Schlitterbahn Kansas City is not expected to reopen for the 2019 season. No official announcement has been made, but after an unfortunate accident in 2016 the waterpark has struggled to repair its reputation.
Part of the Schlitterbahn family of waterparks and the first one outside of Texas.
Schlitterbahn Waterpark in Kansas City features signature attractions like tube chutes, water slides, an uphill water coaster, and a Transportainment river system allowing guest to travel the waterpark in a tube and enjoy several attractions without leaving the water.
Attractions at Schlitterbahn include family favorites like The Torrent River, Raging River tube chute and thrilling water rides like the Storm Blaster uphill Master Blaster™ water coaster. In total there are
The Torrent River is a Schlitterbahn original. Known as a tidal wave river, the Kansas City installation is the world's largest, combining an endless float with ocean-sized waves. Guests enter from Torrent Beach and float on tubes along a 1,600 foot waterway with a giant wave passing by about twice a minute.
Storm Blaster is the park's water coaster that combines the ups and downs of a roller coaster with a water slide. Riders seated in tubes begin a top a launch tower and are sent down a three-story first drop. From there you'll plunge down more hills after climbing others, propelled by jets of water. Storm Blaster is part of the Transportainment river.
In addition Schlitterbahn Kansas City also has four tube slides, two face first mat slides, and several pools and attractions for young children and toddlers.
Guests visiting Schlitterbahn will find unprecedented value including free parking, inner tubes, life jackets, and you're also welcome to bring your own food and beverages inside the park.
Type of park:
July 16, 2009
Not scheduled to operate in 2019.
Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.
2018 Admission Rates
Children 2 and under are admitted free. Discounted admission offered after 3:00 pm.
The waterpark is located in Kansas City on the I-435 west loop at Exit 13, State Avenue East, next to the Village West shopping and entertainment district.