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💙Youngsters LOVE Big Surf Waterpark!💙

Are you looking for the PERFECT place to bring your little tykes? The best waterpark at the Lake of the Ozarks is here for you! We pride ourselves on offering family fun for the ENTIRE family - little swimmers included. Here at Big Surf Waterpark , we provide a fun and safe environment for all of our guests. We have special areas designed with our young splashers in mind! Learn more about the wonderful attractions just for your little ones! Splash Island Our zero-entry pool is suited for younger children – with water levels ranging from just six to 18 inches. This fun-tastic area includes a water teeter-totter, bikes, squirting animals, tipping toucans, a couple mini-slides and lots and lots of room to splash and play! Your little ones can enjoy the waterpark just like the big kids do! Splash around and play on the various activities, all in the Splash Island area! Wave Pool The Lake’s Other Giant Body of Water! Our 375,000-gallon pool generates waves up to three feet tall.

💦Get Your SPLASH on at Big Surf Waterpark💦

Are you looking for a fun place to bring the family this summer? The best waterpark at the Lake of the Ozarks is here for your family fun, all summer long! No matter what age your family is, we can provide a fun and entertaining place for everyone to gather and make new memories together. Learn about the various ways you and your family can splash around at Big Surf Waterpark this summer! Exhilarating Rides: Twirl Around the Space Bowl The first of its kind in the US, our Space Bowl drops you from a sweet, swift slide into a 30-ft wide bowl that spins you ‘round and ‘round until you drop into an 8-foot deep catch pool. Feel the Rush on The Rapids Whirl and twirl your way down the white water rapids at Big Surf. Start this ride on either the big yellow slide or down below in the first catch pool for a kinder, gentler experience. End up making a big splash in the 3-foot-pool at the end of the rapids. Drop Down Zambezi Falls An exhilarating three-story drop down the Lak

🌊Reasons to Purchase a Season Pass🌊

It's not too late! There's plenty of time to take advantage of our season pass at Big Surf Waterpark . It's the best way to enjoy endless fun in the sun this summer! Whether your entire family wants to splash around or your kids enjoy our thrilling rides, our waterpark at the Lake of the Ozarks is your one-stop for family entertainment. Take advantage of these fantastic perks of being a season pass holder! Check out the benefits below: UNLIMITED Park Access Come to visit our waterpark any day that our waterpark is open this summer! Come and go as you please with your season pass! It's the best bang for your buck if you plan to visit Big Surf Waterpark three or more times this year. IN-PARK Discounts Take advantage of our in-park discounts that go along with being a season pass holder. You can get 20% off all food purchases - all summer long. It's the perfect way to fight hunger while you're hanging out at our waterpark. Make the most of each day and

13 Fun Facts about the Lake of the Ozarks

The Lake of the Ozarks is a hot spot for families all around the mid-west to travel. With a ton of family-friendly attractions, this area is the best place to vacation - no matter what age your kids are. Our Lake of the Ozarks waterpark is proud to provide a fun and safe place for your family to stay entertained all summer long! If you're looking for the perfect place for family-friendly fun, Big Surf Waterpark has you covered. While you plan your trip to visit the best waterpark at the Lake of the Ozarks , we've provided a few fun facts about the area to keep you entertained until you get here! Fun Fact #1: When it was completed in 1931, the Lake of the Ozarks was the largest man-made lake in the country. Now it is the 2nd largest man-made lake in Missouri. Fun Fact #2: The shoreline of the Lake (about 1150 miles) is longer than the coastline of California. Fun Fact #3: The Historic Bagnell Dam was completed at a cost of about $30 million - in today's money tha