Take a break this summer and head to Your Nearby Island Adventure - White Water! With over 2 million gallons of fun water rides and attractions set on 13 lush acres, It's A Refreshing Change In Latitude.
Drift through a tropical paradise on the 800-foot-long Aloha River at Hula Hula Bay with 300,000 gallons of twisting, turning family fun. Ride the tide at the half-million gallon Surf's Up Wave Pool, brave the 7-story super slide Kalani Towers and race to the bottom of the speed slides on Pipeline Plunge. It's a wild island adventure at every turn!
From water-blasters, speed-slides and twisting typhoons to great geysers and lil' soakers, there are water-wonderful rides for everyone at Branson's only outdoor water park! Plan Your Escape Today!
We have season passes and my kids love visiting the park. There are a range of options for everyone from babies to adults. The "big kids area" is a favorite of ours. The kids can play while I read a book. Bring your own empty water bottles to fill at the park to save money. We also bring our own lunch and eat it in the picnic area outside the park.
Great place to take the family and enjoy a little water. Comparing this place to other water parks, it is average to a little below average. They have some good rides just know that this is smaller park.
Had a great time! All the staff were friendly and seemed to really enjoy their jobs. I'm a landscaper so of course I critiqued their landscaping, including the lava rock around the walkways. Not a great choice, seen several people bust their feet open. Could use just a general clean up in the planted areas and better plantings to give people waiting in line something better to look at.
Clean and well maintained water park. We love White Water! Season pass holders for more than 10 years.
We have spent 1 full day there with 3 kids, they loved it. This water park appears to be in a nice shape and clean, not very big at all. Staff was also very friendly. So why 3 stars? The food was terrible and expensive. Almost $50 dollars for an adult to enter?, considering all them little kids don't drive I see the game to overcharge the adults. They were nice enough to have a smoking section with tables, chairs and umbrellas, however, that was turned into personal cabanas by few families with little kids. Would we return? not sure.