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White Water
3505 West HWY 76
Branson
MO
65616
Tel: 800 475 9370

Directions

From whichever direction to Branson you are coming, aim to get on the MO-76/76 Country Blvd/Main S exit. The entrance of White Water will be on your right, at 3505 West Highway 76 Branson, MO.

Where are we going today?

Who's ready to get their splash ON!  White Water has very cool attractions for everyone - from the very mild to fast-paced thrills!

Now, we don't want to give TOO much away for those who haven't visited before, but here's a little sneak peak:

Let's start with the KaPau Plummet.  And yes, it has "plummet" in the title!  Edge yourself to the start of two duelling 235-foot slides, each launching you brave souls from a drop-floor into a 70 degree plunge!

For those little ones there is the sweetly named Coconut Cove where they can enjoy the kid-friendly structure with multi lane slides, and a splash-loving shallow pool.

Want to have fun with your friend?  Raging River Rapids lets you jump in a tandem inflatable or race each other to the end of a 200 foot slide!  Parents love this one because there is a lovely deck area and cascading waterfalls for them to enjoy.

The last thing we'll mention when it comes to the attractions is the 500,000 gallon wave pool!  Surfs Up!  So you'll have to visit to find out more - but here's a hint - more than one other ride mentions "Drop" in the description....

In addition to the super fun attractions, there are special events held throughout the year.  Thursday Night Bucks Nights, Friday Night Dive-In Movies, and night-time swim sessions!  Make sure you don't miss your favorite!

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsOne day admission: $63.41 (Ages 12 - 61)
  • ChildrenOne day admission: $52.66 (Ages 4 - 11)
  • Free Under: Age 3 and Under
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

Opening times vary depending on day, but common is 10am - 6pm/10pm.

Late May to early September

I'm Hungry!

There are a number of tasty restaurants you can indulge your watery appetites in! Big Island Marketplace are great for snack or something cold, there's a Domino's Pizza as well as High Tide Hannah's Island Café which serve chicken strips, burgers and hot dogs. and Surfs Up looks after hand-cut fries and corn dogs for you!.

Any Top Tips?

Lifejackets are provided free of charge for small children and non-swimmers - very important and the park take safety very seriously! .

Need a little extra help?

The park is wheelchair accessible, as are the restrooms .

Can I get one of those?

The Surfside Trading Company sells souvenirs and anything you may have forgotten that you really will need - such as swimmers!.

What people are saying?

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    We had a group of 11 people and 4 of them went on the white water rafting trip and enjoyed it thoroughly. Those of us who were on the sidelines were able to walk over to where they were getting their equipment and then we stood along the water's edge and took pics as they flew by.

    We had lunch and then 8 of us stayed and walked the trails and saw the Catawba River where people were swimming and kayaking.

    Some of us wanted to go on the zip line but the line was 1 and 1/2 hours long and so decided to go another day.

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    Great family adventure type experience. Many levels of difficulty available depending on how adventurous you are. We spent one 7+ hour day there, but could certainly have gone back another 1-2 days, as there were so many courses/challenges we didn't have a chance to do. The facility is very clean/well-kept and in a beautiful setting.

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    Love this place. Be sure to thoroughly check out the web site before you go to see which activities are open for the day and then plan to stay for the entire day. The best way to approach a visit is to first schedule your whitewater raft trip if this is something that you wish to do and plan other things around that. DO NOT BE LATE FOR YOUR RAFT TIME or you may have trouble finding another available time that day unless you want to pay $5 to reserve a specific time. You experience more actual whitewater in a one-hour session than you would on...Read More

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    The place was easy to locate and easy to enter. Beautiful location and the idea of it is fantastic. The downside far outweighed the upside. After entering it was very difficult to figure how to access each area and the staff seemed like they didnt care. The next thing was once we figured out how to get involved we had to wait for a helmet that someone else was just wearing. It seems there are not sanitary measure taken and the helmets were almost nausiating in odor. The lifejacket also smelled terribly and the rafting helmets were even worse. We...Read More

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    This place is amazing!!! If you love outdoor activities, there is nothing to dislike about the USNWC. Every activity is tons of fun. I recommend taking 2 days to see/do everything. Day 1 can be a dry day, day 2 can be a wet day.

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by Sandra Campoli

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We had a group of 11 people and 4 of them went on the white water rafting trip and enjoyed it thoroughly. Those of us who were on the sidelines were able to walk over to where they were getting their equipment and then we stood along the water's edge and took pics as they flew by.

We had lunch and then 8 of us stayed and walked the trails and saw the Catawba River where people were swimming and kayaking.

Some of us wanted to go on the zip line but the line was 1 and 1/2 hours long and so decided to go another day.

We will be back and this time be more prepared for all of the possibilities. The facilities and grounds are beautiful and much has been made of the space.

by Mike Lynch

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Love this place. Be sure to thoroughly check out the web site before you go to see which activities are open for the day and then plan to stay for the entire day. The best way to approach a visit is to first schedule your whitewater raft trip if this is something that you wish to do and plan other things around that. DO NOT BE LATE FOR YOUR RAFT TIME or you may have trouble finding another available time that day unless you want to pay $5 to reserve a specific time. You experience more actual whitewater in a one-hour session than you would on most two-day rafting trips on rivers in the region. When you look at it from that perspective, the price isn't really that bad.

Good food, excellent craft beers, and very helpful staff. So glad that I live close enough to have a season All-Sport pass!

by richard collmar

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The place was easy to locate and easy to enter. Beautiful location and the idea of it is fantastic. The downside far outweighed the upside. After entering it was very difficult to figure how to access each area and the staff seemed like they didnt care. The next thing was once we figured out how to get involved we had to wait for a helmet that someone else was just wearing. It seems there are not sanitary measure taken and the helmets were almost nausiating in odor. The lifejacket also smelled terribly and the rafting helmets were even worse. We missed our rafting appointment because it took three hours to finally do the 20 second zip line and then the staff acted like we were a problem for going to the later time. Overall a nice area and great idea, just nobody seemed to care and if you have any problem wearing someone elses sweat,, dont go. I wont return.

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