Hawaiian Falls provided me with free meal wristbands but the opinions are entirely my own.
Hawaiian Falls Pflugerville invited a few local bloggers to visit the park and join the blogging team. I accepted. Normally I would have gotten free tickets but our family already had season passes so they have chosen to compensate me in a different way. I’ll talk about that at a later date.
We frequented Hawaiian Falls last year but they hadn’t finished, Sharkey’s, their food area. We were able to try the BBQ place just before they closed for the season.
This year everything is up and running and they are serving a variety of food. There is something for everyone.
As always, I’m going to be completely honest. You are NOT getting quality food. This is fast park food, though they were crazy packed the day I went so a tad slow. If you frequent theme parks, you know that this is just what to expect for the convenience.
I’m sure you are curious about the menu and pricing. The pricing, again, is theme park prices. I think it was $6-8 for a sandwhich/hot dog and chips. The pizza was in the same price range but did not include chips. We got 2 slices. I am not sure if this is the norm, or if they made a mistake. This price does NOT including drinks.
I had the chopped BBQ sandwich, Nathan had a hotdog, Lucas had pizza and William had a cheeseburger. My kids are picky, but they said the food wasn’t bad.
It will be perfect for those long days where we want to stay and play as long as possible.