Wet 'n' Wild Hawaii in Kapolei, HI

400 Farrington HwyKapolei, HI 96707
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If you are looking for some other water activities in Hawaii away from the beach, this one's for you. Visit one of Ohau's top 10 most visited family attractions this season– the Wet'n'Wild Water Park! This Hawaiian must-go-to promises a full day of family fun with leisurely to extreme water attractions that make you want to ride over and over again!

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Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Kapolei Travel Experts
  • Each ride has its own height, weight, and health restrictions.
  • Life jackets are provided FREE of charge.
  • Paid parking is available.
  • Bring cash for food and transportation to and from the park.
  • Outside food and beverages are not allowed on the park.
  • Lockers and towels are available for rent.
  • Extra purchases needed for the boogie board on the Flow Rider.
  • Face masks required in restroom and optional throughout the park.


from Wet'n'Wild Hawaii
Wet 'n' Wild Hawaii is Hawaii's biggest 'n' best water park and #1 family attraction. Located in Oahu's "Second City" of Kapolei, It has many great attractions suited for adults, teens, kids, and families of all ages. Visitors can find the perfect slides and attractions to create their ultimate water park experience based on Wet'n'Wild's unique rating and the heart-pumping excitement each number represents. A five rating signifies the most extreme experiences, and the intensity decreases by number down to the tamer activities in the one and two range.

Water World Kids Playground
This multi-level complex weaves colorful, interactive elements throughout five fun zones. The water playground includes seven purpose-built children's slides, a lily pad walk, water cannons, and more. The focal point of the attraction is a giant tipping bucket at the top of the structure that frequently spills 300 gallons of water onto eagerly waiting guests below.

Keiki Kove
A kid's spray ground perfect for the youngest guests and filled with interactive water activities! From mini-water spouting volcano, water cannons, mini-water slides, or dancing in and out of a mushroom water shower cascading in the middle of the splash ground, watch your little ones giggle with delight as they explore the refreshing sprinklers, spouts, and splash attractions. There are two child-friendly water slides, water sprouts, and cannons spraying water from every angle to enchant visitors.

Surf Sliders
Riders surge down these exciting and thrilling body slides. Choose from three exciting rides and take on the multiple twists and turns down into the splash pool below. Families and friends will love these three body slides' multiple twists and turns.

Kapolei Kooler
A lazy river like no other! Surrounded in a lush tropical garden Ideal for all ages, the Kapolei Kooler is the perfect place to lie back on your tube and unwind as you make your way through the ongoing flow of watery relaxation through lush tropical gardens and cave-like 10-foot walls. Watch out for the occasional rushing rapids, waterfalls, water spouts, and more that add a little cool delight during your river experience. A leisurely 800-foot lap around the endless river still holds enough surprises to keep riders awake and refreshed.

Waimea Whirl
Our latest addition to our family of water raft rides, the Waimea Whirl. This two-person, rainbow-colored thrill ride is one the whole family can enjoy together. Pair up on an inner tube or go solo, then drop into the bowl at high speeds. Riders are glued to its walls where they whirl around a funnel-shaped bowl before gravity flushes them down the drain – a colorful, long slide that lands in a splash pool.

Hawaiian Waters Wave Pool
Hit the surf at the massive Hawaiian Waters wave pool with over 400,000 gallons of water! Ride two-foot-high swells similar to waves in Waikiki Beach on a tube or body surf for the ultimate ocean experience. Hawaiian Waters is also the perfect lounge location for a more relaxing venture with its gently rolling waves in the shallow end.

O-Hana Highway
The best family white water rafting experience! Seven stories above the cliffs of Kapolei, guests slide down on a family raft winding down over 600 feet along the walls, around sharp turns, and over steep drops giving your group tons of wall time. With descents of more than 40 feet, riders will love the rush that white water rafting brings. Perfect for an exciting family adventure!

Waianae Coasters
Three coiling, unique slides equal tons of excitement for riders as they twist and turn through this complex of watery fun. The drops, dips, and twists of the more than 320-foot slides are not for the faint of heart on this adrenaline-pumping ride. Grab your tube and experience the rush of four different slides that take you 4 ½ stories down a cliff.

Big Kahuna
Grab a friend or two and launch yourself down the raging, rushing waters of the Big Kahuna. Feel the adrenaline pump through as you increase speed down the slopped flumes and take on the quick twists and turns down to the very bottom—a fun-filled ride with two slides to choose from.

Located on the edge of Kapolei hills with a stunning view of Oahu is the ultimate extreme water experience. Guests begin their journey being catapulted from 50 feet in the air through a 130-foot tunnel before plummeting into the eye of the storm. Here guests will spin around the Tornado's funnel in a two or four-person clover-leaf tube, splashing back and forth through the menacing, swirling water before being released into the calm shallows below.

Volcano Express
The next generation of racing slides. Four stories high and nestled along the natural cliffs, the Volcano Express takes guests head-first on a racing mat into an enclosed tube, then loops them into a four-lane downhill speedway. Riders accept the challenge of determining the fastest as they race their family and friends side-by-side on this exhilarating voyage. This 240-foot raceway launches riders from 42 feet high and down the slides at speeds of more than 20 feet per second.

Shaka is a unique combination of wet/dry attraction and a must for thrill-seekers! Reach exhilarating speeds of up to 31mph as you fly in forward and reverse motions in an extreme thrill experience, including a "zero-gravity" sensation. Water spray jets provide a frictionless surface on the giant U-shaped slide as rafts are channeled effortlessly to the bottom. You won't be able to get enough of this awesome new ride as you plunge down a sheer 36-foot drop at an angle of 70 degrees – it feels like it's almost vertical!

Da' Flowrider
The surf is always up at Da Flowrider. This pay-per-play premium attraction is Hawaii's only simulated surfing experience. Regardless of age or skill, guests can experience the thrill of catching and riding a 40-foot continuous wave.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Wet'n'Wild Hawaii

When is Wet n Wild open?

Wet n Wild water park's operating days and hours vary and are subject to change without notice. Their operating schedule can be found above when selecting your dates and ticket options.

Is parking provided?

Wet n Wild Hawaii offers parking adjacent to the Park; autos and motorcycles are $10.00 per vehicle.

Are there any age/physical/health/etc. restrictions for this tour/attraction/activity?

A parent or adult guardian must accompany minors (under 12). Some rides may be turbulent and thrilling and should not be ridden if you are pregnant, have heart conditions or respiratory problems, have neck or back problems, have physical limitations, impairments, or are under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

What should I bring?

Towels, sunscreen, hats, and sunglasses are recommended.

What should I wear?

Proper swimwear is required. All swimsuits must be appropriate for use at a family water amusement facility. NO bikini thong and visible undergarments allowed.

Where is Wet and Wild located?

Wet 'n' Wild Hawaii water park is located at 400 Farrington Hwy, Kapolei, HI 96707, just off the H-1 Highway. The site is on the mountain or Mauka side of the H-1 on Farrington Hwy, approximately 20 minutes from Honolulu Airport. Take exit 1E and turn right at the stoplight. Park entrance will be to the right.

Is the attraction appropriate for children?

Yes, this is a family-friendly attraction.

Are life jackets provided?

Life jackets are provided FREE of charge to guests who require their use. Life Jackets can be picked up from Hawaiian Waters Wave Pool and Water World area for free. Life Jackets are available to rent at Davey Jones Locker Desk for a $20.00 deposit that is refundable upon the return of the life jackets to Davey Jones Locker Desk. Only you know the swimming/water skill levels of your child or anyone you're supervising. It strongly recommended all guests under 48" or who are weak swimmers wear Coast Guard approved lifejackets where appropriate.

Are locker rentals available? If so, what is the fee?

A limited number of single-day lockers are available for rent and are located in the center of the Park adjacent to the Shower and Changing facilities. Lockers are sold on a first-come, first-served basis and cannot be reserved in advance. Guests may select from the following sizes: Regular 12 x 12" or Family 12x 24". No discounts are given for lockers, priced as stated below. To rent a locker, you can either use the kiosk or scan the QR code on the locker of your choice using your mobile device. Large locker: $18, Small locker: $13

Can I leave and re-enter on the same day?

You may re-enter the Park by having your hands stamped as you exit.

Can I bring my camera?

Cameras and video equipment, including GoPros and Selfie Sticks, are not permissible on any of our water flume rides (Volcano Express, O-Hana Highway, Tornado, Big Kahuna, Waianae Coasters Waimea Whirl, Shaka, Surf Slider, and Flowrider). Water World and Keiki pools are allowed; however, not on any of the slides.

Can I bring my own food/beverages?

Outside food and beverages are not allowed inside the Park. However, exceptions can be arranged. The Park has a wide assortment of foods and beverages available, including bottled water.

Can I bring my pet?

No pets are allowed except for service animals. Service animals are not permitted in the water.