White water Water-Park in Branson features over two million gallons of fun, spread out across 13 acres of water rides, slides and waves. Whitewater is located at 3505 West 76 County Blvd in Branon Missouri. For more information, click here.

White Water has numerous slides and attractions to keep even the busiest families active all day long! There are 15 water slides to choose from ranging from mild to wild, they have something for everyone!

Aloha River at Hula Hula Bay, is an amazing lazy river totaling in at over 800 feet in length. The lazy river has a jungle theme to it. Calm waters carry you through the wild island landscape, but watch out for unexpected twists and turns, fountains, misters, bubblers, geysers, a 30-foot tall tiki water tower and more.

Enjoy the high tide of the 500,000-gallon Surf’s Up Wave Pool, float your cares away on the Aloha River or splash with little ones in Coconut Cove. For high thrills take a 70 degree, 40 foot plunge at a screaming 26 feet per second on KaPau Plummet or brave the side by side freefall drop slides at Kalani Towers.

Earn speed-demon status when you race your family and friends on the 4-lane multi-drop mat racing slides, traveling over 25 mph and 312 feet to the finish line. You’ll have a spine tingling, heart-pounding, bone-chilling, wild and wet ride to the bottom!

The smallest splashers in your family will love White Water’s Coconut Cove! This exciting play structure features five slides, four water blasters, “bubbler” fountains, hose jets, tipping buckets and more, all created for interactive play. All pictures used in this article are owned by White Water Water-Park and Silver Dollar City.

This highly-themed family attraction will transport you to the lush Polynesian jungles of the South Pacific. Plan your White Water adventure today! If you plan on staying longer than a day, there is a wonderful campground nearby, complete with Cabin, RV, and Tent sites. For more information, on the campground, click here.


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