Big Kahuna’s Adventure Park has officially re-opened and will continue to be open Monday through Thursday 2 PM-9 PM and Friday through Sunday 12 PM-9 PM. Guests can enjoy clean, safe, and fun activities with friends, peers and loved ones, just in time for Spring Break. Big Kahuna’s has adapted their operations to meet Florida’s guidelines and continues to be a destination for a fun-filled outing.
Big Kahuna’s Adventure Park has many exciting attractions open. The Honolulu Half Pipe pumps 17,000 gallons of water per minute for guests to catch the perfect wave. Guests can also reach 60 miles per hour as they fly 100-feet in the air on the Sky Coaster. The Tropical Mini Golf includes 54 challenging holes on three golf courses landscaped with beautiful flowers, sculpted trees, and waterfalls as guests make their way through caves, wooden bridges, and wooden Tiki heads. For thrill seekers, the Cyclone Twister spins guests over 50 miles per hour in a bucket 140 feet in the air. The Kowabunga Café also has a new, full menu with an assortment of delicious food.
“With our new leadership team, we have updated and revamped every attraction at the Adventure Park,” said Tim Murphy, CEO of Boomers Parks. “Newly renovated landscaping and fresh paint on attractions are only minor details on how the team went above and beyond to provide a clean, safe place for fun. We are looking forward to providing guests with a happy experience after such an unprecedented year.”
Big Kahuna’s Adventure Park guests and team members are screened for COVID symptoms in accordance to the CDC and State Guidelines. All team members have been provided personal protective gear for every shift. Attractions, restrooms and high touch areas will be rigorously cleaned throughout the day and numerous, accessible sanitation stations are placed throughout the park.
Big Kahuna’s Water Park opening date is April 17.
For information on Big Kahuna’s Adventure Park, visit https://bigkahunas.com
Boomers is comprised of eight parks: six family entertainment centers and two water parks. Locations currently open to the public are Boomers Boca Raton, Irvine, Santa Maria, Livermore, Modesto, SpeedZone Los Angeles, Sahara Sam’s Water Park in West Berlin, NJ, and Big Kahuna’s Water and Adventure Park in Destin, FL.