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White Water, Branson

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White Water Branson is a 13-acre commercial recreational water park located in the small tourist town of Branson, in southwestern Missouri on the border with Arkansas and is known by most in the area as just White Water. It features a wave pool for swimming, water rides, private poolside cabana rentals, dining and shopping. It is open seasonally from May to September. Admission is per-person per-day with some package rates.HistoryWhen it opened in 1980, the park was intended to simulate a beachside landing, featuring the very first wave pool, and public and private cabanas. The park has been expanded over the years to meet the thrill needs of the modern era incorporating large and thrilling water rides.Park RulesChildren under 16 must be accompanied by adult. No pets, no alcohol, no food from outside park, smoking only in designated areas.RidesSome rides have height requirements.SurfQuake Wave Pool - A large pool with tube slides for floating. Large waves are expelled every 15 minutes. Maximum depth is 8ft. When wakes occur pool may be 12ft deep at most.Aloha River (Formerly "Lazy River") - A large interactive pool, with a stream traveling up to 5mph while passengers float on provided inner tubes.Ohana Falls (Formerly "Tropical Twister") - A ProSlide Mammoth style family ride.Pipeline Plunge (Formerly "Caribbean Plunge") - Two tube slides ending in a catch poolWaikiki Wave - A series of intense tube slides. There are blue and white ones. They do not permit double inner tubes. Added in 2005Kalani Towers - New in 2007, it is a four-person ProSlide Racer (The Tower Racer), and a steep 70 degree drop freefall body slide (The Speed Slide). Also known as a ProSlide Pipeline.Kapau Plummet-New for 2014,The tower is 40 feet tall. Its two three foot wide slides use 1000 gallons of water per minute, are each just over 240 feet long and transport riders at speeds up to 26 feet per second. The $1.7 million ride has a capacity of 360 riders per hour.The tubes are translucent.
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  • Out of the four of us I was the only one that did not love my meal. One had the Maple Salmon, another had the Trout Almondine, another had the top sirloin. They all loved their meal. I had the Chicken...  more »
  • Cool attractions, many slides. It has life for fewer swimmers and staff to take care of you.
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  • We reserved a cabana which was okay but at other water parks you tend to get a lot more. We went on a rainy hot day which worked because the park was empty until about 2 hours later, It seems the wate...  more »
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  • 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.
  • We had a great time here. It had just enough of what we were looking for. There were thrill rides for my older kids and a kiddy area that was great. My 3 and 6 year old were loving it. Yes, the food is a bit pricey, but all food in any place like this is pricey. We ate lunch before going in the park at noon and stayed until 6pm and then ordered a couple of pizzas afterward. We did get some ice cream half way through. An ice cream cone was about $3.50, but it was also about 8 inches tall, so not horrible.
  • Wonderful place to take your family. So many rides and activities for all ages. My 6 year old had a blast! Lockers for safety and you get some of your money back when you return the key.
  • Family fun, food prices are reasonable. I do wish they had more umbrellas out in the general seating area! We purchase season tickets most years and so far in 2017 we've been 4 times!
  • Great for the whole family. Loved watching the kids have such fun today. Today my kids love me lol. Can't wait to come back

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Packed with good-value motel rooms, Branson offers decent accommodations at affordable prices even during the height of the tourist season. If you've come to enjoy the views of the Ozarks, look for vacation rental cabins, many of which are available on a nightly basis. A short drive out of town, most two- or three-bedroom cabins offer free Wi-Fi and fully equipped kitchens, along with access to enclosed yards ideal for hosting small parties. To stay in town without breaking the bank, look for mid-range hotels near Highway 76.
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