Missouri Indoor Water Parks

Rec-Plex Natatorium

St. Peters, MO


Distance from Springfield: 118 miles (northwest St. Louis)

This St. Louis suburban facility is home to world-class swimming and diving, but also has a family leisure pool with water play features, 130-foot waterslide as well as a current channel. The pool is open to the public. Be sure to check the hours in case of classes going on.


Tan-Tar-A Family Resort

State Road KK

Osage Beach, MO 65065



Distance from Springfield: about 5 plus hours

This resort has an indoor water park Timber Falls which has over 600 feet of slides, a 21-seat whirlpool, as well as a lazy river. Water park admission is separate from room rates, and the park is open Fri-Sun and is open to the public.

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  1. Gin says:

    I’ve been to Tan Tar A as a waterpark guest. This is an AWESOME place for any family on a budget. Small enough to allow the kids a little freedom but large enough to keep them busy for the entire day. Lockers are available and the snack bar isn’t to pricey. We went in March and it wasn’t over crowded. Can’t wait to go back!

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