25+ Best Water Parks in Georgia for Splish-Splash Fun

Most of the water parks in Georgia are open Memorial Day to Labor Day, and they include everything from full-fledged water parks to county-run aquatic centers. These parks offer some of the best ways to beat the Georgia heat!

Here are 25+ of the best aquatic centers and water parks in Georgia!

OUR FAVORITE WATER PARKS IN GEORGIA

25+ Best Water Parks in Georgia for Splish-Splash Fun
Courtesy of Margaritaville at Lanier Islands

THE AQUATIC CENTER AT WILLS PARK (ALPHARETTA)

Amenities at the Aquatic Center at Wills Park in Alpharetta include a leisure pool with zero-depth entry, interactive play stations and a water slide, plus a 10-lane competition pool with depths from 4 feet – 12.5 feet, and two diving boards (1-meter, 3-meter).  Other features include an aquatics center, locker rooms, deck space, and a lifeguard training room.  

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HELEN TUBING AND WATERPARK (HELEN)

Tube the Chattahoochee — A MUST, as far as we are concerned — and then play at Helen Water Park.

At the water park, kids must be 42” to ride the four slides, but anyone can cruise the 1000-foot-long lazy river with or without a tube. There’s also a playground for the little ones.   

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SIX FLAGS WHITE WATER (MARIETTA)

Six Flags White Water is one of the most popular water parks in Georgia for good reason! There are 23 different water rides here! You’ll find thrill rides, family rides, and kiddie rides for the littlest members of your group too.

Thrill rides include the Dive Bomber and the Tornado, and family rides include Black River Falls and the Bahama Bob Slide. Visit the all new Caribbean Cove, Buccaneer Bay, or the Little Hooch Lazy River for the young ones.

HURRICANE HARBOR WATER PARK (AUSTELL)

Hurricane Harbor is located at one of the best amusement parks, Six Flags Over Georgia, and a visit here is included FREE with your admission to the park.

Have a blast in the giant wave pool or slide down the zero-gravity wave slide. There is also a large children’s area, cabana rentals, and more.

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TERMINUS WAKE PARK – AQUA PARK (CARTERSVILLE)

An inflatable water playground is the newest addition to Terminus Wake Park, and is perfect for cooling off on a hot summer day! If you’ve ever wanted to be on the show Wipe Out, a visit here will make it feel like you’re there.

MARGARITAVILLE AT LANIER ISLANDS (BUFORD)

Enjoy movies on the beach, beach access, live entertainment, over a dozen wet rides, slides, and attractions, including Wild Waves- Georgia’s largest wave pool, several amusement rides, interactive games, shows and more at Margaritaville at Lake Lanier Islands in Buford. The kids must be 42” for most rides; 48” for a handful of thrill rides.

Coming in 2024: Apocalypso, Georgia’s first waterslide coaster.

RIGBY’S WATER WORLD (WARNER ROBINS)

Rigby’s Water World in Warner Robins is a family friendly water park in central Georgia. Young children will love the Little Surfer’s Cove kid area with its slides, pool, and jumbo slide.  Challenge your friends to a race on the Riptide Racers racing slides, or get dizzy on the Whirlpool Winder — a slide that launches you into a giant whirlpool bowl.

If you’re feeling extra brave, try not to wipe out on the Wipe Out — a slide that propels you up a wall, traveling at nearly 20 mph!

SUMMER WAVES WATER PARK (JEKYLL ISLAND)

Summer Waves Water Park on Jekyll Island is our favorite water park! We make sure to go every summer!

Shark Tooth Cove is an amazing kids area that has a shallow pool, multiple water slides, dump buckets, and more. We love all the seating for the parents found here.

The Frantic Atlantic Wave Pool and Turtle Creek lazy river are also big hits with my crew! You’ll also find plenty of thrill ride slides here — both with tubes and body slides — so everyone will find something they love.

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SEVEN SPRINGS WATER PARKS (POWDER SPRINGS)

If you live in the area, Seven Springs Water Park in Powder Springs is a great visit. We visited here several times when my kids were toddlers!

The water park here features 2 water slides, a lazy river and a splash pad area with zero depth entry. You’ll also find concessions here.

SPLASH IN THE BORO (STATESBORO)

The wave pool at Splash in the Boro is fun for the whole family, because it features its own spray playground. Young children will love the small water play area, that features water slides just for them.

There are multiple slides for big kids and adults, and a lazy river. For an extra fee, try to hang ten on the Flow Rider.

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BROWNS MILL AQUATIC FACILITY (STONECREST)

We adore the bright and cheerful children’s play area with slides and spray at Browns Mill Aquatic Facility in DeKalb County. The facility also includes twisty slides, a lazy river, and a log-crossing challenge. There is also a zero-entry area and a lap pool.

SPLASH ISLAND AT WILD ADVENTURES THEME PARK (VALDOSTA)

Take a trip down south to Wild Adventures Theme Park where you’ll find thrill rides, animals, and Splash Island Waterpark too! 

The water park features massive water slides, a wave pool, a lazy river, and a section just for kids.  Cabana rentals and concessions are located on site. 

SPIVEY SPLASH WATER PARK (JONESBORO)

Spivey Splash Water Park in Jonesboro is one of the newest water parks in Georgia to hit the scene. Here you’ll find water slides, a lazy river, a kiddie pool with water slides and dump buckets, a splash pad full of fun water features, a sports pool for basketball and volleyball, and FlowRider for those who want to practice their surfing skills.

Cabana rentals and birthday party packages available.

INDOOR WATER PARKS IN GEORGIA

INDOOR WATERPARKS IN GEORGIA

GREAT WOLF LODGE (LAGRANGE)

This mega indoor waterpark and hotel opened in LaGrange in 2018, and it is still as amazing as it was opening day.  Great Wolf Lodge is filled with awesome slides, a kids play area, a wave pool, an outdoor pool and hot tub, and a lazy river ride that isn’t too lazy. We’ve been here half a dozen times and we still keep coming back! Make sure to rent a cabana!

We’ve also visited the GWL in Concord, NC, and you can read about that in this post.

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SOUTH COBB AQUATIC CENTER (AUSTELL)

The South Cobb Aquatic Center is located just off I-20, a few miles from Six Flags Over Georgia.

There is a zero-entry portion for the little ones, a free swim area, and diving board for the brave swimmers. In addition you’ll find a lazy river, a 3-story slide, and play structure including silly shower, dump tank, small slide, and waterfall.

The facility is nicely kept, locker rooms are clean and include showers, bathrooms, and lockers. A birthday party room is also available.

BETHESDA PARK AQUATIC CENTER (LAWRENCEVILLE)

Bethesda Park Aquatic Center features an indoor leisure/water park pool with beach entry, a giant waterslide that exits and then reenters the building, a river channel, hydrotherapy benches, water play structures, vortex, ceiling spray, and a four-lane instructional pool and wet classroom — plus water basketball and volleyball! Whew!

Children 6 and younger must always be accompanied by a paying adult in a swimsuit and within arm’s reach.

BOGAN PARK AQUATIC CENTER (BUFORD)

The Bogan Park Aquatic Center has an indoor competition pool, an indoor leisure pool with zero-depth entry, a giant water slide, and water play structures.

Same rules apply as with Bethesda Park Aquatic Center.

GEORGIA TECH INDOOR POOL (ATLANTA)

This pool at Georgia Tech in Atlanta offers swimming lessons to the public, but otherwise, you must be a member or guest to enjoy this pool, which was constructed for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games. Memberships are available to anyone with an affiliation to Georgia Tech, student, faculty, or alumni.

The pool area features the leisure pool (which is comprised of six, 25-yard lanes), a 184′ water slide, a lazy river, free play area, and a 16-person spa.

Garage doors open to make this an indoor/outdoor pool in the summer.

MORE WATER PARKS IN GEORGIA

25+ Best Water Parks in Georgia for Splish-Splash Fun
SoakYa Water Park
  • Lake Winnie “SoakYa” WaterPark (Rossville). Part amusement park, part water park. You’ll find water slides, kiddie water play areas, a lazy river, cabana rentals, and more.
  • Cherokee County Aquatic Center (Canton). Two indoor pools and one outdoor pool. The outdoor leisure pool includes a water playground, two water slides, play features, and more.

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25+ Best Water Parks in Georgia for Splish-Splash Fun