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Geyser Falls Water Theme Park

Mississippi's #1 family attraction. Geyser Falls is a 23-acre water park with themed water attractions. After entering the park the excitement begins as you pass Geyser Flats, with bubbling fountains, gurgling water pools and multiple spouting geysers.

Inside the park you'll find a collection of attractions, including the Thunder Lake wave pool, 1,200-foot long Roundabout River and a collection of water slides and tube rides.

For big, exciting rides try Pipes Peak with four different double-tube slides that start from a 45-foot high platform. Backsplash is the first water slide of its kind in America and sends two riders down a chute to ride up a wall that resembles a giant half pipe. Whitewater Express is Geyser Falls four-lane 300-foot long racing slide and for high-speed thrills Mt. Everwet has three six-story tall speed slides. For youngsters, Lil' Squirts Hollow is an interactive kiddie playground with pint-sized slides and water features. For relaxing Clearwater Key is eight acres of white sand beaches and crystal clear pools in a tropical setting.

More About Geyser Falls Water Theme Park

209 Black Jack Road
Choctaw, MS 39350

(601) 389-3100 (601) 389-3099

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Rated: 3.5 out of 5 (24 votes)

Park website:

Type of park:
Outdoor Waterpark

Park size:
23 acres

Operating season:
Weekends mid-May to Labor Day, daily Memorial Day weekend through July.

Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.

Admission prices:
2018 Admission Rates

  • General Admission: $36.99
  • Saturday General Admission: $44.99
  • Child (under 48"): $26.99
  • Saturday Child (under 48"): $34.99
Prices do not include tax. Children 3 and under are admitted free.

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