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Get ready: White Water Branson opens June 15

Special to Branson Globe

Summer’s about to kick off on a fun and a refreshingly cool note. Even though Missouri’s summer attractions have delayed opening due to the pandemic, opening day has been set for the epic White Water. Before you know it, you’ll be slipping down its epic slides, riding the waves of the wave pool, and soaking up the sun’s rays from your beach chair.

White Water opens its doors to season pass holders on June 15, and just two days later for everyone else.

Kalani Towers at White Water will welcome visitors again June 15. (Photo courtesy sdcmedia.com)

Things will be a bit different this year to ensure a safe and a fun experience for everyone.

Bring a mask along, as you’ll need to wear it when you’re not on the water attractions or eating and drinking.

All guests will have their temperature taken before being admitted to the water park, and everyone will be asked to adhere to social distancing guidelines.

Unlike summers past, you’ll have to reserve a ticket for your day at the water park, as the number of guests will be limited each day. See https://www.silverdollarcity.com/Tickets to purchase tickets.

Even with the restrictions due to the pandemic, you’re in for a full day of fun when you slip on your swimsuit and splash the day away at White Water.

White Water boasts numerous water slides, some a bit more daring than others. If you like thrills that take your breath away, slip down the Kalani Towers Drop Slides.

You’re in for huge thrills when you soar down the 300-foot long water slide that reaches speeds of up to 40 miles an hour.

Check out the other slides, too, including the Kalani Towers Mat Racer, KaPau Plummet, Pipeline Bay, and Waikiki Wave.

When you need a breather, head to the wave pool or grab a bite to eat. White Water features such eateries at Hula Hula Taco and Surf’s Up Snacks.

See more online at www. silverdollarcity.com/white-water

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