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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

Listen, no one can get enough people to hire to fully run their services business. Six Flags White Water had most of the rides closed. The wave pool was... Read Full Review

I've been coming to Six Flags & White Water for YEARS! With that said, I have a certain expectation of the park and typically know they cut corners, cut... Read Full Review

We've been going to white water every summer with the exception of 2020, for many years. I've always kind of dreaded it because it's kind of run down, but... Read Full Review

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3.5 stars Based on 831 traveler reviews

Lack of life guards

I hate to only give one star to one of my favorite water parks but I have no choice. Over 50% of the slides were closed including the lazy river. When I asked about this it was due to lack of life... Read Full Review

Shut it down, horrible experience`

Six Flags should be ashamed to have this park open. Closed rides (as other Tripadvisors have mentioned), staff is poorly trained and literally uncaring, food lines are long due to the limited... Read Full Review

Shouldn’t be open right now

I’m glad my visit to White Water was “free”. Decided to take my daughter since admission is included with our season passes to Six Flags. Thought it would be a nice change since it’s been so hot out... Read Full Review

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