Schlitterbahn Kansas City Waterpark

3.53 Votes
  • Address: 9400 State Ave, Kansas City, KS 66112, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-9133123110
  • Tags: Water Park, Family And Kids

The Schlitterbahn Kansas City is a splendid holiday destination where you are guaranteed to have a fun time with your friends and family. This family-friendly waterpark is huge and covers an area of 370 acres. Utilizing its mammoth area, the park offers numerous attractions and features like beaches, rivers, slides, chutes, and much more that can offer you immense aquatic fun. Some of the features that can give you thrills are Twister, Torrent River, Raging River Tube Chute, Storm Blaster, and Cyclone. To enjoy utter relaxation, you can opt for visiting the Kristal River, Torrent Cove, Blitz Falls, and much more. Visiting Henry's Hideout in Schlitterbahn Kansas City, you can have some refreshments while taking a break from all the action.

How to Reach Schlitterbahn Kansas City Waterpark

  • Bus 101 to stop - On State Ave at 95th Westbound

  • Schlitterbahn Kansas City Waterpark Address: 9400 State Ave, Kansas City, KS 66112, USA, United States
  • Schlitterbahn Kansas City Waterpark Contact Number: +1-9133123110
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Schlitterbahn Kansas City Waterpark Reviews & Ratings

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  • Great way to spend the weekend. It's pricey but well worth it. Go for the 2 day value pass because it won't be possible to experience all the attractions included in just 1 day. We bought a 1 day but they let us upgrade to a 2 day pass before closing. I really appreciated that our 2 1/2 year old was free. It helped us out. We tried out the buffet and it was delicious. It was just about $5 more than the concession food served in other parts of the grounds. We came from Dallas for Memorial Day weekend and expected long lines but that was not the case. Our 6 and 2.5 year old loved it. We'll definitely come back in a couple of years.

  • I loved this park. I am so sad that it isn't opening up this year. Oceans/Worlds of fun was such a let down. It was filthy and small. Schlitterbahn was THE PLACE to go. I wish we would have known it wasn't opening this year. Any news would have been nice, instead I just keep hoping they're opening late for the season.

  • All the links are deactivated on their website. You can't purchase tickets to the park online. Local news stations have already been reporting for months that the park is in bankruptcy and has numerous debts. The door to their administrative building / storage shed has been open 24/7 for weeks now allowing pests and rodents to enter. No grounds or landscaping crews have been working on the property allowing it to fall even more into disrepair. Construction crews and tractors have been digging on the east side of the park. They've been renting out their parking lot to car dealerships or rental companies as well. It almost looks like they're deconstructing on the site. I've had friends that have worked there in the past and said: "it was a terrible place to work". Many of the other reviewers on here said" "most of the rides were closed" or "shutdown" last season and that "the concession stands were all closed", but they still had to pay full price for admission. The place is an eye sore! The press also reported that the owner / former owner (Jeff Henry) is in serious legal trouble and currently charged with drug and sex offenses, not to mention the ongoing Verrückt investigation. There's a new Legends Outlets East development currently underway. Schlitterbahn Waterpark Kansas City will not re-open. Even if they tried, no one would go or take their kids there. All things considered, would you? Their rides are either broken or extremely dangerous. The evidence is conclusive! You can read the report online.

  • I would certainly not recommend. This is a very sinister park as it is the decapitation site of a 10 year old, CALEB SCHWAB, google it. I am in shock for this place to still be open. I hope visitors are aware of this.

  • On the News a 10 year old boy fell out of the tallest ride so l decided to do it and it was fun and the park was fun

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