Check out more of these great water parks and splash and play before the summer ends.  

Geyser Towers at Stone Mountain Park: The “Adventure Pass” gets you all of the many park attractions where guests maneuver through multiple levels of suspended rope bridges and net tunnels connecting to towering platforms that overlook a gushing geyser. Sporadic eruptions and water jets will cool you off.
Location:  1000 Robert E. Lee Blvd., Stone Mountain, 770-498-5690;
Cost: Adults, $14; ages 3-11, $14. Parking, $10

Robin Lake Beach, Callaway Gardens: Splash in the lake, visit the Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center, or just relax in the sand and head into the water. For $10 extra, kids (and adults) can jump around Aqua Island – a floating playground with obstacles sure to put them into the lake; ages 2-6 must have adult supervision.
Location: 17800 US Hwy 27, Pine Mountain; 1-800-225-5292;
Cost: Adults, $18; ages 6-12, $9; age 5 and younger, free. Aqua Island, $10

Buccaneer Cove at Malibu Grand Prix: This new water attraction promises gallons of fun with five levels of slippery slides, tunnels, spray loops, an interactive aqua dome and plenty of water slides for older and younger children.
Location: 5400 Brook Hollow Pkwy., Norcross. 770-416-7630;
Cost: Adults and children, $19.99; chaperone pass, $5

The Beach at Clayton County International Park: One price gains access to both the beach for swimming and the colorful and immense “adventure kiddie pool,” with fountains, towers, “water shooters” and more.
Location: 2300 Highway 138 S.E., Jonesboro. 770-477-3766;
Cost: Ages 13 and older, $11; kids 3-12, $9; ages 2 and younger, free.

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