Cool Down in Branson’s White Water

Heat and high temperature are the two problems that people face in the summer. And to somehow alleviate the effects of these conditions on us, we tend to look for vacation destinations with big bodies of water. But another problem arises when we can’t seem to find the perfect summer destination. Worry no more because here in Branson, you’ll always have that dream summer vacation no matter how hot it gets; White Water is just waiting for you and your family and it is absolutely a great way to beat that heat!

Silver Dollar City is a family of thrill rides and attractions, and White Water is part of it. It is a water theme park that is filled with over 2 million gallons of water! Being a 13-acre park filled with rides and attractions, the whole family will surely enjoy the White Water in Branson! For your convenience, cabanas are available for use for only $100 on Sundays through Fridays and $125 on Saturdays. Take a ride as we explore the greatness of White Water.

The three most popular rides/attractions in White Water are Aloha River, Kalani Towers, and Coconut Cove. Aloha River, from its name, is a Hawaiian-themed relaxing float ride that takes you through a South Pacific paradise. There are fountains, geysers, and the 30-foot tall tiki water dot the landscape around this 800-foot long family ride. It has such an amazing theme that the aura will take you to a whole different place. The Kalani Towers is one of White Water’s newest attractions. Take a ride in its exciting 2 lanes of free fall body surfing and 4 lanes for racing and travel up to 40mph down this thrilling ride! But the White Water in Branson would not be complete without a ride for the kiddos without worrying parents worrying about child safety; Coconut Cove is fantastic for the kids with slides, interactive sprays, and shooting nozzles all over the area of a shallow pool of water just for them.

The White Water in Branson also features four eateries within the park for your convenience. Enjoy a hassle-free day with these eateries. Big Island Marketplace, which is located near Aloha River, offers snacks such as fruit cups, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for kids, pretzels, and nachos. Another one is High Tide Hannah’s Island Café, which has a number of menu items that are definitely perfect for a family lunch out, including chicken strips, cheeseburgers, salads, and wraps just to name a few. And for those mid-afternoon hunger pangs, Surf’s Up Snacks is for you. From sub sandwiches to fresh hand-cut fries and funnel cakes, leave it up to them to satisfy your hunger. But a meal would not be complete without something for the sweet tooth. Take a stop at Island Delights for those sweet treats, like soft served ice cones, ICEE, and root beer floats.

Still can’t believe it? See it for yourself! The White Water in Branson is conveniently located just off Highway 76 and near Thousand Hills Golf Resort, and it operates from May to August. Season passes are on sale now and offer pass holders unlimited visits for the one time price throughout the entire season. Two-park season passes are also available for admission to not just White Water but also Silver Dollar City. And pass holders are eligible for discounts at other Branson attractions such as The Butterfly Place, Talking Rocks Cavern, and Ride the Ducks. There are also available for groups with fifteen or more paid admissions. Veterans are offered a 2-day ticket for the price of a 1-day ticket at either Silver Dollar City or White Water. But this offer limited to active, retired, or disabled veterans, their spouses, and dependent children. Children 4-11 years old receive a complimentary 2-day ticket when accompanied by a parent purchasing a 2-day ticket.

Visit www.bransonwhitewater.com or call 1-855-350-8300 for more information.

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