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Keep Cool At White Water In Branson, Missouri

By Zaithyn Galter Published 08/13/2008 | Travel
One certainty this summer it's hot! But have no fear, there's a place you can go in the heart of America where the whole family can have fun in a tropical oasis. Where you ask? Silver Dollar City's White Water in Branson, Missouri. With two million gallons of water and 5,000 feet of water slides, there's more than something for everyone. This year, they've taken their commitment to park patrons even further by adding some great updates in the off season. New ticket booths, thatch huts, surfboards and lush landscaping, just to name a few, truly give the feeling of being in a tropical paradise. Not only has the scenery improved, but White Water's commitment to safety has also gone up a notch with extra life guards around the rides. Plus, there are photographers on site to capture your fantastic memories so all you have to do is simply enjoy yourself. TIP: Plan your getaway now. White Water will only be open through September 1. And they've got some great deals available! When planning your trip, be sure to visit all the wonderful attractions White Water has to offer. For the thrill seeker in you, there's Kalani Towers a 7 story water slide with speeds averaging 40 miles per hour, this one is sure to get your heart racing. And to catch your breath, check out the Lazy River for a relaxing float along a gently moving "river." White Water has a wide variety of rides and activities all summer long. So long in fact, you'll want to check in often with the panel of moms who run the MomsBlog at www(dot)silverdollarcityblog(dot)com to get the most up to date information on park happenings. Plus, you can ask your own personal travel and Branson related questions to the Moms themselves.

About Author:

Noel is a former Silver Dollar City employee and now volunteers as a "mom" on the Silver Dollar City MomsBlog a place just for moms to exchange tips and information about one of the best family fun spots on the planet. For more information visit http://www.silverdollarcityblog.com/