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Explore the Emerald Coast at Big Kahuna's


Looking for a fun summer adventure for your family? Check out Big Kahuna's Water and Adventure Park.

Big Kahuna’s Water and Adventure Park, known as, “The Largest Water Park on the Emerald Coast,” received several updates this past year and is currently open to the public. The newly renovated Water Park includes more than 40 water slides and attractions. Thrill seekers will enjoy all of the rides, especially the Monkey River with 360 degree turns and plenty of twists. There are plenty of fountains, waterfalls, slides and shallow pools for toddlers and preschoolers. Guests can ride four thrill-seeking attractions at the Adventure Park. The Cyclone Twister swings riders 140 feet in the air at over 50 MPH! Or, reach 60 MPH and fly 100 feet in the air as you swoop back down to the ground on the Sky Coaster. Ride the Honolulu Half Pipe as 17,000 gallons of water are pumped per minute on the ultimate non-stop wave. Enjoy the new beautifully landscaped Tropical Mini golf as you meander through waterfalls, obstacles like tiki heads, and over wooden bridges.

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09 Jun 2021


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