The only waterpark in the state of Hawaii, Wet'n'Wild Hawaii (formerly Hawaiian Waters Adventure Park) is located in the city of Kapolei, a short half-an-hour drive west of Waikiki. This 25-acre property on the north side of the island of Oahu is also one of the driest and warmest spots on the Island. The park is beautifully landscaped and takes advantage of the slopes, cliffs and natural beauty of the surrounding area. And that's why Wet'n'Wild Hawaii was voted one of the top 10 best waterparks by the Travel Channel.
Wet'n'Wild Hawaii is a family attraction with a variety of rides and attractions that will appeal to all ages. Try riding the Big Kahuna, a twisting, turning family slide that accommodates two to three riders be inner tube. Surfsliders are three more of the parks exciting bodyslides and Waianae Coaster is four tube slides that start from a platform four and half stories high.
Thrill-seekers can blast down the Cliffhanger, thrilling six-story, side-by-side freefall body slides. If that's not enough the Flyin' Hawaiian will shoot you out of a flume mid-air to then plunge into a pool below.
When it's time to cool Hurricane Bay is Hawaii's largest wave pool where you can surf or ride two to four foot waves on an inner-tube. Wet'n'Wild Hawaii also has an 800-foot long lazy river that you can continuously cruise on a tube.
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Reopened May 29, 2020 after suspending operations on March 17, 2020.
Open year-round. Operating days and hours vary based on season. Closed most Tuesdays and Wednesdays, plus some Mondays.
Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.
2020 Admission Rates
Located on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu, Wet'n'Wild Hawaii is in Kapolei located just off H-1 Highway at exit 1. The park is approximately 35 minutes west of Waikiki.