|Oceans of Fun|
|Location||Kansas City, Missouri, United States|
|Opened||May 31, 1982|
|Operating season||May through Mid-September|
|Area||64 acres (260,000 m2)|
|Water slides||10 water slides|
Oceans of Fun is a tropically-themed water park that opened on May 31, 1982, in Kansas City, Missouri, to celebrate Worlds of Fun's 10th year anniversary. At the time it was opened it was the largest water park in the world. It is owned and operated by Cedar Fair. Oceans of Fun is adjacent to the Worlds of Fun amusement park.
This section needs to be updated.(August 2017)
On August 31, 2012, Oceans of Fun announced the largest-ever expansion in 2013. It was also announced that Worlds of Fun will no longer be separately gated and be combined with Oceans of Fun. A new slide complex, 65 feet (20 m) tall will also be built including 6 new slides. The water park will be completely renovated, and construction began in 2012. In 2015, Oceans of Fun added swan boats to Buccaneer Bay and Splash Island.
A complete guide can be found on the website, with complete details on height and ride requirements.
|Aruba Tuba||1973||42"||Inner tube Slide||3|
|Captain Kidd's||1995||Under 54"||Interactive pirate ship for children||1|
|Caribbean Cooler||1987||42"||Lazy River||2|
|Castaway Cove||1982||21 years or older||Adult restaurant, pool, and bar||1|
|Crocodile Isle||1989||Under 54"||Water playground for children||1|
|Diamond Head||1982||46"||Thrill slide||5|
|Hurricane Falls||1999||46"||Inner tube slide||5|
|Monsoon||1992||46"||Water flume ride (20-passenger boat)||4|
|Paradise Falls||2003||40"||Interactive play structure||2|
|Predator's Plunge||2013||48"||Enclosed slide||4|
|Shark's Revenge||2013||48"||Enclosed slide||5|
|Splash Island||2015||Interactive kid's area|
|Surf City Wave Pool||1982||42" (under 42" requires a lifejacket and must be accompanied by adult)||Wave pool||4|