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.
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We used to love this park but after this visit we will never go back. First thing a diabetic was going in with her family in front of us as landlubber not swimming. They confiscated a few chocolates in purse she carries in case her blood sugar drops. REALLY are you that desperate to sell your over priced lousy food. It was three small bites of chocolate to quickly raise blood sugar in emergency. Shame on you. Next we waited in line in the blazing sun for 45 minutes to get a salad and they were out. It was 11:45 and sold out already! Ordered something else paid outrageous amount and it was awful. No napkins anywhere in the park! No one controlling rafts at the lazy river so young people pushed and shoved and over run old folks and small children. We eventually gave up. Left the park without riding much of anything, hungry, dissapointed and much poorer. Overpriced waste of time
Visiting White Water is one of my favorite activities when visiting Branson. The kids and I enjoy all of the attractions. I have been to other water parks and I find White Water to be more accomodating than others. They have a wide varieties of rides as well as wave pool & lazy river. Other water parks that I have visited are sometimes so crowded that you can't move comfortably in the wave pool or fit in the lazy river; but I have not had that experience at White Water.
Little Rock, Arkansas
Great place to spend a hot summer day! Family fun. Food available, attentive staff. Fair price for all the activities available.
If you like water parks, this place is fun. The kids had a great time. Its the only water park in Branson that I am aware of.
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May I bring a cooler or food items into the park?
Coolers or food items are not allowed to be brought inside 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 3pm can I still get the next day free on a one day ticket?
Yes. If you arrive at White Water after 3pm 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!
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.
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?
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?
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