Waterparks

High Falls Water Park Jackson

Where is it at?

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High Falls Water Park
4946 High Falls Road
Jackson
GA
30233
Tel: 478 994 1717

Where are we going today?

We know it can get pretty hot in Georgia across those summer months, so it makes sense to head somewhere pretty COOL on your next family day out!

How about High Falls Water Park! Let's see - they love families visiting, they have plenty of water activities, lots of water features, and some treats thrown in too. Sounds great!

High Falls Water Park is a seasonal outdoor water park filled with water fun for the whole family. For those feeling like they want to just float and take it all in, the family pool is perfect! Maybe practice those laps, or just enjoy the atmosphere!

For those in the family who love a few more thrills in their day, High Falls Water Park has not one, but TWO large water slides! Who will make the biggest SPLASH at the bottom? It's a close call!

Even the little ones in the family will find something for them at this Georgia water park. The Pirate Ship play area has fun kiddie sized water features for those swashbuckling buccaneers. Arrrr me harties, it be water fun time!

And of course, for when you want to take a break and dry off, there are plenty of lounge chairs and umbrellas that will certainly help with that!

So why not do something COOL this summer and head to High Falls Water Park - it's fun in the sun, and it's only just begun!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$12
  • Children$12
  • Free Under: 2 years.
LAST UPDATED 2017

When can we go?

11am - 5pm Mon - Sat / 12pm - 5pm Sun.

May to August daily, then weekends to Labor Day

I'm Hungry!

Swimming is hungry work! Good thing they have a treat style snack concession stand available..

Healthy Eating!

It's a good idea to take bottled water with you, and you can bring a sack lunch if you want to bring your own healthy treats.

Any Top Tips?

There isn't age or height restrictions for the slide, but they do recommend for small kids to have life vests or slide with an adult.

Doing our bit

They love to keep you safe, and have lifeguards on duty at all water features and all times.

Need a little extra help?

If you have any questions about accessibility just speak to staff!.

Can I get one of those?

There is a small necessaries shop with things like swim nappies, suncream, goggles, floats and medicine..

More information

You need to pay admission even if you aren't swimming .

What people are saying?

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    Family friendly in every way. We took our 5yr. old (just over the 42"height restriction), and our 5mo. old. This meant a lot of sitting with the 5mo. old and a lot of doing with our 5 yr. old! Suffice to say, we need to have the best of both worlds, comfy seating with fabulous people watching, and enough to leave a 5yr. old sound asleep by 7pm after a days worth of non stop go go go !

    Top line, Splashdown Beach is small enough to feel that one days worth of visit is money well spent, but big enough with a vast breadth of age range appeal to really...Read More

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    Took my daughter to this park every weekend during the 2013 season its more for younger kids but they were expanding the park towards the end of the season and my daughter loved it and she was only 1.5 yrs old can't wait to go this season

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    It's a good water park from my experience my kids love that it's nice and clean

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    I really like splashdown beach it is the perfect waterpark

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    It's awesome. My now 11 year old son went on a field trip there at the end of the 2012-2013 school year with his grade. :D I give it 5-stars

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by nic cumisky

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Family friendly in every way. We took our 5yr. old (just over the 42"height restriction), and our 5mo. old. This meant a lot of sitting with the 5mo. old and a lot of doing with our 5 yr. old! Suffice to say, we need to have the best of both worlds, comfy seating with fabulous people watching, and enough to leave a 5yr. old sound asleep by 7pm after a days worth of non stop go go go !

Top line, Splashdown Beach is small enough to feel that one days worth of visit is money well spent, but big enough with a vast breadth of age range appeal to really deliver value for money.

Not that its expensive, more on that shortly. This is one of the best water parks and family days out I've been to in ages. Clean, lots and lots of front line staff and lifeguards, well run, massive amounts of space with lots of options on seating covering loungers, beach areas, umbrellas and shaded areas, and great food options.

Cost, not a lot considering the spread of entertainment. Same applies for food, a good selection of inexpensive options, from traditional BBQd dogs and burgers to salads etc. all coming in under $10 per head.

For kids under the 42" ride height threshold for some of the wilder wet rides there are still plentiful options. There were a lot of smaller slides, themed areas and fun stuff to do. Basically general messing around in water areas with spray cannons, mini slides, geysers etc, all with the room for parents to get involved or watch from a safe distance. Life guards were plentiful every where we went, not only giving a bit of piece of mind that you have some back up, they also did a great job of preventing older / bigger kids over the height threshold spoiling the smaller ones fun / play. Yes, there is a lot of whistle peeping but I'd rather have that than upset little ones.

For kids over 42", (including big kids aka adults having way too much fun), the park has an enormous pull for the entire day. Lots of water slide rides with varying level of white knuckle thrills, mainly exciting but not overwhelming for me and my mini me 5 yr old. Every ride was well staffed and controlled, resulting in minimum queuing. I also felt that there were no gangs of kids roaming around. There were lots of camp groups but the traditional mid teen, attitude fueled, gob shite spitters were refreshingly conspicuous in their absence.

The single thing that really caught my families attention was how well maintained and cared for the park is. Normally these water parks verge on being tatty at best, and dangerous at worst, but Splashdown Beach looks like it was opened yesterday. Everything felt and looked new or in pristine condition.

We saw zero litter bar one piece of gum which was in the process of being cleaned up, and two dropped ice cream cones, that had a staff member standing over them waiting for a clean up crew to arrive. Seriously, it felt like park inspection day such was the level of attention to keeping areas clean and safe. It was really nice to see this.

The park was busy, but given the layout there was always seating, with all the rides spread out over a well landscaped and beautifully maintained space. It sometimes looked like half of the 5 NY boroughs were visiting, yet never felt over crowded.

In summary, we loved our day out and would highly recommend Splashdown as a great family wide day out which doesn't hurt your pocket and leaves you and your little gang satiated. Enjoy.

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