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In accordance with nationwide industry standards, Seven Peaks Waterpark does not allow outside food or drink into the park. Compliance to these standards has vastly improved cleanliness of the park, safety of our guests, and lessened maintenance problems with our equipment and pools. This year we are offering significant discounts on food in our Day Pass Packages and Passholder Perks and have added smaller-priced food items to our Gift Shop. Small, toddler sized snacks are allowed inside the park for those with small children. If you have specific dietary needs, a doctor’s note should be provided.
Seven Peaks does not allow alcohol products of any kind in the park or parking lot. Customers may smoke in the designated area outside the Fun Center building next to the parking lot.
Seven Peaks Poplar Bluff will be closed on Sundays.
You can bring a Coast Guard approved lifejacket, baby floats with built in seats, and swimsuits with built in flotation. Arm floaties are allowed if they are accompanied with a lifejacket. Noodles, inner tubes, rafts, kickboards, or boogie boards are not allowed.