Missouri’s Theme and Water Parks
Missouri is home to many theme and water parks. Below is a list of theme and water parks in Missouri. You can review this information if you are planning on attending a Missouri amusement park or water park soon.
Missouri’s Theme and Water Parks
World of Fun and Oceans of Fun
World of Fun is located in Kansas City and features thrill rides, family rides, and rides for kids. One of the most popular rides is “Boomerang,” a roller coaster that goes upside down and goes backwards.
Oceans of Fun is a water park included with admission to World of Fun. It features a lazy river, slides, pools, raft rides, and more. For younger kids, it has Paradise Falls, a play area.
Six Flags St. Louis and Hurricane Harbor
Six Flags St. Louis is located in Eureka. It features roller coasters, spinning rides, swing rides, and more. One of the most popular rides is “Mr. Freeze: Reverse Blast,” a roller coaster that has a 21-story backwards free fall.
Hurricane Harbor is the water park in Six Flags St. Louis and is included with admission. It features a lazy river, slides, a wave pool, and more. One of the most popular attractions is the “Typhoon Twister,” a slide that has spins, drops, and a zero gravity experience.
White Water Water Park
This water park is located in Branson and was ranked 5th for the nation’s top outdoor water park in a USA Today poll. It features an interactive play area, slides, mat racing, raft rides, a wave pool, and more. One of the most popular attractions is the “KaPau Plummet,” a slide that takes riders 26 feet per second.
Silver Dollar City
This theme park is located in Branson and features thrill rides, kid rides, and family rides. The most popular ride is the “Outlaw Run,” which is advertised as “the world’s most daring wood coaster” that has drops and twists.
Bigfoot Fun Park
Located in Branson, this Bigfoot-themed park features a drop ride, a roller coaster, an interactive ride, mini golf, and more. One of the most popular attractions is “Gravity Bomb,” a 200-foot tall drop ride.
CoCo Key Water Resort
This indoor water park is located in Kansas City and is Missouri’s largest indoor water park resort. It features a lazy river, an activity pool, body and tube slides, and more. The most popular slide is the “Barracuda Blast,” a dark slide with loops and turns that is over 350 feet long.
Big Surf Water Park
This water park is located in Linn Creek and is outdoors. The park features a wave pool, body and tube slides, a zero-depth entry pool, and a lazy river. “Zambezi Falls” is one of the most popular slides and has a four story drop.
The Bay Water Park
This outdoor water park is located in Kansas City and features a surf simulator, a lazy river, a leisure pool, a play pool, and a family play pool. The surf simulator is the only one in the area located at a public facility.
Branson Mountain Adventure Park
This park is located in Branson and opened in 2016. The most popular attraction is the “Runaway Mountain Coaster,” an alpine mountain coaster that lets you control the speed.
Smaller Missouri Theme and Water Parks
- Castle Rock
- Hydro Adventures
- Mark Twain Landing
- Timber Falls
- Miner Mike’s Indoor Family Fun Center
- Lemans Family Fun Parks
- Paradise Park
- PowerPlay Family Entertainment Center
- Splash Country
Help With Injuries
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