Best Splash Pads, Pools and Water Playgrounds in Atlanta
Cool off from those hot summer temperatures at these water parks, splash pads, pools and beaches.
Call or check websites before visiting to make sure the water feature is open.
The Battery Atlanta
This shopping, dining and sports space also features an interactive water fountain for splashing around during hot days.
Duluth Town Green Fountain
In the middle of Duluth’s Town Green, this kid-friendly fountain sprays water two stories in the air.
E.E. Robinson Park Fountain
Cool off at this interactive fountain, play on the covered playgrounds, walk the paved trail and more at this park.
Fountain of Rings at Centennial Olympic Park
Get sprayed, surprised and chilled in these dazzling fountains.
This park has an interactive fountain for visitors to play in, along with a playground, trail loop, wood bridges and a soil-based soccer field.
Legacy Fountain at Piedmont Park
Splash in this fountain that features more than 70 jets reaching up to 30 feet in the air.
Suwanee Town Center Park: Big Splash Interactive Fountain
The largest interactive fountain in Gwinnett County uses 1,400 gallons of recycled water every minute.
Town Green at Alpharetta City Center
Located in front of City Hall, this area features a spray fountain with seating for families.
Village Park at North Henry
Cool off in this interactive fountain, play on the playground, and work out at the outdoor fitness circuit.
For a Fee:
Atlanta Botanical Garden
Head to the Children’s Garden to cool down with their bigger and better splash pad. $26.95-$29.95; ages 3-12, $23.95-$26.95; ages 2 and younger, free.
Geyser Towers at Stone Mountain Park
This attraction features a trickling creek and a climbing structure with gushing geysers. Must be 32 in. tall and wear closed-toe shoes. Included in Attractions Pass: $39.95+; ages 3-11, $34.95+; ages 2 and younger, free; parking, $20.
Splash Fountain at Zoo Atlanta
During the heat of summer, this splash pad with 18 water jets adds fun to your zoo trip. $26.45-$31.70; ages 3-11, $21.20-$25.45; ages 2 and younger, free.
Splash Pads and Spraygrounds
Center Hill Splash Pad
Kids will love playing in a water tunnel and hurdling over in-ground spray jets to beat the heat.
Cook Park Splash Pad
This 16-acre park features an enormous playground, splash pad, multi-purpose courts, a rock-climbing wall and more, as well as a bioretention pond and wetlands.
D.H. Stanton Park and Splash ‘N Play
This splash pad is the first solar-powered park in the city. Kids love the spray jets, stationary water cannons and structures to hide behind.
Historic Fourth Ward Park Splash Pad
Prepare to leave with soaking-wet kids because this splash pad has jets that stream water from all directions.
Laurel Park Sprayground
This spot is a great area for kids to expend their energy by running through the numerous sprinklers and water sprayers.
Lillian Webb Park
An awesome fountain, waterfall and interactive splash pad for kids to play in all summer long.
Perkerson Park Splash Pad
This water zone features spectacular fountains for great water fun. The park offers tennis and basketball courts, too.
Splash Park at Sugar Hill
Located behind Sugar Hill City Hall, this wheelchair accessible splash park features lighted fountains, and to activate the water features, push the button on the column facing the area.
Two Bridges Park
This new park in Dunwoody features the city’s first splash pad.
For a Fee:
Spray Station at East Roswell Park
This premier sprayground offers hours of fun and extravagant features for kids and toddlers. $2; ages 11 months and younger, free.
Sprayground at Elizabeth Porter Park
Stay cool at this sprayground in Marietta, where water jets and sprinklers will lead to hours of laughter and play. $2-$3.
Exchange Splash Pad
Cool off beneath the water play structures, sprinklers and fountains at this splash pad. $3; ages 3-18, $2; ages 2 and younger, free.
Cool off with the fountains and water features; this park also has a playground. $0-$5.
Old Atlanta Park
Kids of all ages will have loads of fun at this 34-acre park with a splash pad and playground. $2.
Riverside Park Splash ‘N’ Play Sprayground
Cool off beneath a spinning mushroom and try to dodge the in-ground spray jets at this Roswell sprayground. $2; ages 11 months and younger, free.
Splash Island at Adams Park
This splash pad includes water blasters, spray tunnels and a water-pouring bucket. $5.
Swift-Cantrell Park Splash Pad
This 3,200-square-foot pad includes a fountain spray, ground geyser, jet stream, magic mist and sea silhouettes for water play. $3; ages 2 and younger, free.
Waleska Splash Pad
This splash pad will leave kids with smiles as they play under the water buckets and umbrella fountains. $1-$2.
Garden Hills Pool
In the heart of Buckhead, members to this pool have exclusive access to Movie & Trivia Nights, as well as Adult, Family & Youth Parties. Daily access, $5; Family pricing begins at $315 for the season.
The beach-entry access pool makes it easier and accessible, and bubbler features entertain younger swimmers. Decatur also has the Ebster Park Pool, Glenlake Pool and Oakhurst Indoor Pool. $3-$6; ages 2-17, $2-$4; ages 1 and younger, $0-$4.
Milton City Pool
Home to the Milton Mustang Swim Team, practice your skills at this pool, or chill out with younger kids in the walk-in kiddie pool. $5-$7.50.
Piedmont Park Aquatic Center
Features beach entry, lap lanes, natural and structured shade on the pool deck, concessions and recreational activities. $5.
Roswell Area Park Pool
This pool features a 50-meter Olympic-size pool with eight lap lanes, a diving well, a children’s wading pool and aquatic exercise programs. $3-$5; ages 1 and younger, free.
Sewell Park Pool
This splash pad is perfect for cooling off during the hot summer days and having fun under the palm tree fountain. $4.50-$6.75; ages 3-17, $3.50-$5.25.
City of Tucker Pools
Register for a specific 90 minute time period each day at one of Tucker’s two pools, Cofer Pool or Smoke Rise Pool. $5; ages 3-11, $3; ages 2 and younger, free.
Pools with Mini-Water Parks
Best Friend Park Pool
Play in the outdoor leisure pool, giant waterslide and water play structures. $4.25; non-Gwinnett resident, $8.50.
Bethesda Park Aquatic Center
This location features a giant waterslide that curves out of the building and then re-enters before dropping you into a pool, a lazy river, zero-depth entry into the leisure pool and dunking buckets. $4.25; non-Gwinnett resident, $8.50.
Bogan Park Aquatic Center
This indoor leisure pool with beach entry, giant waterslide and water play structures is located in Buford. $4.25; non-Gwinnett resident, $8.50.
Browns Mill Aquatic Facility
Featuring a lazy river, over-the-pool climbing nets, slides and more, this Lithonia pool is fun for the whole family. $7; ages 17 and younger, $5.
Cherokee County Aquatic Center
This aquatic facility features two indoor pools, and the Oasis Outdoor Pool with two waterslides, a water playground, beach entry and more. $9; ages 2-13, $7; ages 1 and younger, free.
Collins Hill Aquatic Center
This outdoor attraction has a zero-depth pool entry, interactive water features, slides, squirty play areas and more. There is also a toddler pool and lazy river. $4.25; non-Gwinnett resident, $8.50.
Cumming Aquatic Center
The Outdoor Leisure Pool has a waterslide, lazy river and a play structure area for cooling down during the summer season. $8; ages 2-13, $7; ages 1 and younger, free.
Frances Meadows Aquatic Center
This aquatic facility features a seasonal outdoor water park with a splash zone. $9; ages 2-13, $7; ages 1 and younger, free.
Lenora Park Pool
Splash around in the outdoor leisure pool, giant waterslide, river channel and water play structures. $4.25; non-Gwinnett resident, $8.50.
Mountain Park Aquatic Center
This Stone Mountain aquatic center features an indoor instructional pool, an outdoor leisure pool, two waterslides, water play structures and more. $4.25; non-Gwinnett resident, $8.50.
Rhodes Jordan Park Pool
Splash around in the outdoor leisure pool featuring a waterslide, river channel and water play structures. $4.25; non-Gwinnett resident, $8.50.
Seven Springs Water Park at Wild Horse Creek Park
The activity pool at this Powder Springs park is four feet in depth and has an in-water seating area and two basketball back boards. The spray and fountain play areas and two waterslides connected to a leisure river also add to the fun. $6-$9; ages 3-17, $4-$6; ages 2 and younger, free.
South Cobb Aquatic Center
Splash down the huge enclosed spiraling slide, slip through the yellow tube slide and into the water and finally enjoy a “lazy river” float. $4.50-$6.75; ages 2-17, $3.50-$5.25; ages 1 and younger, free.
West Gwinnett Park Aquatic Center
Featuring indoor and outdoor pools, waterslides, a river channel, a bubble bench, water play structures and more, this aquatic center has something for everyone to dip their toe in. $4.25; non-Gwinnett resident, $8.50.
Wills Park Pool
Swim in the lanes, participate in water fitness, and enjoy splashing around in this pool. $5-$8; ages 3 and younger, free.
Water Park Attractions
Buccaneer Cove at Norcross Malibu Grand Prix
This five-level water play area features more than 1,000 feet of slides, tunnels, spray loops and a water cannon. Parents can relax and supervise the fun from a lounge chair or cabana. $15.99-$34.99.
Margaritaville at Lanier Islands
Find Georgia’s largest wave pool at Lake Lanier Islands’ beach and water park. Splash-happy tots adore Wiggle Waves and thrill seekers soar down the four-lane slide for a race, plus there is a wide variety of slides for all ages. $39.99-$54.99; ages 3 and younger, free; parking, $20.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor
Ride the surf in the giant wave pool, plummet down an enclosed tunnel into a zero-gravity wave slide on the Tsunami Surge or take on the three, twisting slides of the Bonzai Pipelines. Paradise Island includes an interactive children’s playground. $34.99+; parking, $30.
Six Flags White Water
This water park offers rides for families, like the Bahama Bob Slide, where families pilot rafts down rapids; younger kids like Lilypad Crossing, a balancing game across a pool; and daredevils like the Typhoon Twister, a five-story drop. New for 2023, Caribbean Cove is an exciting children’s AquaPlay structure. $29.99+; parking, $25.
This water park in Clayton County includes a 1,279-feet-long lazy river, a splash pad, pools for different ages, a lake and more. $20; ages 2 and younger, free.
Terminus Wake Park
Play in an aquatic amusement park with the giant inflatable water playground. $24-$28.
Great Wolf Lodge
Spend the night (or a weekend) at this fun water park and resort (water park included with resort stay) with tons of family attractions including slides, games, pools and more. Day Pass, $60-$100; ages 2 and younger, free; pricing for rooms vary.
SoundWaves at Gaylord Opryland
This four-acre indoor and outdoor water attraction features Rapid Remix, a mega raft ride for 4-5 people, the Groovin’ Lagoon Activity Pool, waterslides, play structures and more. Admission included with room: $629+.
Acworth Beach at Cauble Park
The beach area features a white sand beach and roped off area for swimming. The city of Acworth features three other beaches on two lakes: South Shore Park, Dallas Landing Park and Proctor Landing Park. Non-resident parking fee, $15.
Experience the beach with swimming, volleyball, watersports, island cocktails and more at this spot which is open daily. $0-$9.99.
Robin Lake Beach at Callaway Gardens
Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, miniature golf, a floating playground with obstacles, paddle boats, inflatable waterslide, rock climbing wall and more. $19.95-$24.95; ages 2 and younger, free.
The Swimming Beach at Red Top Mountain State Park
Cool off in the sandy beach area and roped off swimming area nestled in a cove and surrounded by trees at Lake Allatoona, and enjoy the nearby putt-putt golf and large playground. Parking, $5.