NEW Hydro Adventures
The wettest thrills in town are at Hydro Adventures. Where the water always sparkles and the attractions do, too. Come enjoy the many updates and renovations to our Hydro Attractions and Adventure Attractions.
Hydro Adventures is dedicated to providing our guests with exceptional fun and family entertainment in a safe, clean, and friendly environment through the exceptional training, spirit and integrity of our staff.
Summer Blowout Weekend
Special prices on a huge selection of food and drink items
lots of them only $1, including hot dogs, drinks, ice cream, and lots more!
Hydro Side / Adventure Side
No one is asking you to pick a side here. Each side has its own pros and pros.
- Twisted Six (now open!)
- Poseidon’s Pipeline
- Easy River
- Crashing Waves Bay
- Splish Splash Bay
- Tailpipe Alley
- Triple Threat
- Poplar Putters
- Missouri Bombers
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AKA The Smoldering Six Chuter.
AKA The Missouri Monster.
AKA The Six-Headed Slydra!
It’s the new Twisted Six!
The beast with nearly as many nicknames as ways to get you drenched.
Look What’s New
Which of the six is fastest? We have absolutely, positively no friggin’ clue. Try them all, and let us know if you figure it out.
We spruced up the mini-golf course. The greens are pristine, and the putting conditions are perfect on all 18 challenging holes. (okay, the greens are actually AstroTurf, but they’re still pristine)
Get revved up to take a spin on Hydro Adventure’s new state-of-the-art go-carts. Now with unlimited rides!
Challenge friends and foes alike to Hydro Adventure’s new 3-point basketball shoot-around, Triple Threat. Getting on the leader board is easy – staying there isn’t.
Step up to the plate and become the new Sultan of Swing at Missouri Bombers. This year we decided to throw a curve ball – we installed all-new pitching machines.
This slide didn’t just get a new name, it got a brand-new coating of high-quality liquid-lightning paint that will have you sliding down the pipeline faster than a jellyfish in a riptide.