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Tom and Huck's RiverBlast, Silver Dollar City

Tom and Huck's RiverBlast, Silver Dollar City
by , SmarterTravel Staff
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Tom and Huck's RiverBlast, Silver Dollar City

Silver Dollar City celebrates its 50th anniversary by bringing to life the antics of two mischievous and down-right devious fictional characters in its new ride, Tom and Huck's RiverBlast. Get ready to take aim with your very own super soaker guns as you wage a water war aboard a river raft. You'll encounter hundreds of targets to test your shooting skills, but beware, because some of these targets are armed and may shoot back.

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Plus, the waterway isn't a straight shot to safety. You must first pass through areas like the Foggy Bottom, where fog covers the river giving a false sense of security; the Whitewash Fence, where you can give onlookers a little taste of what's in store for them; Tom and Huck's Tree Fort, filled with unique targets and water guns aimed at you; Leaky Sluice, where the overhead sluice leaks all over you; Stuck in the Mud Surprises, floating debris from a snagged vessel perfect for shooting; and a secret surprise.

Though the ride only lasts a little more than five minutes, it doesn't take long to get completely drenched. The ride operates from March through October.

One-day general admission tickets cost $56.96 for adults and $46.21 for kids.

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