Families and adrenaline addicts alike will find plenty to love here. Choose from 25+ rides and attractions that run the gamut from mild (Water World Playground) to wild (Tornado and its 130-foot tunnel). Bring your swimwear and prepare to have a blast!
Hawaii is the place for sunshine, surf, and being outdoors…why not throw in some slides, rides, and exciting turbulence that won’t put you in danger of being swept out to sea? Wet 'n' Wild Hawaii gives you a great way to get your feet wet and your heart pumping. Great for families and thrill-seekers alike, this 29-acre water park has more than 25 slides and attractions for all ages.
Children will love the WaterWorld playground and the giant wave pool, while adrenaline addicts will want to hit the four-story Island Racer slide or the swirling vortex of the Tornado. Located in Kapolei, “Oahu’s second city”, Wet 'n' Wild Hawaii is the only water-theme amusement park on the Hawaiian Islands! Here’s a preview of just some of the exciting rides and attractions that await at Wet‘n’Wild Hawaii:
If you've somehow managed to find yourself in Hawaii without a swimsuit or towel, the surf shack at Wet 'n' Wild carries the largest selection of surf and swimwear on Oahu's west side.
No outside food or drink is allowed except for unopened bottles of water, but the park's three restaurants have a range of snacks and meals. Water shoes or flip-flops are a good idea since the concrete can get blazing hot. Don’t forget to reapply sunscreen—the sun can be deceptively intense on breezy days.
Whenever you need a break from the vast array of slides and attractions take some time to eat and relax at on the park’s three restaurants. Get your feet wet and enjoy Wet'n'Wild Hawaii on your visit to Oahu!
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Comments about Smart Destinations Wet'n'Wild Hawaii:
Had a blast, not many rides for the little kids but they have two great water play areas and my 3.5 yr old and 18 mo old kids loved it. My husband and I were able to go on only one ride because the lines were so long we didnt want to leave each other with the kids for so long.