The White Water KaPau in Branson, MO #ExploreBranson
*I received entrance to the White Water Park in Branson, MO to facilitate my review. The park was closed for season. All thoughts are 100% honest and my own.
Dare The Drop on The Biggest Thrill in White Water History!
KaPau Plummet, coming Spring 2014, will feature two dueling 245-foot slides, each launching riders from a drop-floor into a 70-degree plunge, exceeding the thrills of any water ride ever built at White Water, the 13-acre tropically-themed Branson water park. Those brave enough to dare the drop will experience a heart-pumping thrill beginning in an encapsulated slide atop a 40-foot tower. This breath-taking attraction will send you free falling at 26 feet per second before you make your final splash! Be one of the first to dare the drop in 2014 at White Water!
Ummm… Not sure my crew could pay me enough to take the plunge but I would love to watch them free fall four stories while I snap photographs!
Seriously, this is the latest extreme ride for 2014.
According to Cory Roebuck, White Water Director of Operations…“KaPau Plummet offers a thrill like no other ever at White Water”.
Here are just a few facts about this awesome new thrill ride:
Dare-to-Drop Facts for KaPau Plummet:
- Tower height – 40 feet
- Speed – 26 feet per second
- Two translucent slides, 3’ in diameter
- Length of flume slides: 243.8’ & 246.2’
- AquaLaunch capsules with drop-floor plunge
- Capacity – 360 riders per hour with 2 slides
- Waterflow – 1,000 gallons per minute
- Manufacturer – WhiteWater West, Ltd., British Columbia, Canada
- Budget: $1.7 million
- Opening expected mid-May 2014
Of course there are rides for the rest of us…and the children. This park is truly for all ages.
If your travel plans bring you to Branson this summer, make sure to plan on spending the day on the rides at White Water.
I would like to thank the Branson Convention and Visitors Bureau, US Family Guide, and all the participating merchants for this trip. It was an amazing trip!
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