White Water rapture
White Water features an array of water-based rides and attractions for children, families, and adults. Intrepid visitors can body slide at up to 40 mph at Kalani Towers, which is 7.5 stories tall or plunge in the dark at Bermuda Triangle, a fully-enclosed water feature. Aloha River at Hula Hula Bay is the park’s newest and longest ride; it is mostly gentle and themed for families. Children have their own areas, themed and sized for them.
Hungry and tired after all that sliding and splashing? Snacks, salads, pizza, subs, and ice cream are available from the park’s five concession stands and cafes. Need a place to rest? Public areas are available, as are rental “cool cabanas,” with shade, chairs, some privacy, TV, and a personal locker.
June hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. July hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays; 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekends. The park is open seven days a week for the first two weeks of August and weekends only the rest of the month and Labor Day weekend, after which the season ends. Three day tickets for both White Water and Silver Dollar City are $90 plus tax for adults; $70 for children ages 4-11. One-day White Water admission is $38 plus tax for adults; $32 for children ages 4-11 and $27 for seniors age 62 and up. The next day is free for people arriving after 3 p.m.