Tennessee Attractions

Tennessee attractions are listed below in alphabetical order.

Lake Winnepesaukah

Lake Winnepesaukah is a 9-acre lake that features a small family amusement park. Located in Chattanooga, it is open from April through September and features over 35 carnival rides, an arcade, midway games and miniature golf. Park admission also includes free concerts at the concert stage.

Coasters include “Wild Lightnin’”, the “Wacky Worm” family coaster and the world-famous “Cannon Ball”. Other rides include the “Scrambler”, “Tilt-O-Whirl”, “Genie” and the “OH-ZONE!” fourteen-story freefall ride. Water rides include the “Pipeline Plunge” raft ride and the oldest mill chute ride in the U.S., the “Boat Chute”.

The park features eleven kiddie rides including swings, “Lady Bugs”, “Froghopper” and “Bumble Bees”. Other family rides includeantique cars, carousel, paddle boats and the “Super Slide”. Guests can travel above the park on the “Alpine Way” chairlift or take a tour around the lake on the “Tour Train”.

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

Lake Winnepesaukah
McBrien Road
Chattanooga, TN 37412

Nashville Shores

Nashville Shores is a 385-acre recreational park located on Percy Priest Lake in Nashville.

Open from Memorial Day through Labor Day, it includes a water park and marina as well as sand volleyball, a basketball court and miniature golf course.

The park also features festival and group event areas and several live music stages.

The water park features seven slides, including the “Tennessee Twisters”, “Twin Cyclones, “Thunder and Lightning” and the “Big Scream”.

Pools include the “Suntan Lagoon” and the “Big Splash” family pool, featuring a lily pad walk and the “Giant Bucket of Fun” tipping bucket. Kids can enjoy the water umbrellas of the “Wacky Pond” or play at the “Treehouse Playground”.

“Aqua Park” and “Float City” are located in the shallows along the sandy shoreline of Percy Priest Lake and include floating inflatable wheels, slides, trampolines and climbing walls. The sand beach is also home the world’s largest inflatable water slide, the four-story “Hippo” and the 8000 square-foot “Parker Sandbox”. Guests can also ride a kayak in “Kayak Cove” or take a free lake cruise on the “Nashville Shoreliner”. The park also offers banana boat and jet ski rentals.

For more information on this Tennessee water park, please contact:

Nashville Shores
4001 Bell Road
Hermitage, TN 3707

Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort & Amusement Park

Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort & Amusement Park is a year-round resort located at the top of Mount Harrison and ranks among the top five attractions in Tennessee.

The park has a skiing territory of 38 acres and offers the only winter skiing and snowboarding in the state. It also includes the “Municipal Black Bear Habitat”.

A scenic aerial tramway takes guests up the mountain to the resort and amusement park.

The amusement park area includes go-karts, miniature golf and “Kiddie Land” playground with “snowmobile” and “car” kiddie rides.

The playground also includes a giant play structure with slides, web crawls, tunnels and ladders. Other attractions include an indoor ice skating rink and an arcade with shooting range, bungee pulls and Velcro wall jump.

Ober Gatlinburg Amusement Park also features three “dry-ride” water rides that include the enclosed slide,” Blue Cyclone Rapids”, “Ober's Lightnin' Raft Ride” and “Shoot-the-Chute”. Guests can also enjoy a scenic chairlift up the mountain to board the “Alpine Slide” sled ride.

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

Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort & Amusement Park
1001 Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN 37738

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