Six Flags White Water in Marietta, GA

250 Cobb Parkway N #100Marietta, GA 30062
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Kickoff the summer at Six Flags Whitewater. Escape the heat and head to the thrills with 20 rides and 40 slides including Typhoon Twister, Wahoo Racer, and Tornado. If relaxation is your goal, check out the activity pool and lazy river, or grab a chair and soak up the sun. The water park is open daily from Memorial Day through the end of July and on the weekends from August through September.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Marietta Travel Experts
  • Store your belongings in the water park lockers available to rent for an additional fee.
  • Splash around or slide into thrills on 20 rides and 40 slides.
  • Ride restrictions apply for the safety and security of all guests.
  • Open daily from Memorial Day to July 31st.
  • Hours of operation change to weekends only in August and September.
  • To exit and re-enter the park, make sure to have your hand stamped.


from Six Flags White Water
Beat the heat at Six Flags White Water, the Southeast's largest water park and recently voted one of the top 10 water parks in the nation. With more than 20 rides and 40 slides on a 50-acre site, the park is said to be the largest water park in the Southeast. On Typhoon Twister, riders in a four-person raft experience a five-story vertical drop into a huge bowl before being spun through a chute and launched into a splash pool.

Wahoo Racer is a 60-feet-tall slide in which riders can reach up to 40 feet per second while racing to the bottom on water toboggans. Standing 10-stories tall, Dive Bomber, the tallest ride in the park, is an electrifying capsule water slide with a trap door that releases riders straight down at nearly 90 degrees at speeds of more than 40 miles per hour for a zero-gravity experience.

Tornado is a 75-feet-tall superstructure that twists riders down into a 60-feet-tall, 130-feet-long giant funnel complete with rushing water. Other attractions include the Little Hooch lazy river and the Atlanta Ocean wave pool.

Hours: Open daily at 10:30 am, Memorial Day weekend to July 31st.; Sat.-Sun. August – September. Closing times vary.

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Atlanta, Georgia
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed August 16, 2020
Went with my family last weekend. The park requires reservation,so I thought the number of people will be limited. When we arrived at the parking lot we saw the same amount of cars as every year before the pandemic.Half of the rides are closed and those that are open ware packed.People on top of people. Nobody is keeping distance, no masks.Masks are required only when you get a drink or food at the window. We spent about 2 hours at the park and left.My kids went 4 times on a slide and I spent all time in line waiting for drinks and food.Met my friends at the park when we arrived. They were leaving because the park was very unsafe. We've had passes for 7 years.This was the first time we went to Six Flags in 2020 and not sure if we will go another time this year. Feel like Park passes and Dining passes were a waste of money this year . Definitely not buying the passes for the next year.
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"Half of rides closed"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed August 14, 2020
We drove 3 hours before realizing that tickets are half price because only half the rides are open! I expected to see a notice or warning on line but you have to go into the individual rides to see half the rides are closed for the season.
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TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed July 03, 2020
Opening day COVID19 July 3, 2020.... very disappointed... took my family out with masks and sanitizer. We got to the park and went through the tents where nobody was following the 6ft apart guidelines and nobody was enforcing the 6ft apart guidelines. Tried my best to keep distance between my family and people behind me so at least they would be a safe distance from others. At the ticket/pass line when asking a family that was right up my butt to please back up 6ft bc not only am I trying to protect myself but also them, I received nothing but attitude from them. Once inside we went through the 4 rides that were open at the time. More and MORE people were being let inside the park ( to me we had enough people in the park already with the “implemented” 6ft distance). Some ride guides were not wearing masks, people walking around with no masks. After an hour I had enough and decided it was best to leave the park. If you guys are going to open to the public than you failed miserably today and did not enforce anything. Heck almost if not all your hand sanitizer stations were empty! Disappointing. My best advice to those that want to follow all cdc guidelines. Get there early and get out before 1pm.
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Auburn, Georgia
"Half the park was closed -- be warned!"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed June 30, 2020
This is really a 2.5-star review. We visited Six Flags Whitewater on Tuesday June 30th, its second operating day under 2020's COVID-19 restrictions. As Diamond Members we were annoyed that so much of the park was closed. Had we paid full price for daily tickets we'd have been furious. The park opens to the general public in a few more days. Hours have been cut back to noon - 6 pm for the entire season, but of course admission prices remain unchanged. There are more slides and attractions closed there than open. I was told they can't get enough lifeguards to return due to the Virus. CLOSED rides: Runaway River, Dive Bomber, Lizards Tails, 2 out of 3 "legacy" body flumes, Bahama Bobsled, Black River Falls, Gulf Screamer, Caribbean Plunge, Bermuda Triangle, Tidal Wave, Little Hooch (Lazy River), Captain Kids Cove and Skull Island. The old River Rapids ride, renamed Escape Chute/Secret Passage and which was closed all of last season, is still in the process of being demolished. OPEN rides: Tornado, Typhoon Twister, Wahoo Racer, Mutiny Chute, 1 of 3 body flumes, Dragon's Tail, Activity Pool, Buccaneer Bay, Llilypad Crossing, Atlanta Ocean. Only about half of the food locations were open. The Coke Freestyle location was closed, as was the ice-cream and smoothie place near it, which was especially disappointing to us. On the plus side, the crowd-size was quite small and several rides were walk-up rides or had short waits. We used our Dining Passes at the Sternwheeler and liked all of what we got (black bean burger, foot-long hotdog, fruit cup, brownies). Social distancing was haphazard but guests were generally trying to comply; masks or facial coverings are required for park entry and in public areas (and in lines for food), but not on rides. There were the usual logistical snafus you expect from Six Flags, of course. Fifteen minutes after opening and the pizza location had no ice for sodas. Later, the turkey-leg booth had only lemonade and no sodas, and this was on a very slow day. Since so many rides were closed we were pretty much finished with the ones that were open within two hours. It was pretty disappointing; I truly hope they open more rides before the season really starts.
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Madurai, India
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TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed February 11, 2020
It was a very nice place with a variety of rides.My favorite was the tornado. All the rides were very enjoyable but all the restaurants have the same meals (chicken strips and fries).it would be very nice if there were different foods.Overall it was exciting.I reccomend this place to thrill riders.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Six Flags White Water

Can I bring a selfie stick into the park?
No. Selfie sticks, monopods, and similar items are not allowed inside Six Flags parks.

Does the water park offer food?
Yes. From hamburgers and fries to chicken wings or pizza, there are eateries for every taste conveniently located throughout the park. Salads are available, plus delicious treats such as funnel cakes and ice cream. Six Flags White Water proudly serves Coca-Cola® products throughout the park for your enjoyment as well.

Can I bring my own food and beverages?
Food, beverages, coolers, and grills may not be brought into the park. The only food exceptions are for food allergies and infant food, in non-glass jars. Six Flags White Water prohibits the use of grills and open flames in and around the property, including parking lots.

What is Six Flags White Water’s alcohol policy?
No alcoholic beverages are allowed to be brought into Six Flags White Water. Alcoholic beverages purchased in the park may not leave the designated patio of the restaurant location. Excessive consumption of alcohol is cause for ejection from the park, without refund. No one under age 21 is permitted to consume alcoholic beverages and proper identification is required to purchase and/or consume alcoholic beverages at Six Flags White Water. Additionally, consumption of alcoholic beverages is not allowed in guest parking lots. Guests are prohibited from taking beer or wine purchased in the park out through the front gate, or off the designated patio.

Are strollers and wheelchairs available for rent?
Strollers are not offered at Six Flags White Water. Wheelchair rentals are available in a limited quantity on a first-come, first-served basis. You may need to show proof of valid ID to rent a wheelchair.

Are ATMs available onsite?
There is an ATM located in the Treasure Chest Gift Shop for your convenience.

Does Six Flags White Water have lockers for rent?
Guests may rent lockers for $15, $17 and $20 respectively. Lockers are subject to availability. Lockers may not be reserved in advance. All items must be removed from lockers at the end of your visit. Lockers are located near the Activity Pool, The Rapids, Atlanta Ocean Wavepool, and Buccaneer Bay.

What happens if it rains during my visit?
For guest safety and the effectiveness of our lifeguard staff, ride operations may be suspended due to heavy rain or severe weather conditions. Ride operations will resume as soon as the weather clears and conditions are safe for playtime again.

If ride operations are suspended for more than one continuous hour due to weather, a rain check will be issued to guests who have a receipt for the day’s admission and are exiting the park for the day. Rain checks will not be available after ride operations resume.

Does the park have a space for nursing mothers?
Yes. Space for baby changing is provided in most restrooms. A private area for nursing mothers is located in First Aid.

Can I re-enter the park if I need to briefly exit?
Yes. Guests who leave the park and plan to return must get their hand stamped before they leave the park at the exit re-entry gate. When guests return to the park they must enter through the re-entry gate with a proper hand stamp or re-entry will not be allowed. Transferring hand stamps is a violation of Six Flags policies and is strictly forbidden.

Is smoking allowed in the park?

Can I bring my pet to the park?
Only service animals may enter Six Flags White Water.

What ride restrictions are in place?
Typical safety restrictions include height requirements, health and safety advisories, and accessibility guidelines. These restrictions are on signs posted at each slide and attraction.

What should I bring?
Bring your White Water tickets, a valid ID, extra cash, a bathing suit, sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, a cover-up outfit, and towels.