Georgia Attractions

Georgia attractions are listed below in alphabetical order.

Lake Lanier Islands Beach and Waterpark

Lake Lanier Islands Beach and Waterpark is a small water park located within Lake Lanier Islands Resort. Open May through September with varying hours, the park includes a half mile of white beach along the lake shores and features nine water slides. It boasts the state’s largest wave pool, “WildWaves”, as well as the child-sized wave pool, “Wiggle Waves”. Kids can also enjoy the “Kiddie Lagoon” and the three-story play structure, “The FunDunker”, complete with slide, tipping bucket and interactive water features.

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Lake Lanier Islands Beach and Waterpark
7000 Holiday Road
Lake Lanier Islands, GA 30518

Lake Winnepesaukah

Lake Winnepesaukah, also known as Lake Winnie, is a traditional amusement park built on the shore of the nine-acre Green's Spring Lake. Located in Rossville near the Tennessee border, it includes over three dozen rides, miniature golf, Midway games and paddle boats.

Lake Winnie features several antique rides, including the Philadelphia Toboggan Company carousel number 39 and the oldest mill chute water ride in the United States, the “Boat Chute “. The Georgia theme park also features the only known working Everly “Fly-O-Plane” in the United States.

Coasters include “Wild Lightnin'”, the classic “Cannon Ball” wooden roller coaster and the “Wacky Worm” kiddie coaster. Guests can also take a ride around the park on a miniature train and travel above it on the a sky ride. Carnival rides include a Ferris wheel, “Scrambler”, “Matterhorn” and “Super Round-Up”. Other attractions include bumper cars, an antique car ride and a giant slide along with a haunted house, “Orbiter” and the “Castle” dark ride.

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Lake Winnepesaukah
1730 Lakeview Drive
Rossville, GA 30741

Malibu Norcross

Malibu Norcross is a small family amusement park that is open year round with free admission and parking. The park includes miniature golf, Turbo Go-Karts, Grand Prix and bumper boats. They also feature a game room and batting cages.

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Malibu Norcross
5400 Brook Hollow Parkway
Norcross, GA 30071

Mountasia Marietta

Mountasia Marietta is a small amusement park that is open year-round. It includes an arcade, Go-Karts, bumper boats and miniature golf.

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Mountasia Marietta
175 Ernest Barrett Parkway
Marietta, GA 30066

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