Adventure Park Maui in Lahaina, HI

78 Ulupono StLahaina, HI 96761
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Adventure Park Maui has a fun and unique experience for the whole family. This family-friendly activity has outdoor ropes courses and an ax-throwing station. Don’t settle for run-of-the-mill family excursions! This is one adventure not to miss on your next trip to Maui.

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Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Lahaina Travel Experts
  • Visitors ages 5 to 7 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Children under the age of 5 cannot participate.
  • We strongly recommend tennis shoes.
  • Must weigh less than 265 lbs.
  • Participants can not be under the influence of any substances.
  • Guests can not be pregnant.
  • Participants must have facial coverings for entry and orientation. You may remove facial coverings while climbing, but you must cover back when in close contact with staff.


from Adventure Park Maui
If you and your family are taking a trip to Maui, HI, or Lahaina, HI, and you want to find a unique and fun family adventure, Adventure Park Maui has the solution for you. Our family attractions include an outdoor ropes course and an ax-throwing station, so everyone will find something that they find exciting. Don’t settle for run-of-the-mill family excursions; experience the rush of our high ropes course today!

With almost 50 high and low ropes course elements and two freefall activities, our family attraction in Lahaina lets you choose your level of adventure.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Adventure Park Maui

Are there any age attraction activity?

Children as young as 5 years old may participate. Ages 5-7 must be accompanied by an Adult. Ages 8-17 must have an adult sign the waiver for them.

What should I bring?

Participants should be prepared with proper attire and big smiles. You don’t need much of anything to participate at Adventure Park Maui. Loose items such as phones, backpacks, cameras, etc. are not permitted in the climbing zones and will need to be locked up in your vehicles prior to climbing zone entry. Vehicle keys will be checked in their main office much like a coat check.

What should I wear?

Wear well-fitting clothing that won’t hang loose or get tangled in cables or ropes. They advise tying back long hair and removing all jewelry. Sneakers or hiking shoes are recommended. Sandals must have at least two attachment points over the top of the foot but are the least recommended choice for participant footwear.

Do I have to be really fit to participate at Adventure Park Maui?

Most people who have an active lifestyle and are in good health should not have any difficulty completing many of the trails. Climbers proceed at their own pace and are welcome to take periodic breaks. Remember, climbers can choose elements within their comfort levels. Please, however, consult a doctor prior to participating if you have a pre-existing medical condition or injury that could be aggravated by engaging in this activity.

How long is the tour?

Climbers reserve a timed ticket for 1.5 hours of climbing. Each guest climbs through the course at their own pace and each trail can require up to 5 minutes to complete. Upon completion of one trial, a climber may repeat the same element or select another challenge, continuing for the duration of their timed ticket. Each guest decides how much of their time they use for climbing. Most want to climb every minute they can!

What happens if it rains or storms?

When inclement weather arrives, Adventure Park Maui responds much like a golf course or a swimming pool facility. The park remains open during rain, but climbing is suspended in the event of thunder, lightning, or damaging winds.

Is there a weight limit to participate?

Their weight limit is 265 pounds and all guests must fit into harnesses provided in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications.

Is a ticket required to watch my friends or family members climb?

Observers are allowed admission to pathways and observation areas around the Hexapod.