Georgia Attractions

Georgia attractions are listed below in alphabetical order.

Sun Valley Beach

Sun Valley Beach is a small water park located within a 40-acre recreational area in Powder Springs. It is open from May through September and showcases a 1 ½ acre zero-entry pool, which is the largest swimming pool in the Southeast. The pool is surrounded by a sand beach and includes a fountain, water umbrella, climbing ropes and log roll. It also includes 10 water slides and diving platforms.

For more information on this Georgia theme park, please contact:

Sun Valley Beach
5350 Holloman Road
Powder Springs, GA 30127

The Beach at Clayton County International Park

The Beach at Clayton County International Park is a small lakeside water park in Jonesboro. It is open Memorial Day through Labor Day and features a sandy beach, water trampoline, children’s activity pool and slides. The park also includes miniature golf, volleyball courts and an arcade with an indoor playground.

For more information on this Georgia theme park, please contact:

The Beach at Clayton County International Park
2300 Highway 138 SE
Jonesboro, GA 30236

Wild Adventures & Splash Island Water Park

Wild Adventures is 170-acre theme park located in southern Georgia that also includes the seasonal Splash Island Water Park.

It is ranked as one of the top 50 theme parks in North America and is the nation’s largest and fastest growing privately owned theme park.

Wild Adventures features over 100 rides and attractions, including nine roller coasters and five water rides.

This Georgia theme park also hosts over 40 big-name concerts and special events at the All-Star Amphitheater and is home to more than 500 animal residents representing more than 80 animal and bird species.

Wild Adventures is divided into the five themed areas listed below:

Bugsville contains the highest concentration of rides featured in the park along with interactive monkey and marmoset exhibits. Thrill rides include “Pharaoh’s Fury” and the “Bug Out”, “Ant Farm Express” and “Swamp Thing” family coasters. It features sixteen family and kiddie rides, including the “Insect-O-Slide”, “Tilt-A-Weevil”, “Venus Fly Trap” and the “Nick and Nack Smash Attack” bumper cars.

Other attractions include the “Shoo Fly, Shoo” carousel, “Rio Grand” train, ”Century Wheel” Ferris wheel and the “Critter Crawl” treehouse playground. Bugsville also features the daily live show, “Animals of the World”, where guests can see a variety of birds, bugs and mammals, The “Adventure Golf” miniature golf course and the “Adventure Quest” raceway are available for an additional fee.

Australian Outback features a “down under” theme and is home to several thrill rides, including the “Tasmanian River Rapids”, “Aviator” tower ride and the “Boomerang” roller coaster. Other rides include the spinning rides of “Power Surge” and “Swingin’ Safari” and the “Kite Flyer” flight ride. This area also features a kangaroo habitat and an interactive exotic bird exhibit.

African Pridelands includes the thrilling “Cheetah” wooden roller coaster and the “Safari Train”, “Jeep Safari” and “Crazy Bus” family rides. This area is also home to several animal habitats that include lions, tigers, elephants and giraffes. Guests can also catch the “Hollywood Bears” and the “Amazing Cats” live shows at The Tiger Stage to learn about animal behavior and habitat conservation efforts.

• The Wild West area is home to four of Wild Adventure’s nine coasters, including the “Fiesta Express” and “Gold Rush” kiddie coasters, the “Blackfoot Falls” water coaster and the park’s largest coaster, “Hangman”. Thrill rides include the “Sidewinder”, “Inverter” and the “Geronimo Skycoaster” skydiving attraction. Family rides include the “Frontier Flume”, “Barnstormer” and “Crop Duster”. Guests can also try their navigating skills at the “Mystery Maze” attraction.

Treasure Cove is the pirate-inspired area of the park that includes the “Yo-Yo” swings and the “Double Drop” tower drop thrill rides and the “Turtle Race” and “Frog Hopper” kiddie rides. Other attractions include the “Plunge Water Slide” and the “Renegade Pirate Ship”. Guests can also play some dockside games, climb the rock-climbing wall or have a jump at “Blackbeard’s Bounce”.

Wild Adventures is open February through December with varying operating hours and days.

Splash Island Water Park is open from March through September and is included with the cost of admission to Wild Adventures. This latest addition to the park includes sand volleyball courts, the lazy “Paradise River” and the 20,000 gallon wave pool, “Catchawave Bay”. Slides include the “Triphoon” triple slide complex and the two flumes of the “Double Dip Zip”.

Young guests can enjoy the ”Rain Fortress” interactive water playground that includes a multi-level play structure with slides, water guns, pipe falls and giant tipping bucket. Little ones can make a splash at the “Tadpole Cove” kiddie sprayground.

For more information on these Georgia theme parks, please contact:

Wild Adventures & Splash Island Water Park
3766 Old Clyattville Road
Valdosta, GA 31601

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