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  • Address : 250 Cobb Parkway North #100, Marietta, GA 30062
  • Phone Number : +1 770-590-4067
  • Email : info@sixflags.com
  • Subpremise : #100
  • Street Number : 250
  • Route : Cobb Parkway North
  • Postal Code : 30062
  • Locality : Marietta
  • State : Georgia (GA)
  • Country : United States
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    This water park was terrible on many different levels. I I made a reservation for a cabana only to arrive and be told that the were sold out and had no record of me. They should have a maximum capacity limit so you would not have to stand in line an HOUR to go down one slide. The wave pool and lazy river were elbow to elbow crowded. The consession stands??? Forget that as well. Five dollars for a cup of soda and eight dollars for a funnel cake. We bought the fast pass arm bands and the time kept increasing on them as well. It was a hot miserable afternoon. This place is over rated. Lesson learned.

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    I know there are a lot of reviews offering tips for a good day at White Water, but I'd like to add a few of my own, and reiterate some of the others. This is an old water park that was purchased by Six Flags, so you will be disappointed if you expect Disney World. It's small, it can get crowded at times, and you may have to wait in a line for a slide. Those are things you should already expect when visiting one of the very few theme parks in Georgia, and in the south for that matter. The pavement can be hot if you choose to go barefoot, and it's a little rough in some spots. Some of the buildings look a little rough, and some of the staff members could be more professional and have a better sense of urgency, but they always seem ultra friendly and happy. The lifeguards were a little snooty, but I'd rather they be overbearing than inattentive! These ARE things that the park DOES have control of, and it would be great of they could improve those areas. 1) Go on a WEEKDAY. This one isn't easy for everyone, and everyone might catch on, but Monday through Thursday are the best days to go. The longest we had to wait, on a Monday, was about 30 minutes for the Tornado and the Typhoon Twister. Everything else was significantly less. 2) Get a SEASON PASS. This year we purchased the memberships. We live 90 minutes from both Six Flags and White Water, so having the combo passes enable us to visit both parks more than once. If you have a large family, or are planning on visiting both parks, even just once, BUY A MEMBERSHIP! The membership lets you pay monthly without any finance charges. It pays your admission, which is over $30 for White Water and over $60 for Six Flags if you pay at the gate. It covers parking, saving you $15 at White Water and $20 at Six Flags. You also get coupons to bring a friend at a discount or even free during certain times. You can even add a dining pass for an upfront charge, which will save you loads on food and snacks if you go more than once! 3) Buy the refillable souvenir bottles! This year they debuted a $20 option which allows you FREE UNLIMITED REFILLS at BOTH PARKS ALL SEASON LONG! Why would you not do that? You'd be nuts to not do that. 4) Pack a cooler with lunch! If you don't get the dining pass, one meal for one person can set you back about $11. Not much more than a lunch at Zaxby's or somewhere, but still pricey. You can get your hand stamped and have a lunch break at the car! The walk from White Water to the parking lot is nowhere near as long as the walk to the parking lot at Six Flags! 5) Get a locker! The $20 lockers have MORE THAN ENOUGH room for a family's stuff. We had EIGHT PEOPLE in our group, and the locker was plenty roomy for our bags of clothes, shoes, drink bottles, etc. The park is small enough that renting a centrally located locker was worth it, and really convenient. At Six Flags, it might not be as helpful to pay for a locker, because the park is so huge. 6) Be open minded! I wasn't in love with the idea of walking barefoot around what is essentially a giant bathroom, but holding flops while on a slide definitely takes away from the rush! The pavement isn't that bad, and using the Little Hooch lazy river as transportation definitely helped! Just bring some comfy shoes for the ride home to give your feet a break! No, I don't work at either of these parks! I just really love Six Flags and I've been so many times that I've worked out all the kinks and have a good system going!

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    I would get season passes every year of i could. This is a wonderful place to come to every few weeks on the season passes, dining passes and all instead of spending hundreds of dollars just for a weekend vacay. Me and my children love swimming so this is ideal.

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    This place do not have where you can rent motorized scooters if you have some type of disability. You pay $25 to rent a broken wheel chair. I was going down a hill and when I tried to slow down and I ended up hurting my hands because the thing you can slow it down with was so beat up the friction burnt my hands. Also the wheels wouldn't turn correctly. I was just there yesterday. Bring your own food, leave it in your vehicle and then once you get hungry go to gate where you came in and have them stamp your hand. Once your hand is stamped you can leave the park and com back in without paying twice. You can bring a cooler with only water in it. Going through their security feels like your at a airport. Security goes all through your bag feeling for whatever, so don't think your going to sneak in any food or alcohol, Unless it clear like water, lol

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    5 out of 5 Rating

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    It was fun under the eyes of a ten year old (me) my only problem is the hot paving and the people who won't move on the lazy river

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