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With the Summer of 2017 winding down and kids reluctantly returning to schools, Hawaiian Falls is making sure everybody gets a chance to visit one of their waterparks this summer with a special “Car Load” price of $50 for up to seven (7) guests. Available Monday, August 14 – Friday, August 18, everyone in the vehicle must be safely buckled into a seat belt. Day passes are normally $28.99 for guests 48-inches and taller; $21.99 for guests under 48-inches tall; and $21.99 for guests 55 years of age and older.  Plus the parks are offering 10-percent off all food this week. Guests must enter the park by 1 p.m. to receive the discounted admission.  

“Kids are already starting to return to school so we’re running out of chances to bring families closer together this summer,” said Clint Hill, president of Hawaiian Falls. “Our only stipulation for this promotion is that we will only give tickets for the number of seatbelts in the car. We don’t want people cramming into a car just to save a few dollars off admission. But we’ll admit up to seven people for $50 thru Friday.”

Dog lovers should mark their calendars as several Hawaiian Falls parks will host Doggie Swim events on the last day of the season before the pools are drained:
* Garland – 10 am – 4 pm Sat, Sept. 9 – Wags & Waves benefits Cat Matchers, Dallas Companion Animal Project, DFW Rescue Me, Feral Friends, and Legacy Boxer Rescue. The event will feature Pet Costume Contests, pet tricks, vendors and a separate activity pool for large and small breed dogs. More info at www.wagsandwaves.org

* The Colony – 1 pm – 5 pm Sun, Sept. 10 – Bow Wow Luau benefits The Colony Animal Shelter Injured Animal Fund. Enjoy swimming with your best friend, contests, games and prizes. More info at https://www.thecolonytx.gov/Depts/PARD/SpecialEvents.html

* Mansfield – noon – 5 pm Sun, Sept. 10 - Hounds at Hawaiian Falls benefits MADE in Texas Assistance Dogs, a North Texas non-profit dedicated to providing highly trained service dogs to children and adults with disabilities. Pups will be allowed in the Waikiki Beach Wave Pool, the Splashwater Reef Kiddie Pool, and the Kona Kooler Lazy River. Hounds at Hawaiian Falls seeks to honor those who serve by providing free admission tickets to veterans, active military, and first responders. These individuals can bring up to two dogs each at no cost, or come on their own. More at https://thedriven.net/houndsat-hawaiian-falls.race_reg/eid/8415012457

Celebrating 15 years of bringing families closer together, Hawaiian Falls operates water parks in Garland, The Colony, Mansfield, Roanoke and Waco.More info at hfalls.com http://www.hfalls.com/>  or facebook.com/hfalls.