Editor's Pick – White Water is a great place to cool off during the summer with nearly 5,000 feet of slides and several exciting water rides. This Branson, Missouri waterpark offers a clean, family friendly environment and a collection of the industry's best water slides. In total, White Water Waterpark, offer two million gallons of water fun.
Ride fanatics will find plenty of thrilling rides. KaPau Plummet, the biggest thrill ride in the waterpark's history, features side-by-side, dueling 245-foot slides that launch riders from a drop floor capsule into a 70-degree descent. Riders will on this speed slide will reach speeds of up to 26-feet per second!
Other favorites include the Kalani Towers. This seven-story, six-slide, multi-experience attraction is named after the Hawaiian word that means "Big Chief". Kalani Towers stands 75-feet high and has two 300-foot long freefall drop slides and four additional 312-foot side-by-side lane slides for racing.
Surf fans can ride tubes and body surf the breaking waves in the 500,000-gallon Surf's Up Wave Pool. There is also a lazy river for guests to relax in and soak up the sun. Families can explore Splashaway Cay a 20,000 square food water playground with water slides, interactive fountains, geysers, climbing nets, and more. For little ones, White Water has Coconut Cove a shallow pool with smaller, less scary slides.
White Water has clean changing rooms, locker rentals, and a large gift shop selling souvenirs and necessities. Food and beverages are sold at multiple locations throughout the waterpark. Private cabanas with four lounge chairs, television, and private locker are available for an additional charge.
Type of park:
Reopened June 15, 2020. Open daily Memorial Day weekend to mid-August, then weekends to Labor Day
Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.
2020 Admission Rates
Multiple day tickets valid for White Water and Silver Dollar City are available.