White Water opens for the 2023 summer season | Entertainment

As the last days of May draw closer, it can only mean that White Water is finally open.

On Saturday, May 27, to mark the official start of summer vacation in Branson, White Water turned the water pumps back on and put the inflatables on display for the start of Memorial Day weekend. The 13-acre, award-winning water park features more than two million gallons of water fun in the sun and opens daily at 10 a.m. for H20 enthusiasts.

Ranked as one of the top outdoor water parks by USA Today’s 10Best Readers, White Water features more than a dozen rides and slides. plus new lounge chairs and additional shaded seating throughout the park for 2023.

Whether guests are new to the park or consider themselves whitewater experts, adventure seekers of all abilities will relish the thrill of free-fall as the ground falls out of their feet on the KaPau Plummet and they descend four stories through a 360-degree 360-degree spiral -degree horizontal plunge loop; all at 26 feet per second.

For riders more fascinated by heights, the Kalani Towers will be their next fun challenge. As White Water’s tallest slide structure, it rises seven stories above the Ozark Mountains and features two types of drop slides. Compete against up to four challengers on the four-lane mat racing slide or, for true adrenaline junkies, reach speeds of up to 40 miles per hour on the twin-drop slides.

For a respite from the wild to the mild, head to the swimmable Aloha River, a highly engrossing, meandering waterway where stress-free nodules meander through leisurely curves, misting geysers, lush fauna and tropical fountains. For little water adventures, White Water’s Coconut Cove’s waterslides, blasters, hose jets and everyone’s favorite tipping bucket complete this interactive island of little adventures.

White Water guests will also enjoy their time at the park with the 500,000 gallon Surf’s Up Wave Pool, Waikiki Wave Tube Ride, Ohana Falls Raft Ride, Splashaway Cay and the Pipeline Plunge slide.

For parents, grandparents, or old-souled kids looking for a relaxing private space, White Water offers cabanas for rent that come complete with tables, chairs, ceiling fans, TVs, personal lockers, lounge chairs, and tubes. For an even more enjoyable experience, premium cabanas are available with a personal host who takes care of all the catering.

For big swimmers comes a big appetite, which is why Branson Waterpark offers dining options throughout the day, including guest favorites Hula Hula Taco, Big Kahuna Pizza & BBQ and High Tide Hannah’s Island CafĂ©, with complementary creations like refreshing lemonade , iced coffee and smoothies, all served with a tropical flair.

White Water, a Silver Dollar City attraction, will be open Saturday, May 27 through Labor Day, Monday, September 4 for the 2023 season. Guests must be at least 16 years old to enter the park unaccompanied. Persons under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a supervisor who is at least 16 years old.

As the summer nights get longer, so does the fun at White Water, as the park stays open until 10pm on Saturdays from July 8th to August 5th. Season pass holders have the opportunity to enter the park 10 minutes earlier each day.

Whitewater day pass ticket prices for 2023 (before taxes) are $48 for 12-64 year olds and $32 for 4-11 year olds and over 65 year olds. A two-day pass is $68 for ages 12-64 and $52 for ages 4-11 and over 65. A three-day pass costs $78 for ages 12-64 and $62 for ages 4-11 and over 65. Children up to 3 years have free admission. A Splash Pass, which gives the holder unlimited access to skip-the-line whitewater rafting for a day, costs $55.

White Water is located at 3505 W. Highway 76 in Branson. For more information or to purchase tickets or passes online, visit silverdollarcity.com/white-water.


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