White Water Park Details in Branson, Mo
Tired of the rides in other theme parks that only get you a little wet? Then grab your bathing suit and run on over to White Water. You will get wet.
Rides and Family Attractions
Raging River Rapids - This double-speed slide is the newest addition to White Water and features two slides that let visitors race each other down a 400 foot plunge.
Caribbean Plunge - Hop on a tube and pick between two different slides.
Aloha River at Hula Hula Bay - Float down a relaxing the stream in a tube or just swim around.
Little Squirts' Waterworks® - This area was designed specifically with the little ones in mind. It has nozzles, wheels, spouts, and more, all on a non-slip surface in shallow water.
Paradise Plunge - This ride also features two slides that take their passengers down a triple-drop, 207-foot plunge.
RainTree Island® - This attraction is fun for kids of all ages. It features 20,000 square feet of water fun. There are slides, aqua-shooters, geysers, elevated walkways, and a 150 foot long escape slide.
Surf's Up Wave Pool - This is a 50,000 gallon wave pool that lets visitors ride on tubs or body surf.
Tropical Twister - The Tropical Twister is an excellent family ride, because you can all fit onto one huge raft.
Delites - A hand-dipped ice cream shop that offers a variety of shakes and cones.
Dominos Pizza - Yes, there's even a Dominos Pizza, here. Buy by the slice, get a whole pizza, just cinnastix, bread sticks, or drinks.
Creekside Cantina - Here, visitors can enjoy hamburgers, fries, hotdogs, subs, salads, chicken, fruit novelties, ice cream novelties, and drinks.
Riverwalk Cafe - This concession offers family favorites like funnel cakes, smoothies, corndogs, popcorn, cotton candy, and drinks.
Frequently Asked Questions about White Water
Q: Are coolers or other food items allowed into the park?
A: Coolers are not allowed into the park, but there is a picnic area just outside of the park near the park entrance where guests can enjoy their home-packed lunches.
Q: Are life jackets provided?
A: Life jackets are provided, free of charge, for small children and others who can't swim.
Q: Are there changing rooms, showers, and lockers available?
A: Yes, deposits and additional fees may apply.
Q: Is smoking allowed in the park?
A: There are designated smoking areas inside the park.
Q: Are tubes available?
A: Tubes are provided at each ride, free of charge.
Q: I forgot my bathing suit, are there any for sale at the park?
A: There are many items for sale in the park like swim suits, sunglasses, hats, t-shirts, sunscreen, and more.
Q: May I bring my own floats?
A: Visitors may bring their own floatation devices, following these guidelines: No conventional or automobile inner tubes are allowed. No Styrofoam floatation devices. No double rafts, or one-person floatation rafts are allowed in kiddie areas, the wave pool, or the Lazy River. No floatation devices over 6 feet in length.
Q: Are alcoholic beverages sold or allowed to be consumed inside the park?
All children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
No pets are allowed, except for those that assist disabled guests.
Parking is free.
Water shoes are a good idea in the park, the sidewalk can get very hot.
Revealing swimwear is not allowed.