What can I bring into white water Georgia?
Food & Beverage Policy
- In order to maintain a safe and family-friendly environment, beverages, coolers and glass may not be brought inside the Park.
- Guests may bring an unopened bottle of water for each family member as well as individually packaged, nonperishable children’s snacks.
How tall is the dive bomber at White Water?
Slides and Attractions
|Caribbean Plunge||Slippery Ridge||Over 42″|
|Dive Bomber (formerly Cliff-Hanger)||Flash Flood Canyon||Over 54″|
|Dragon’s Tail||Slippery Ridge||Over 48″|
|Gulf Screamer||Slippery Ridge||Over 42″|
Is Hurricane Harbor open at Six Flags Over Georgia?
Hurricane Harbor at Six Flags Over Georgia is now closed for the season. The waterpark will open in spring 2022. Come on in, the water’s fine! Check out the waves at Hurricane Harbor, or stay cool in one of our exclusive cabanas.
Is water free at Silver Dollar City?
The staff at any of the Silver Dollar City restaurants would be happy to fill a bottle with warm water for you free of charge (this does not include concession stands).
Does Silver Dollar City allow outside food?
Silver Dollar City has lots of great food and snack options, but you’re welcome to bring your own snacks and beverages into the park with you.
Is Dive Bomber open white water?
Dive Bomber is now open at Six Flags Whitewater in Georgia.
How tall is the tallest slide at White Water?
Dare The Drop on the Biggest Thrill in White Water History! KaPau Plummet features two dueling 245-foot slides, each launching riders from a drop-floor into a 70-degree plunge, exceeding the thrills of any water ride ever built at White Water, the 13-acre tropically-themed Branson water park.
Does Six Flags Over GA have a lazy river?
You deserve to take it easy! Grab a tube and get ready to kick back on the Little Hooch River, a mellow, meandering lazy waterway. This slow moving water trail weaves around the park and is just what you need when it is time to slow down and enjoy life at a mellow pace.
Are Silver Dollar City and White Water connected?
The answer is no. It is not one of those water parks that is connected to the amusement park. It is actually located five miles away or about a 10-minute drive. So don’t plan on doing White Water the same day that you do the Silver Dollar City amusement park.