Last Day of Castaway Island for 2020 is Monday, September 7, 2020
Castaway Island is FREE with Park admission!
Castaway Island features a tidal river (think lazy river but with waves), a 60′ tower with THREE water slides, the Lil’ Squirts Lagoon for kids, a Rain Fortress, private cabanas, a new restaurant, a tiki bar, new changing facilities and more!! Proper bathing attire required.
Please note: In addition to the 2020 capacity restrictions for the Park, Castaway Island will also have a lower than normal capacity. Depending on the weather, this could mean that there will be a wait time to enter Castaway or in more favorable conditions it could mean that entry will not be possible during your entire visit.
(Last Day of Castaway Island for 2020 is Monday, September 7, 2020)
Castaway Island's Tidal River
Think Lazy River but with Waves!
The centerpiece of the all new Castaway Island is the Tidal River. One of only a few tidal rivers ever created, guests enter a refreshing zero-entry wave pool before making their journey to the entrance of the river. As you glide past the Tiki Guardian, waves are formed every 10 seconds propelling you through a tranquil island oasis around our Slide Island.
Proper swimwear required and guests under 42″ in height must wear a complimentary life jacket.
Castaway Island's River Slides
Python, Anaconda & Constrictor
Take the River Bridge over the powerful Tidal River to get to Slide Island. Guests can walk up the 62′ tower to find three very different types of water slides. One slide is entirely open at the top so you can still get your sun tan while soaring down to the run-off pool. The second slide is entirely enclosed so you feel like your traveling through a dark tunnel in the tropics. The third slide gets wide, then skinny, then wide, then skinny, causing you to whip through the experience.
Proper swimwear required. Minimum of 48″ in height to ride. Single person uses single tube with 300lb max capacity and 2 people use double tube with a 400lb total max capacity.
Castaway Island's Rain Fortress
Over 180 ways to get wet!
The “original” Castaway Island Rain Fortress features over 180 ways to get wet including water slides, endless mazes of ropes, bridges and interactive elements AND a giant tipping bucket at the top! Castaway opens from 10:30am-6:30pm, weather and temperature permitting.
Riders must be at least 40″ tall to ride the tall dark green slides
The entire Castaway Island (original Rain Fortress and the newly expanded area) will be closing for the season on Labor Day.
Castaway Island's Lil Squirts Play Pad
Perfect for the little ones!
This 2,900 gallon splash pad is perfect for your little ones to splash and play with a water depth of 0″-8″. The cool features include a spraying mushroom, banana and a water worm complete with palm tree and cartoon monkey. Plus, check out those coconuts on that palm tree, they may even spray you with water too!
48″ max height. Over 48″ may enter when accompanying a small child.
Castaway Island's Private Cabanas
Secure a private cabana for a truly personal service. The Cabanas at Castaway Island feature a private 12’x12′ covered area for up to 8 guests including private seating and lounge chairs. Plus, the Cabanas have televisions with 25 channels and 5 music channels, a mini-fridge, ceiling fan, and a personal code-locked safe.Reserve your Cabana NOW!
Castaway Island's Monkey Bar
A refreshing adult oasis!
Take a sip on your perfectly crafted adult beverages while sitting on the elevated patio deck overlooking the Tidal River!
Castaway Island's Dole Whip Pineapple Bar
Amazing, sweet, delicious treat!
Walk away with an awesome Dole Whip! This sweet treat is served “Pineapple style” and will refresh you even on the hottest of days!
Castaway Island's Outrigger Grill
Grab & Go Lunch with a tropical flare!
When your stomach starts to grumble from all your floating and swimming, swing on in to the Outrigger Grill for a Caribbean twist on favorites such as grilled chicken, burgers, chicken tenders, fish sandwiches & assorted wraps!
AS THE LEGEND GOES…
Cano, the Goddess of Tides and Queen of Water reigned supreme. While traveling her coastal domain, a vision appeared in a tide pool telling her that her world would soon be lost. She was to take her three children, Earth, Air, and Fire, to a secluded oasis. Cano touched her finger to the sea and created an island. Over this island she placed Kanaloa, an octopus of protection. She then captured the sun and placed it beneath the octopus to create paradise.
Cano needed to send word to her three children to come to the island. She carved directions to this new home on the Tablet of Earth, the Tablet of Air, and the Tablet of Fire.
Cano, Earth, Air, and Fire all lived on this island for thousands of years in peaceful harmony. Cano created a water oasis, Earth created beautiful grounds, Air created a summer breeze, and Fire created the food that would sustain them forever.
Thousands of years later the tablets were found. Archeologists have been working for centuries to decipher the location of this cast away island and they are close. Kanaloa and the Tiki Guardians will ensure this oasis is preserved for all of time.