Named one of the "Top 10 Waterparks" by both The Travel Channel and Aquatics International trade publication. Six Flags White Water is the largest waterpark in the southeast with more than 20 water rides and attractions, plus a 700,000-gallon wave pool, lazy river, and more.
Thrill-seekers will not want to miss out on Dive Bomber, a ten-story tall, trap-door launch capsule, freefall body slide that is one of the tallest in the country. The drop is ten seconds of pure adrenaline at speeds of up to 40 miles-per-hour.
Other signature attractions at this waterpark include the Run-A-Way River, a 735-foot long raging river in a flume, where you ride in a giant raft with up two others. Typhoon Twister, which opened in 2013, is a massive water ride, where up to four-passengers seated in a large tube descend a five-story, enclosed drop into a gigantic 67-foot wide bowl.
In 2016 the waterpark opened Wahoo Racer, a six-story tall, six-lane, head-first, racing mat slide. This ride begins with an enclosed twisting flume that concludes with a large drop to the finish line.
Other attractions include a 735-foot long family raft ride, a relaxing lazy river, and three areas just for children.
Six Flags White Water amenities include cabana rentals with wait service, numerous food and beverage options, locker rentals, and a gift shop.
(770) 948-9290 (770) 590-4067
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Reopened June 29, 2020. Open daily except Wednesday to mid-August, then weekends, plus Labor Day through September 20, 2020.
Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.
2020 Admission Rates
Tickets must be purchased in advance online and reservations are required.
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From Atlanta, take I-75 North to exit 265 (formerly exit 113) and follow the signs to Six Flags White Water.