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The South's largest water theme park, with nearly 50 ways to get wet on 50 scenic acres. Lazy rivers, a 750,000 gallon wave pool, tube slides, body flumes and family raft rides, as well as children's attractions and activity pool.

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Yelp Reviews

2.5 stars

I remember going here all the time with my family and friends. It's more beneficial to have the season pass instead of paying like $60 each time you wanna... Read Full Review

Geez. This place has some of the most incompetent employees. If you have money and time to waste, welcome welcome. I have a season membership for both six... Read Full Review

Decided to visit White Water with my family on a Sunday. My fiancée and I both have Six Flags Passes, which grant us access into White Water as well. This... Read Full Review

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3.5 stars Based on 809 traveler reviews


Opening day COVID19 July 3, 2020.... very disappointed... took my family out with masks and sanitizer. We got to the park and went through the tents where nobody was following the 6ft apart... Read Full Review

Half the park was closed -- be warned!

This is really a 2.5-star review. We visited Six Flags Whitewater on Tuesday June 30th, its second operating day under 2020's COVID-19 restrictions. As Diamond Members we were annoyed that so much... Read Full Review

Six flags review

It was a very nice place with a variety of rides.My favorite was the tornado. All the rides were very enjoyable but all the restaurants have the same meals (chicken strips and fries).it would be very... Read Full Review

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