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Nashville Shores Hermitage

Where is it at?

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Nashville Shores
4001 Bell Road
Hermitage
TN
37076
Tel: 615 889 7050

Directions

Nashville Shores is conveniently located off I-40 just two exits east of Nashville International Airport; approximately 10 minutes east of downtown Nashville.

Where are we going today?

Nashville Shores offers a thrilling waterpark experience with 8 different water slides of varying severity, huge wave pool, lazy river and even a boat ride!

Plus Kowabunga Beach is their wet adventure play area featuring a water tree house and interactive water playground.

For over 7s there is also the Treetop Adventure Park, featuring over 100 challenges set up in the tree canopy, with zip lines, bridges, swings and more, all colour coded for difficulty so you know what you're getting into and whether to go around.

Plus lakeside cabin camping and marina.

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFrom $22.99
  • ChildrenFrom $22.99
  • Free Under: 2 years.
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

10am opening daily May through September, closing varies seasonally between 6pm and 8pm.

I'm Hungry!

There are concession stands, including pizza, hamburgers, hot dogs, and chicken..

Healthy Eating!

If you have any special dietary needs, guests should visit First Aid located near the park entrance when they arrive at the park for approval to bring in special dietary foods..

Any Top Tips?

Prices quoted are for water park, Treetop Adventure $34.99 per person. Tennessee sales tax, 9.25%, is added to your purchases. .

Need a little extra help?

Park largely wheelchair accessible..

More information

Jet ski and pontoon boat rentals also available. Nashville Shores also offers volleyball and horseshoes..

What people are saying?

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    Previous reviews made this sound like an awful place...it was cool! It's small but it was fun. The wave pool had the biggest & best waves I've experienced at a water park. Lazy River was great. The slides were fun & not too intense...

    The food was good & at a price you should expect at a park (except for the pizzas). Only problem with food service is that they were EXTREMELY SLOW! It took 45 minutes to get to the window to find out they were out of chocolate ice cream!

    We were there early, so we didn't have an issue with getting tubes...but it...Read More

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    My family went to Family Fun Night at Nashville Shores on Friday night for our first time at the park and had a good time! At only $9.99 each to get in from 5-9 and no parking fee, it was well worth it for our tight entertainment budget. We ate the BBQ dinner offered at the park for only $8.99 each including a drink. The food was good and there was more of it than I was expecting! We drove from Cookeville to visit the park and even though during this special event only certain attractions were open--Wave pool, Lazy river, and Kowabunga beach...Read More

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    My family and I bought season passes to this silly waterpark joke right. My 2 year old daughter had fun playing with all the kids stuff so it was worth it I thought. Well I had the day off work during the weekdays so I planned to take my wife and daughter to play in the water since I paid all this money for season passes. We got to Nashville Shores at 1PM Guess what the waterpark was closed for some special guest. Not the people who paid for season passes. They wouldn't be open until 5pm we just drove 18 miles and the weather was perfect. But we...Read More

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    We went on a Friday and got there about 30 minutes after the park opened. There was no where to sit and very few shady areas. There wasn't any lounges to be had around the wave pool. The slides also had no tubes available to ride down the slide on, they were all taken. I don't know if this was due to a shortage of floats or not because it didn't seem to be too busy and the lines were not extremely long. i guess you could rent them but didn't want to carry it around all day
    There were no lines at the food court, and the food was expensive. The life...Read More

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    me and my two daughters ages 9 & 3 have season passes. this is our first time getting season passes. We love it. we go about 4 or 5 times a week. we go about 2 in the afternoon so the big crowds are leaving. bottom line me and my kids love this water park

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by Courtney Williams

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Previous reviews made this sound like an awful place...it was cool! It's small but it was fun. The wave pool had the biggest & best waves I've experienced at a water park. Lazy River was great. The slides were fun & not too intense...

The food was good & at a price you should expect at a park (except for the pizzas). Only problem with food service is that they were EXTREMELY SLOW! It took 45 minutes to get to the window to find out they were out of chocolate ice cream!

We were there early, so we didn't have an issue with getting tubes...but it wouldn't hurt to buy a few more. I guess because it's so small they didn't feel the need for signs to point out where things were...otherwise it was fun!

by Christina Barnes

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My family went to Family Fun Night at Nashville Shores on Friday night for our first time at the park and had a good time! At only $9.99 each to get in from 5-9 and no parking fee, it was well worth it for our tight entertainment budget. We ate the BBQ dinner offered at the park for only $8.99 each including a drink. The food was good and there was more of it than I was expecting! We drove from Cookeville to visit the park and even though during this special event only certain attractions were open--Wave pool, Lazy river, and Kowabunga beach (for kids)--my son, husband and myself all agreed that it was worth the trip! The DJ by the wave pool was fun and engaging. I was impressed by the friendly attitudes of the staff.

by stacey trammell

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My family and I bought season passes to this silly waterpark joke right. My 2 year old daughter had fun playing with all the kids stuff so it was worth it I thought. Well I had the day off work during the weekdays so I planned to take my wife and daughter to play in the water since I paid all this money for season passes. We got to Nashville Shores at 1PM Guess what the waterpark was closed for some special guest. Not the people who paid for season passes. They wouldn't be open until 5pm we just drove 18 miles and the weather was perfect. But we got ripped off by this place. I do intend to see about getting a refund since they are not willing to honor our season passes. Oh yeah they have our email address and they never let us know they would be closed today. If you want to get screwed this is the place to go.

by Cindy Moede

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We went on a Friday and got there about 30 minutes after the park opened. There was no where to sit and very few shady areas. There wasn't any lounges to be had around the wave pool. The slides also had no tubes available to ride down the slide on, they were all taken. I don't know if this was due to a shortage of floats or not because it didn't seem to be too busy and the lines were not extremely long. i guess you could rent them but didn't want to carry it around all day
There were no lines at the food court, and the food was expensive. The life guards were everywhere and looked very busy and professional. The place looked clean and well maintained.

I was disappointed about the lack od floats/intertubes and lounges, and only went on one slide, and the wave pool.
The only other water park I've been to is Holiday World and so now I guess I'm spoiled.

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