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Schlitterbahn Water Park - Kansas City

9400 State Avenue
913-312-3110

With all of its tube rides, Schlitterbahn is like a float trip inside a waterpark. And with six new attractions now open, this waterpark is bigger and better! Their Transportainment River System allows guests to float in tubes throughout the park without ever leaving the water. Visit today and experience for yourself the incredible slides, lazy river, wave pool and surf ride!

Guests can now not only experience the great rides that were already there but also these great new ones! The Der Bahn is a dark slide where guests can slide through a secret passageway of water. The Loopy Luge Mat Slide and Comal Express Mat Slide let guests slide down twists and turns on a mat. The Mighty Mo is a new slide and the King Kaw Rapid River is the park's longest river attraction to date. Also try the Boogie Bahn Surf ride that offers the excitement of real surfing. And lastly, Blitz Falls Tube Chute is a fast-slow tubing adventure. You can also visit the other preexisting attractions such as the wave pool, the lazy river, kiddie playground and pirate ship.



Reviews

Emily Martinez

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Sunday, July 22, 2018
A good water park! Some of the rides were closed but I for sure wasn't going to let that stop my family and I from having a great time!!! The river with waves was my best experience! Had fun jumping into the waves and of course they're going to be big, that's what makes it very fun!! Saw many kids enjoying them too. I recommend it.

Angela Castellini

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Sunday, July 1, 2018
Schlitterbahn is a small water park but still a good time. The good things about it: short wait times for water slides, the rivers are no wait and relaxing, there are private areas to rent for the day complete with great wait services and free souviners, you can bring your own food and water into the park, no cost for parking, gift shop has great prices for clothes, swimwear and more. Schlitterbahn has "heroes days" which are recognizing military personnel, police, firefighters and EMS.... this year... the last weekend in May and every weekend through July 1st offered free admission to the above mentioned and 50% off for family members. These discounts make it a very affordable option for a family trip. The not great: customer relations staff are not courteous, quick or welcoming, about 1/4 of the park was shut down and bathrooms were out of toilet paper midday.

Dan Jenkins

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Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018
Our yearly trip to Schlitterbahn never dissapoints. Friendly workers, great prices, fun slides and rivers. Spending a day at Schlitterbahn KC is always a great choice. I love that you can bring a cooler of drinks (no alcohol) and food.

Tiffanie Synacek

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018
On Sunday July 8th, 2018 We started our day trying out the wave pool/wave river. Sign posted said 3ft. My 6 yr old is 3ft 11in. So my son starts to go ahead of us (he was not on a raft) and I was not expecting the waves to be over 6ft high. We come around the corner where the waves start which my son is about 50ft in front of me and my spouse. My son get taken under by a wave he came up crying, there was a life guard right in front of him as me and my spouse are literally rushing to my son. Another life guard was right where me and my spouse was at jumps in and rushing to my son as he went under again. I can say I’m very thankful for the life guard that was doing her job, for the other male who sat an watch my son cry and get taken under not once but twice. Shame on you and I hope no one will ever have to experience that. I highly recommend that signs should be posted letting new guest aware that water gets deeper then 3ft. Very upset and traumatizing for my son. Also give it a two stars as many slides/rides were closed!

Johanna Harris

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018
The park was very easy to find. I loved that it had free parking and you could bring your own lunch in. The kids loved it and only 2 rides weren't open. Great fun!

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