Warm weather is on the way and so the question comes up, what is the best waterpark in Missouri? Here are the top 5 according to the people that have been there!

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We all are at the point in early spring where we are craving 80 degree days to hit the water, and when you think of summertime fun with the family you think of waterparks. Well, there are a surprising amount of waterparks to choose from in the Show-Me State of Missouri so which ones are the best? Here is a list of the Top 5 Best Waterparks ranked by TripAdvisor.com and their famous traveler rankings.

1. Silver Dollar City/Whitewater in Branson

2. Worlds of Fun Oceans of Fun outside Kansas City

3. Jolly Mon Indoor Waterpark at Margaritaville in Lake of the Ozarks

4. Cape Splash Family Aquatic Center in Cape Girardeau

5. Big Surf Waterpark in Linn Creek

Some of the other waterparks that got mentioned further down on the list include places like Hurricane Harbor, The Bay Waterpark, Splash Country Waterpark. and River Rapids Waterpark. To see the complete list from TripAdvisor for yourself just click here!

To me, a great waterpark has to include 3 very important things...#1 it has to have a lazy river, a legit awesome lazy river that adult men like me can just float in for hours while the kids ride slides. #2 it has to have a wave pool, wave pools are a blast and they are as adventurous as I'll go in a waterpark. #3 finally it has to have a killer concession stand area or preferably a bar. Do any of the waterparks in the top 5 have these things? I don't know I have never been, but if they do I'll plan a trip asap!

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