White Water Branson MO
White Water water park Branson, MO opened in 1980 and was advertised as a 'beach within reach.' Over time, it has expanded that reach and grabbed the attention of families all over the country. The tropical paradise of White Water Branson features an exciting variety of thrilling rides, themed attractions, relaxing poolside hangouts and delicious summer snacks and is conveniently located in the midst of several other Branson theaters and attractions. A popular and Night Water event even allows visitors to come early and stay late with extended park hours, dive-in movies, and more.
One of the world's largest travel guide publishers, Fodor's Travel, listed White Water Branson as one of the top 10 Best Water Parks in the USA citing it as a 'well organized, family centered park' with attractions for all ages.
- Splashaway Cay Revamp: Splash and play at Splashaway Cay, which has been repainted and refreshed for the season! Not only was the equipment given a sparkling makeover, but the area also added ten new interactive features that will entertain.
- New Food Court & Added Landscaping: As well as improvements to the Cay, White Water also added a new multi-level shaded food court and vegetation including flowers and even fountains across the park for a more tropical and fun feel.
KaPau Plummet: The newest addition to White Water Branson, these dueling 245 foot slides will get your heart racing with a free fall at 26 feet per second. You'll make one heck of a splash after your 70 degree plunge down through the encapsulated slide.
Aloha River at Hula Hula Bay: Let the calm waters of the Polynesian jungle take you on a relaxing ride through cooling misters, bubblers, geysers, a 30 foot tiki tower and more.
Coconut Cove: This cove is perfect for kiddos who love to splash. Multi-lane slides and spraying and shooting nozzles in a shallow pool provides the little ones with a special place to play while parents watch over.
Kalani Towers: Body surf at 40 miles per hour down these 300 foot drop slides and race all the way down to the big splash.
Ohana Falls: Cool off with this raft ride for all ages as you face unexpected twists and turns, drops and dips.
Pipeline Plunge: You'll love this fast and furious race as you careen around corners and plunge to the pool at the bottom.
Raging River Rapids: Take a fast and furious trip to the pool below as these two 200 foot, interactive double-speed slides send you racing to the finish line.
Splashaway Cay: With 20,000 square feet of island adventure, kids of all ages will have fun splashing and playing in the spraying geysers, elevated walkways, aqua shooters and 150 foot long escape slide.
Surf's Up Wave Pool: This pool holds 500,000 gallons of calm water to swim and float in. Listen for the bell that signals the eruption of 4 foot waves that will have you clambering for your inner tube.
Get out an enjoy an amazing time at White Water Branson!
- What is the dress code?
All guests participating in pools and attractions must be wearing appropriate swimwear. Swimwear may not have buckles, rivets, protruding metal or sharp objects. Corduroy, cutoffs or denim swimwear are not allowed. Cotton shirts are not permitted on any body slides (no exceptions). Body piercings that come in direct contact with the slides are not permitted. White Water is a family park and as such, thong swimsuits and shirts with profanity are not permitted. Inappropriate tattoos must be covered.
- What is included in the admission price?
Includes all rides and attractions.
- Is food available for purchase at the park?
Yes; there are many dining options.
- What on-site amenities are available?
There are shops, restaurants, ATMs, etc.
- What style of dress is recommended?
- Is parking available on-site?
Yes. Parking is free with paid options.
- Are lockers available?
Yes. There is a rental fee.
- Are tubes available?
Tubes are free on tube rides.
- How large is the park?
It is 13 acres.
- Is smoking allowed inside?
There is a designated smoking area.