Comings and Goings

A new water park just celebrated its grand opening in White Settlement right in time for summer. Hawaiian Falls boasts a football field-sized wave pool, lazy river, ziplining and multiple spiraling water slides for aquatic fun, as well as an indoor arcade and 60-foot climbing and rappelling wall open year round. Its new location at 8905 Clifford St. is the park's newest addition to its other parks in Garland, The Colony, Mansfield, Roanoke, Waco and Pflugerville.

Fort Worth Camera is moving from its home off the West 7th Street corridor to a new two-story, state-of-the-art location on the southwest corner of Montgomery Street and Crestline Road. Construction at the new location in the museum district, 1600 Montgomery St., is set break ground before the fall, and its grand opening will take place in the summer of 2016. MacKenzie Hughes, the store’s marketing manager, said the company’s goal is to make the new Fort Worth Camera location the best, most modern camera store in Texas.

Mother Rucker’s Sweets is known for Karel Rucker’s delectable brownies, specialty cookies, gift baskets and more, as well as their online ordering and shipping option, ideal for holidays and special occasions. The company has been working out of a small plant in east Fort Worth and is now relocating to a new 32,000-square-foot facility in the Arlington Westway Business Center. The location at 301 E. Stephens St. will include multiple shipping docks and room for a much-needed expanded kitchen.

Mexican fast-casual restaurant chain, Salsarita’s Fresh Cantina, is on its way to making a new home in North Texas. The restaurant already has 75 locations in 18 states, including existing locations in Longview and Tyler, and now their sights are set on opening a new restaurant in Lewisville. The cantina, which features a menu of tacos, burritos, nachos, salads and more, will also plan to build more locations in Plano, Frisco and Allen over the next four years. —Nicole Crites