About Six Flags White Water
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Beat the heat at Six Flags White Water, the Southeast's largest water park and recently voted one of the top 10 water parks in the nation.
In 2016 we introduced Wahoo Racer, the 60 feet high journey up to the launching station, you’ll be able to strategically plan your tactics on how to pull off a winning race. Back in 2015 is Dive Bomber, an electrifying capsule water slide with a trap door that releases riders straight down at nearly 90 degrees at speeds of more than 40 miles per hour for a zero-gravity experience. Dive Bomber is the tallest slide ever built at Six Flags White Water. Also back is Wahoo Racer, a 6-slide mat racing challenge for the entire family to enjoy together.
Typhoon Twister will celebrate its seventh season in 2019. This giant slide that sends riders down a five-story drop before blasting into a 67-foot bowl. Typhoon Twister is the first of its kind in the state and the largest single investment in the park’s 29-year history.
Six Flags White Water is located off Interstate 75 just a few miles north of Atlanta in charming Marietta, Georgia. The park boasts more than 30 slides, including three interactive children’s areas, a huge wave pool and lazy river. Thrill seekers can experience Tornado, a gigantic funnel slide or brave the guest-favorite Typhoon Twister.