Northwest of Atlanta in Cobb County, aquatic thrillseekers will find Six Flags White Water, with 69 acres of watery fun spread throughout four themed lands: Flash Flood Canyon, Slippery Ridge, Wildwater Lagoon, and Pine Valley. Typhoon Twister is the parks newest attraction, dropping four simultaneous riders down a fully-enclosed five-story drop that flings them out into a 67-foot-wide pool of churning water and finally down a corkscrewing escape chute. Run-A-Way River is a more family-friendly trip through a whitewater rafting adventure, and Captain Kids Cove has more than 100 activities to keep kids aged 12 and under smiling and splashing.
The Dragon's Tail treats riders to a famous 250-foot triple drop.Black River Falls sends sliders through 400-foot enclosed shafts with just enough light to scream by.The Lizard's Tail is a twisty, tumbling way to slide into Wildwater Lagoon.
Rates for Individual Tickets and Season Passes can be found here.
Best time to visit
The park is open seasonally, usually beginning in May.Click here to confirm park schedule.
Near by POI
Six Flags Over Georgia pleases thrillseekers and roller coaster fanatics with iconic rides like Ninja, Goliath, and the Georgia Cyclone.The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre is a $145 million complex that features touring acts from all over the world.