Lake Winnepesaukah Chattanooga
Where are we going today?
Are you excited to spend some time on some pretty awesome coasters, or perhaps take on a 14 story free fall ride? If you are, then you might want to keep reading all about Lake Winnepesaukah!
Thrill rides, kiddie rides, family rides...you name it, there will be a thrill just big enough for you! We're thinking we will start with the thrill rides!
fancy making a SPLASH! The Boat Chute was actually built in the 1920s but the founder of Lake Winnespesaukah, and was the first ride in the park! It will also give you just as big a thrills as it did all those years ago when it first opened!
Ever heard of the Cannon Ball Roller Coaster? Designed and engineered JUST for the park, it's a whopping 2,272 feet long, with a huge vertical drop of 70 feet. Good luck on that one!
You can pilot your own plane through the air, or take a swing in the huge pirate ship battling the rough high seas. You can even take on the hairpin twists and turns of Wild Lightnin'!
But as we said - there are plenty of other "thrills" for families and little kiddies too at Lake Winnespesaukah. The Wacky Factory will take you on a journey of surprises and distorted reality, and those little kids really love racing down the Super Slide.
Swing through the air on your very own seat swing, or fly on the back of your very own bumble bee! Sports cars, lady bugs, boats and frogs...kids will certainly be in their "fun" element at this fun Tennessee attraction!
Don't forget to check out the concerts and events they have throughout the year, and those fun seasonal experiences like Halloween where the park becomes Lake WinnepeSPOOKah!
How much does it cost?
- Adults$25 unlimited rides ages 3 to 54
- Children$12 unlimited rides ages 1 and 2
- Free Under: 12 months
When can we go?
Hours vary on the day and month
April to October
They sell concessions in the park - not outside food or drink allowed.
Any Top Tips?
When you arrive, check out what events or concerts there are that day so you can play your day around them!.
Doing our bit
They have safety as their no. 1 priority, so some rides have height restrictions for that very reason. .
Need a little extra help?
Service animals welcome. When you arrive, speak to Guest Services about what assistance they can offer you .
Don't forget to dress up on those seasonal events - like Halloween! .
What people are saying?
by Brandy LeVan
I love the park and I love going but I hate the fact that they don't offer a season pass for people that live nearby. I understand the need to make money but I'm pretty sure that you make more than enough that they could do a season pass. The food is surprisingly a reasonable price. Considering it's an amusement park and a water park it's a great place to go to with kids of all ages.
by John Smith
Lake Winnie is the perfect family park. The lines are hardly ever long enough to be bothersome, except when corporate picnics are going on, the new water park section isn't crowded if you get there at the right time, and the rides are fun for everyone in the family. I've been going there since I was a child, and not I bring my own to the park. People whine because of the ticket system, but the band is a measly 20 bucks a person. Said band gets you free rides all day. Now, the other major gripe people have is 'the food costs money! I paid for the...Read More
by Roger Randall
Cool place with old school charm. Brought back memories of when I went to the park as a kid.
by Reana Tate
We've been coming to lake winnie since we were about seven, I'm 24 now and my children love it also. I love the rides and water park,young children will have a blast so will the older ones. The water park was also very fun,and I've never had a problem with the staff. It's a great place and I can't wait to go back.
by bruce mcclendon
totally NOT worth the admission price. They charge you just to get in, then start charging you for everything else after you GET in! If you have a family of 4, you better have $200. They think they are Six Flags but I can assure you they are not!
by John Smith
Lake Winnie is the perfect family park. The lines are hardly ever long enough to be bothersome, except when corporate picnics are going on, the new water park section isn't crowded if you get there at the right time, and the rides are fun for everyone in the family. I've been going there since I was a child, and not I bring my own to the park. People whine because of the ticket system, but the band is a measly 20 bucks a person. Said band gets you free rides all day. Now, the other major gripe people have is 'the food costs money! I paid for the band, but I don't get free everything'! In that case, I just tell them to be quiet. The food isn't expensive. It's YOUR fault for not eating before getting into the park. Compared to huge parks like Kings Dominion in Virginia and Six Flags Over Georgia, the food at Lake Winnie is barely a cost. The park offers a photo booth, if you're into those, a souvenir shop, and a souvenir hat stall. Not to mention the boardwalk themed games, which offer varying prizes. All in all, if you've got some money to fling at the admission gate, you'll be set to enjoy your day at this great park.