1 Hour Session $20
Double Session $30
Early Bird Special $15
(10:00 & 11:00, M-F)
Double Early Bird Special $25
(DOUBLE SESSION 10:00 - 12:00, M-F)
JUNE 24th – SEPTEMBER 4th
Yes. There are concessions available on site.
No. Participants must use life jackets provided by the WhoaZone.
Yes. Sizes Youth through Adult XXXL are available.
No. You can purchase your pass on site, but we are a first come, first serve business.
Yes. We require this for your safety.
If you are under 18, a parent or legal guardian will need to accompany you and sign the waiver.
You must be at least 7 years old and 45” in height to enter the WhoaZone.
CASH, CREDIT CARD or DEBIT CARD.
YES. Every participant must sign a waiver and have a waiver on file in order to participate.
YES. Each session is $20, regardless of age.
There are multiple hotels in the Hammond, area that are no more than 15-30 minutes away. Here is a link to hotels in the area.
No. We do not allow selfie sticks on the WhoaZone Inflatables because of the danger of injuring other people as well as possibly popping the inflatables. You may bring your GO Pros on the WhoaZone inflatables but if they fall into the water no one is allowed to dive under and retrieve it. You will be bringing them on at your own risk.
No. There is no fee to use Whihala Beach, but metered parking fees are $15/day.
No we are not pet friendly, but we do allow service dogs.
Yes. Since the WhoaZone at Whihala Beach is located within the City of Whiting, we will be closed when the beach is closed due to inclement weather or high bacteria counts.
The WhoaZone at Whihala Beach offers stand-up paddleboards, corcls, kayaks and beach cabanas available for rent. Whihala Beach offers food concessions, toilets, rinse showers, grilling area, boat launch, swimming, sand volleyball courts, walking and bike trail and fishing (Indiana waters require proper fishing licenses).
Yes, but alcoholic beverages and glass containers are prohibited on the beach.
Yes. All participants are required to wear an approved life jacket at all times while on the equipment.
1 HOUR. Each session is 1 HOUR and includes a 15-minute Safety Orientation and Rules of Conduct review. The Reviews usually start in 10 minutes before each session, so the actual time spent on the obstacle course is 50-55 minutes.
YES. The park is cleared of all participants at the end of each session. All participants will be required to attend the orientation again regardless of if they did it before.