located 12 miles west of Fort Worth.

This 16-acre park offers offers numerous attractions including a large wave pool, continuous river, activity pool and a variety of water slides.

For a rush of adrenaline try the Atomic Wedgiez, two launch-capsule, trapdoor slides that send the brave careening down a almost vertical flume. The nearby Splash Speedway is six side-by-side lanes where you race your family and friends on a foam mat down a triple drop while facing forward. For young children, Kiddiez Splash Pad, is a shallow pool with gentle water features where they can splash and play.

Splash Dayz offers families affordable family fun. Parking is always free. The water park facilities include locker rentals, clean changing rooms, a variety of food and beverage options, plus plenty of shaded areas with lounge chairs and seating. Splash Dayz also permits guests to bring coolers into the park for a nominal fee.

More About Splash Dayz

8905 Clifford Street
White Settlement, TX 76108

(817) 591-1159

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Park website:
www.splashdayzws.com

Type of park:
Outdoor Waterpark

Park size:
16 acres

Operating season:
Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day. Operating days and hours vary.

Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.

Admission prices:
2018 Admission Rates

  • General Admission: $18.95
  • Child (under 48"): $16.95
  • Senior (age 65+): $16.95
  • Military (w/ ID): $16.95

Directions To Waterpark

Splash Dayz is located at the intersection of Clifford St and N Las Vegas Trail next to Veteran's Park. We are two miles north of Interstate 30 off of Interstate 820.

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