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Six Flags White Water Marietta

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Six Flags White Water
250 Cobb Parkway North
Marietta
GA
30062
Tel: 770 948-9290

Where are we going today?

Six Flags is one of the most popular water parks in the entire USA, and when you visit, you will see why!

Six Flags White Water has over 50 incredible attractions, from the thrilling, to the family, and even ones for the kiddies!

Want to explore? Then let's start with the thrill rides, shall we! Have you ever wanted to experience what it's like to float around in the ocean? Just head to the Atlanta Ocean Wave Pool, with 700,000 gallons of ocean sized fun all in the one park!

Ever wanted to shoot 50ft in 3 seconds flat? Just head to the Caribbean Plunge where you and a friend can take on the fastest drop in the entire park! From the fastest in the park, to the tallest in the WORLD - the Dive Bomber is only for the very brave!

There are rafting rides that will take you through giant funnels, and head first racers if you want to see your finish line shooting towards you!

But of course, Six Flags White Water is for everyone, including those who don't want those extreme thrills. You can float and splash in the activity pool, or work as a team as you make your way down some pretty fun rapids!

There are junior sized flumes, and shoot like a cannonball right into the activity pool!

Those little water babies have their own water fun with Buccaneer Bay, filled with interactive play for those swashbucklers, Lilypad Crossings, and even a tree house!

And we haven't even begun to scratch the surface at Six Flags White Water, so what are you waiting for? The water is waiting, and so is the FUN!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$42.99
  • Children$36.99
  • Free Under: 2 years
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

Hours vary on the day so check ahead!

May to early October

Teachers corner

They LOVE having groups, so why not take the students down to learn all about science, physics, and to celebrate something fun!.

I'm Hungry!

You can't bring outside food, but there are plenty of options inside the park! From All-American, to ice cream, Italian, and of course those fun snacks!.

Healthy Eating!

They have a host of healthy options at the park, including salads and veggie burgers!.

Any Top Tips?

Some of the rides have height restrictions so check before you queue!.

Need a little extra help?

You can rent a wheelchair on a first come first served basis, and speak to Guest Relations about which rides are accessible for you. .

Baby Facilities

There is baby changing areas in most restrooms, and a private area for nursing mothers.

Can I get one of those?

Bring that pocket money, because there is apparel, gifts, merchandise, and even things for the day!.

More information

If you want to visit when it's not as busy, weekdays in summer are ideal, and Sundays are best if you visit on a weekend .

What people are saying?

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    Let me start by saying I never write reviews....but consumers need to be aware of this place! This was by far the most disappointing amusement park I have ever been to. Every aspect of this park was a joke from the rides, customer service, bathroom facilities, park appearance and food options /prices...everything.The roller coasters and park absolutely look horrible... In need of some paint and upkeep!!! The enjoyment of the rides themselves was also terrible. I should have known when you drive up to the park and it looks ghetto it probably isn't...Read More

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    Six Flag theme park is more suitable for families with thrill seeking childern or teens. To all parents my advice to you is take an aspirin before your kids drag you on all the rollercoasters. You will be glad you did at the end of the night. :-)

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    There are some really good rides here. Just like most popular theme parks the lines can be extremely long but that should be expected in this type of place. I wish they would get rid of the Ninja roller coaster and replace it with something more modern. My neck cant take all the whiplash that ride gives.

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    I waited over 25 years to go to six flags. Very disappointing. A bunch of the rides were out of order. Many of the rides are in bad need of some paint. The prices for everything from water to food are higher than Disney or Busch Gardens. Almost all of the food is nothing more than fast food. The new water park is pretty cool. Needs some cool deck not concrete for steps. Very hot and uncomfortable on our feet.
    The few roller coasters and rides we were able to ride was pretty good. By far Busch Gardens of Tampa is a better park.

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    We love going to Six Flags, riding the rides and experiencing the park. We won't be back though until they can fix the "getting into the park" issues. We arrived at the I-20 exit at 10:25 AM Sunday and finally made it through the entrance gate at 12:22 PM - and we already had our tickets! Over an hour of that was getting to a parking spot but the worst was the 45-50 minutes we stood in a mass crowd packed like sardines to funnel into 3-4 small metal detectors/ ticket scanners. No lines, no logic, no movement in 90+ degree temperatures. It really...Read More

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by Aaron Fitzgerald

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Let me start by saying I never write reviews....but consumers need to be aware of this place! This was by far the most disappointing amusement park I have ever been to. Every aspect of this park was a joke from the rides, customer service, bathroom facilities, park appearance and food options /prices...everything.The roller coasters and park absolutely look horrible... In need of some paint and upkeep!!! The enjoyment of the rides themselves was also terrible. I should have known when you drive up to the park and it looks ghetto it probably isn't going to get better inside...and unfortunately I was right. But when your children are in the back seat of the car excited to go in when they see it and they where patient during a 13 hour car ride to get there... You kinda have to go in. It' s pretty sad when a fair share of the rides at a major theme park compare to what you would find at a local church festival, especially the rides for children!!! I been around the country to various theme parks and this is the first Six Flags brand park I have ever experienced...and it will be my last. I refuse to give what little hard earned money I have to such a sub par product. However, I was warned not to go by a person I met in passing at a hotel few weeks earlier, but by that time the vacation was already planned. Six Flags over Georgia... You should be ashamed!!!!!!! Consumers take your money elsewhere!!!!!

by Stacey Lewis

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We love going to Six Flags, riding the rides and experiencing the park. We won't be back though until they can fix the "getting into the park" issues. We arrived at the I-20 exit at 10:25 AM Sunday and finally made it through the entrance gate at 12:22 PM - and we already had our tickets! Over an hour of that was getting to a parking spot but the worst was the 45-50 minutes we stood in a mass crowd packed like sardines to funnel into 3-4 small metal detectors/ ticket scanners. No lines, no logic, no movement in 90+ degree temperatures. It really is a heat stroke/riot waiting to happen. We love the park but won't be back until there's a reasonable, safe way to enter it.

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