Hurricane Harbor at Six Flags

Zip down water slides, play in water features and ride the wave pools at these water parks in Atlanta, Georgia. Also check out our Best Water Playgrounds and Splash Pads in Atlanta and our 250 Things to Do in Atlanta with Kids this Summer.

Six Flags White Water

Ride together on family-friendly slides like Bahama Bob and Lizard’s Tail, or let younger kids play in Captain Kidd’s Cove or Lilypad Crossing. Tweens and teens (and grownups!) will get their thrills on wilder rides like the Tornado and Gulf Coast Screamer.

Margaritaville at Lake Lanier Islands

Margaritaville at Lanier Islands

Cool off in the Wild Waves pool, shoot the rapids on Raging River, or test your bravery on Triple Threat’s heart-pounding drops. An over-the-water zip line suspends riders 50 feet in the air.

Buccaneer Cove at Malibu Grand Prix Norcross

This five-level water play area features slides, tunnels, spray loops and a water cannon. Parents can relax and supervise the fun from a lounge chair or cabana.

Hurricane Harbor at Six Flags

This tropical-themed park is a good place to cool off after enjoying a few roller coasters. Explore the interactive kids zone, ride the waves in Calypso Bay or experience a four-story drop on the Bonzai Pipelines slide.

Robin Lake Beach at Callaway Gardens

Robin Lake Beach at Callaway Gardens

Sandy beaches, swimming and sun make Robin Lake Beach a family favorite. There are lots of activities for kids of all ages, including a children’s playground, mini golf, table tennis and shuffleboard. Special events – including Friday night Movies on the Beach, Saturday Summer Sunset Music Series, and a July 4th Beach Party – make Robin Lake Beach worth the trip.

Great Wolf Lodge – LaGrange

Spend the night (or a weekend) at this waterpark and resort (waterpark included with resort stay) with tons of family attractions including slides, games, pools and more.

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