We're here to answer questions, offer advice and hear your suggestions. Visit us at the Guest Relations kiosk at the Town Hall, and our helpful staff will be happy to assist you with lodging and park information.
Your safety is our priority. All guests are required to pass through metal detectors and have their bags inspected. Inappropriate items should be left at home or in your car.
For your safety, certain rides may need to be suspended during severe weather, such as electrical storms, heavy rain, or high winds. Most restaurants, theaters and shops will remain open. Rides will come out of suspension as soon as safe operations can be assured. Unfortunately, refunds and rain checks are not offered for inclement weather.
Personal pages cannot be broadcast through the park, but you can leave messages for other members of your party at Guest Relations.
There are no lost children at Six Flags White Water, only lost parents. If your child becomes separated from your group, contact the nearest host/hostess or security officer for assistance, or visit Guest Relations. Before entering the park, be sure to instruct children to contact a host or hostess for assistance, should their parents become lost.
GUESTS WITH DISABILITIES
Riders with any type of cast are limited to certain rides and attractions that include the Lazy River, Treehouse Island, Runaway River, Buccaneer Bay and Bahama Bobslide. Additional ride accessibility information is available at Guest Relations. White Water does not provide rental strollers or wheelchairs. Please plan accordingly.
We strive to safely accommodate the needs of all guests including guests with disabilities. Safety and accessibility guidelines for certain rides and attractions have recently changed. Please view our Safety & Accessibility Guide for information regarding ride access, height and other physical restrictions, and Equal Access Passes. A copy of the guide is also available at Guest Relations.
SIX FLAGS SAFETY AND ACCESSIBILITY NOTICE
Our goal is to safely accommodate the needs of all Guests, including individuals with disabilities by providing equal access to rides and attractions.
Equal Access Passes are intended to accommodate Guests with mobility aides, service animals and legitimate disabilities that require alternative access to a ride. They are not designed to bypass or “skip” the lines and the wait will be equal to the posted wait times.
Individuals found to be fraudulently using the Equal Access Pass may be subject to civil penalties.
Six Flags White Water is happy to donate two park tickets per year to qualified non-profit organizations, in order to assist their fund-raising efforts.
School groups raising funds for equipment or graduation events
Organizations raising funds for other charities
Requests must be made at least 60 days before, and no more than four months ahead of the event
No telephone, email, or faxed requests will be accepted
All submissions and return addresses must be printed on organizational letterhead—no photocopies will be accepted
Must include non-profit ID number (if applicable), event date, purpose of event, and what the tickets and funds will be used for
Mail requests to:
Attn: Six Flags Friends
Six Flags White Water
250 Cobb Parkway N #100
Marietta, GA 30062