Six Flags White Water is conveniently located in Marietta, Georgia. We're easy to reach from Nashville, Birmingham, Montgomery, Greenville, Augusta, and Macon.
Our address is:
Six Flags White Water - Atlanta
250 Cobb Parkway N #100
Marietta, GA 30062
Six Flags White Water is only 1 hour and 15 minutes south of Chattanooga on
From Nashville, go East on I-40 to I-24 SE to Georgia. NE on I-24 to Chattanooga.
From Chattanooga, go east on I-24 to I-75 SE to Georgia. Take exit 265 for Six Flags White Water and follow the signs.
Take I-20 East to I-285 N to I-75 N. Take exit 265 and follow the signs.
FROM MONTGOMERY, Alabama
Head east on I-85 to Georgia. Go northeast on I-85 to I-285 N. Continue on
I-285 N to I-75 N. Take exit 265 and follow the signs.
FROM GREENVILLE, South Carolina
Go southwest on I-185 to I-85 SW to Georgia. Go southwest on I-85 to I-285 West. Take I-75 N to exit 265 and follow the signs.
Go west on I-20 to I-75/85 N to I-75 N. Take exit 265 and follow the signs. You may also choose to bypass downtown traffic by continuing past I-75/85 to I-285 N. Follow I-285 to I-75 N. Take exit 265 and follow the signs.
Go NW on I-16 to I-75 to the I-75/85 connector, then back onto I-75 N at the split. Continue on I-75 N to exit 265 and follow the signs. You may also choose to bypass downtown traffic by taking I-75 to I-285 N. Take I-285 around the west side of Atlanta to I-75 N. Take exit 265 and follow the signs.
APPROXIMATE TRAVEL TIME
From Nashville/Chattanooga: One hour, fifteen minutes
From Birmingham: Two hours
From Montgomery/Huntsville: Less than three hours
From Greenville-Spartanburg: Less than three hours
From Augusta: Less than three hours
From Macon/Columbus: One-and-a-half hours
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