Because Six Flags White Water is a family park, we expect guests to behave appropriately. Violating our park policies may be cause for ejection from the park without refund. For more information, please review the park policies below.
White Water accepts card payments only at all locations including restaurants, retail stores, games, ticket windows, and parking toll booths. You can either pay for purchases using a Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, or a debit card. Only have cash? You can convert your cash to a prepaid debit card at one of the multiple kiosks located throughout the park and anywhere in the U.S. where Visa is accepted. We highly encourage you to pre-purchase your parking, tickets, and more online before visiting the park.
Alcoholic beverages (beer and wine) are sold in the park at JB’s Express, located near the Atlanta Ocean Wave Pool. All guests must be 21 years of age or older and present a valid ID in order to purchase an alcoholic drink. All drinks must be consumed on the designated patio. No alcoholic drinks may be consumed outside of the designated patio and no outside drinks are permitted on park property.
Line jumping, profanity, and unruly behavior are offensive to park guests and may be cause for ejection without refund. Guests are not permitted to save places in line, bypass others in line, or exit the line and return to the same place for any reason. Guests exiting a line must go to the back of the line if they choose to return.
Diaper-aged children and diaper dependant adults must wear appropriate swim diapers in addition to their swimwear. Swim diapers are available for purchase at Treasure Chest Gift Shop.
Can I bring a cooler into the water park?
Guests are generally prohibited from bringing coolers into the water park. However, guest who purchase a cabana, shaded lounger, or lounge chair may also purchase a Picnic Pass and bring one (1) cooler into the water park for the day. Coolers must be kept in the cabana or next to the rented shaded lounger or lounge chairs. The one-day Picnic Pass is valid only for the specified date on the voucher.
What size cooler can I bring into the water park?
To ensure the safety of our guests and team members, all coolers must pass through the water park’s x-ray and are subject to physical search. Coolers cannot be larger than 25” long x 14” high x 14” wide (48 Quarts). Coolers that exceed the size requirement will not be allowed into the water park and no refund will be given for purchase of the Picnic Pass.
What can I pack inside the cooler?
There are no food restrictions, but guests may not use grills or open flames in and around the water park, including in parking lots. Guests may pack sealed, unopened non-alcoholic beverages in their coolers. Plastic utensils and serving pieces are permitted, but glass of any type, including bottles or dishes, is strictly prohibited. All food and beverages must fit inside the cooler. Any items carried in separate from the cooler (i.e. in an additional storage device, such as a backpack, carriage or wagon, etc.) will not be allowed into the water park.
Outside Food, Beverages, or Coolers
All guests may bring one (1) unopened bottle of water or an empty, refillable water bottle (maximum 2 liters) into the water park. Guests may refill their water bottles at the multiple water fountains located throughout the water park, including near the Main Entrance, Paradise Island, and River Restrooms.
Guests may not bring any other outside food, beverages, or coolers into the water park without the purchase of a Picnic Pass. The water park will accommodate guests with dietary and medical restrictions and will permit special food items, baby food, or formula into the water park provided they are in non-glass jars or bottles.
We ask that guests visiting Six Flags White Water dress appropriately for our family-friendly environment. Guests’ attire and tattoos must comply with Six Flags White Water Guest Dress Code.
To participate in Waterpark attractions while visiting Six Flags White Water, guests must wear proper swimwear, such as bathing suits or board shorts. Thongs, G-strings, or transparent swimwear are not permitted. For safety reasons and to prevent damage to our attractions, guests may not wear athletic attire, street clothing such as pants or denim shorts, or swimwear with buttons, snaps, rivets, zippers, buckles or belts. Rash guards and swim-style nylon shirts are generally permitted; however, guests should check attraction signage for specific restrictions.
Diaper-dependent guests are required to wear swim diapers or a diaper specifically designed for aquatics to participate in Waterpark attractions. Diapers must be changed in restroom changing stations only.
Guests are encouraged to wear footwear while walking throughout Six Flags White Water. Guests may wear water appropriate footwear on some attractions. Guests should check attraction signage for specific restrictions.
Six Flags White Water reserves the right to deny admission to or remove anyone wearing swim attire that does not comply with the Waterpark Guest Dress Code or wears clothing or displays a tattoo that poses a safety hazard, could detract from the experience of other guests, or fails to comply with Six Flags White Water Dress Code, if a guest refuses all reasonable options. Guests requiring special accommodations should speak to a member of the Public Safety management team upon arrival at the Waterpark.
Guests using profanity or abusive language, symbols or gestures may be ejected from the park without refund.
All guards are certified by Ellis and Associates, the leading waterpark lifeguard training and certification organization. All guards are regularly audited, and have weekly training requirements during their park tenure.
It is recommended that both children under 48″ and weak swimmers wear life jackets while in the waterpark. Parents should keep their children within arm’s reach at all times while in the water. Approved U.S. Coast Guard life jacket are provided free of charge throughout the park.
Line jumping is strictly prohibited. Guests are not permitted to save places in line or exit the line and return for any reason. Violators will be ejected without a refund.
In addition to the Six Flags Guest Code of Conduct, guests are required to comply with all local, state and federal laws, as well as individual park policies, rules, and instructions posted or otherwise listed.
White Water does not allow any Personal Floatation Devices that have not been approved by the US Coast Guard. All Approved Floatation Devices must carry the US Coast Guard stamp of approval. Inflatables, including such items as rafts, flotation rings, “water wings”, and mats, are not allowed on any ride or attraction. White Water has lifejackets available, free of charge.
Pets are not allowed, with the exception of working service animals.
By entering the park, guests grant Six Flags the right to film, video, record or photograph them on park property for any reason without payment or consideration. Six Flags requests that all photographs or video taken by our guests be used for their personal use and enjoyment only. Any use, reuse or reproduction for commercial purposes without the express written consent of Six Flags is strictly prohibited. Six Flags reserves the right to refuse to allow photography of any kind as necessary at individual locations. No commercial photography of any kind is permitted.
The use of the following equipment is not permitted:
- Go Pro cameras.
- Selfie sticks, monopods and similar devices.
- Lenses greater than three-and-one-half inches in length.
- Interchangeable lenses of any kind.
- Any camera mounted to a vehicle, drone, cart, scooter or other moving object.
- No cameras (video, still, cell-phone, smart phones etc.) are allowed on any rides at any time. No exceptions.
All Six Flags rides, shows and attractions are protected by copyright. Guests must have written permission to use photographs and/or videotape of Six Flags images for commercial broadcasting, advertising, marketing or publishing in any medium.
In addition to all items previously mentioned, the following items are not permitted at Six Flags White Water, at any time:
- Food/coolers (except special diet and infant food)
- Lawn chairs and folding chairs*
- Magic markers, spray paint and aerosol cans
- Radios or tape players
- Glass bottles
- Spiked clothing or jewelry
- Fireworks and explosives
- Firearms and ammunition
- Chemical weapons, including mace and pepper spray
- Aerosol cans-with the exception of sun screen, bug spray & hygiene products
- Unmanned ariel vehicles (drones)
- Selfie sticks, monopods, and similar devices
* White Water does allow folding umbrella-style canvas chairs to be used at the park.
Safety is our number-one priority. Guests with certain body proportions, heights, or weights may not be able to enjoy certain rides if the safety restraints will not operate as designed. Specific ride information is available at the ride and at Guest Relations.
There is an inherent risk in participating in any amusement ride. We expect riders to exercise good judgment and act in a responsible manner. Guests must also obey all oral and written warnings, and properly use all ride safety equipment provided. Guests who do not comply with ride rules may be ejected from the park without refund. Please refer to specific guidelines posted at the entrance of every ride.
Season Pass holders and Members must present their pass card to gain entrance to the park. Season Pass and Membership entry is only valid only once per day. Guests, including Season Pass Holders and Members who leave the park and plan to return, must get their hands stamped before they leave the park at the exit gate. When guests return to the park, they may re-enter through any entry gate with a proper hand stamp. Transferring hand stamps is a violation of Six Flags policies and is strictly prohibited.
Selfie sticks, monopods, and similar devices are not allowed inside Six Flags parks.
Six Flags White Water is a smoke-free environment. Smoking, including e‑cigarettes, is limited to one deck area of the park, away from children.
All water used in our attractions (nearly 3 million gallons) is processed through nine different filtration systems, with a pumping capacity above 500 horsepower. We monitor each filtration system, both electronically and manually, with state-of-the-art equipment, to assure uniform high-quality water standards.
White Water’s management and technical team members are certified by the National Swimming Pool Foundation (NSPF) and National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA) as Certified Pool Operators and Aquatic Facility Operators. These premier organizations have set standards for technical training and testing in the pool and spa industry. All of our Certified Pool and Aquatic Facility Operators are members of the Professional Pool Operators Association (PPOA), a technical and communications resource, which keeps its member engineers and technicians informed of the latest pool and water quality technology issues.
We test water quality manually every hour to back up a computerized monitoring system. Our system records readings at all pools 24 hours a day and automatically dispenses chemicals, if needed, to meet stringent quality control standards. Our filtration systems are among the most advanced available. In fact, in our toddler attraction, the filtration system “turns over” and delivers freshly filtered water to the attraction every 30 minutes, twice as fast as the health code requires. Six Flags White Water encourages all parents, however, to begin teaching children not to swallow water at any pool, lake or recreation site, from the first time they enter the water.
To ensure the safety and enjoyment of all guests, Six Flags prohibits the operation or use of any unmanned aerial vehicle on, from, or above Six Flags’ premises absent specific written consent. This includes all UAVs, also commonly known as “drones,” regardless of their size, weight or purpose.