White Water Branson#8 in Best Things To Do in Branson
Visitors to White Water Branson, Silver Dollar City's sister attraction, will get the opportunity to splash in more than 2 million gallons of water. Along with a lazy river and a speed slide, White Water Branson also contains a 500,000-gallon wave pool.
Most travelers say the water park afforded a great time, while others said that while staff members were friendly, the park's attractions were average when compared to other water parks. To avoid wait times, reviewers recommend arriving at the park when it opens in the morning.
Located just 6 miles east of Silver Dollar City, White Water Branson is just off Route 76, which is also known as Country Boulevard. A general admission pass for adults will set you back $45; children's day passes cost $25 (the cost of which was a common gripe among recent visitors). However, on select extended-hour nights throughout the season, you can enjoy discounted tickets. The park is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day at 10 a.m. Closing times vary, so check the detailed calendar on the website.
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#1 Table Rock Lake
Table Rock Lake covers more than 50,000 acres, with nearly 800 miles of shoreline, in southwestern Missouri. Visitors enjoy the natural diversions of swimming, boating, fishing and even scuba diving at the lake, especially since they're so different than the rest of Branson's activities.
Recent travelers, which ranged from avid fishermen to families with young children, said Table Rock Lake is clean, peaceful and altogether lovely. The fishing, swimming and sunset cruises earn particular high praise among travelers.
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