White Water in Branson, MO

3505 West Highway 76Branson, MO 65616
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Overview

Silver Dollar City’s 13-acre water park, White Water features a variety of tropical-themed attractions for many ages. The park is home to exciting rides like the 800-foot-long Aloha River at Hula Hula Bay, the seven-story Kalani Towers and the 70-degree plunging KaPau Plummet. There are also water blasters, wave pools, speed slides, giant typhoons, gushing geysers and much more.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Branson Travel Experts
  • Get there early for the best chairs. Remember water shoes as the pavement does get hot.
  • Silver Dollar City’s 13-acre water park, White Water features a variety of tropical-themed attractions for many ages.
  • The park is home to exciting rides like the 800-foot-long Aloha River at Hula Hula Bay, the seven-story Kalani Towers and the 70-degree plunging KaPau Plummet.
  • There are also water blasters, wave pools, speed slides, giant typhoons, gushing geysers and much more.

Description

from White Water
Explore 13 acres of waves, water rides and slides at Branson’s White Water! Over 2 million gallons of fun for all ages await your family with attractions including interactive kid’s area Coconut Cove, Surf’s Up Wave Pool and the Aloha River at Hula Hula Bay. Plus, find family adventure on Ohana Falls and heart-pounding drops on thrill slides like KaPau Plummet and Kalani Towers.

Reserve Branson Customer Reviews

45 Reviews
Kacey Arnold
Boonville , MO
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Kids had a blast!"
August, 2018
So many things to do! We wanted to stay all day but a thunderstorm and an afternoon of rain sent us home. Next year!
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Cherise STOECKIG
Sedalia, MO
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Was a blast"
August, 2018
My kids had a blast, the life guards should all be on one level, all nice people, rides were fun and exciting.
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Heather Allgood
Bernie, MO
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Alot of fun"
August, 2018
It was fun for a water park. They had all the things you would expect from a water park. It was a little chilly so it wasn't as enjoyable as it would have been if it were hot but you can't predict the weather. My daughter had a lot of fun on the water slides and loved the wave pool.
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Tip: The foods a little pricey. I would make sure I got 1 of the water proof cases from the gift shop next time.

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Reserve Branson Customer
Springdale , AR
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Pretty fun"
August, 2018
Food not bad for the price, could be a little better. Drinks super expensive. More tubes are needed and a worker needs to be ensuring tubes low on air are rotated out or aired up. Water shoes that are completely covering feet and/or strapped on should be allowed to stay on instead they make you take those off plus your sunglasses. You are left holding on to those and trying to hold on to the tubes. Going with no shoes and no sunglasses is painful.
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Michelle Kline
CORYDON, IA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Full day of family fun !"
July, 2018
Plenty of water activities for all age groups! We did the two day pass . If you plan to stay all day with a large group I would rent a cabana. They have plenty of places for food /drinks and a shop for all kinds of stuff . Make sure you bring water shoes. The pavement gets hit enough to burn your feet!
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Tip: Lockers are a small fee , when you turn your key in you get a 10 dollar refund. And make sure you bring water shies.

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Melissa Moore
Olive Branch, MS
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Great time at White Water"
July, 2018
Our family recently went to White Water for 2 days. We had a wonderful time! The staff was very friendly and helpful. The kids had a great time. My husband and I were able to relax as well! Will definitely be back!
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Tip: Get there early to get a spot in the shade

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Jason McLean
Comanche, OK
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Typical waterpark"
July, 2018
Small water park....not what I was expecting. Three waterslides, wave pool, lazy river, and child's area. Park was clean and not too crowded. Not too impressed.
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Gail LINDSLEY
Pasco, WA
4 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Too old and outdated"
July, 2018
This water park should of been closed years ago. They need to build a larger and updated one out by the park.
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Tip: Not for anyone over 200 lbs

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Arin W
Springfield, Missouri
"Nighttime is the Right Time"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed October 15, 2018 NEW
We took advantage of the Night Swim deal, and it was well worth it. Even with less time at the park, we were able to go on rides multiple times, and the park was shadier than it would be in the afternoon. The rides are great overall, and there are attractions for all ages. My one complaint is that the food prices are ridiculously high, even for an water park. Buying a single soft pretzel will set you back $6! We decided to get dinner elsewhere; there are plenty of great restaurants to choose from in Branson.
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codywilley
"Little crowded but still fun"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed September 17, 2018
Middle of August heat so of course it was popular and busy. Still lots of fun and lines moved fairly quick. KaPau Plummet is a blast, but they make guys remove their shirts if wearing one and you can feel every seam where the tubes are joined and it stings. Lazy River is nice and long. Wave pool gets crowded. We would go again, spent all day there.
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Crystal H
"Great for kids of all ages"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed September 15, 2018
My two toddlers love coming here and playing in the kids area. Weekends can some times be crowded. But we like to come on week days!
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lencho_79
Chicago, Illinois
"Nice water park!"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed September 07, 2018
Your typical water park, Friendly staff members and clean. Water was not super cold. not crowded for a hot week.
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gr82Bhere
Tulsa, Oklahoma
"Used to be awesome. "
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed September 02, 2018
Not sure what was going on during this visit but it just seemed off. Around noon the music started BLASTING from the speakers and didn’t let up for the the rest of the day. I felt like I was in a bar having to yell over music the rest of the time. Overall kids had fun, but between the loud music and a fair-like crowd, it was not the wholesome family vibe we’ve been used to in the past.
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Frequently Asked Questions about White Water

May I bring a cooler or food items into the park?
Coolers or food items are not allowed to be brought into the park, but there is a picnic area located immediately outside the ticket booth (park entrance) where guests can enjoy their brought-from-home-refreshments. No alcohol or glass will be permitted in the picnic area.

If I go to the water park after 3:00 pm can I still get the next day free on a one day ticket?
Yes.  If you arrive at White Water after 3:00 pm on your first day, you go the next day for a full day. 

Are life jackets provided?
Life jackets are provided (no charge) for small children and non-swimmers.

Is food available for purchase at the park?
Yes, there is a great selection of foods and snacks at several locations at the park. Pizza, salads, sub-sandwiches and cheeseburgers are just a few of the entrée selections. Ice cream, slushie drinks, pretzels, nachos, and Kid's meals are all available. And don't forget the ice cold drinks! Gluten free options are also available for purchase.

Are there changing rooms, showers, and lockers available?
Yes. Changing rooms and showers are on site. Lockers are available to rent for $6.00. In addition to the rental fee, a $10.00 refundable deposit is required. Family lockers are available to rent for $15.00.

Is smoking allowed in the park?
We have designated smoking areas. Please ask for specific information at the front-gate regarding designated smoking areas.

Are tubes available?
Tubes are provided for all rides and are available at no extra charge.

I forgot my bathing suit, do you have suits for sale?
There is a large selection of name brand merchandise which includes men's, women's and children's suits, cover-ups and t-shirts. There is also a wide variety of hats, sunglasses, sunscreen, and souvenir items.

Do you sell beach towels?
Yes, beach towels are sold in the Surfside Trading Company.

May I bring floats?
You may bring flotation devices, within these guidelines. No conventional or automobile inner tubes are allowed. No Styrofoam flotation devices, No double rafts, or one-person flotation rafts are allowed in Coconut Cove, Splashaway Cay, Surf's Up Wave Pool and the Aloha River at Hula Hula Bay. No flotation devices over 6 feet in length.

Are alcoholic beverages sold or allowed to be consumed in the park?
No.

May my 15-year-old stay at the park while I shop at the Branson malls?
All children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. Children under 18 years of age need to be able to reach their parents/guardians in case of medical issues/emergencies.

May I bring my pet?
No pets are allowed on premises except for those that assist disabled guests.

Is there a charge for parking?
No.

What is the dress code for White Water?
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.