Georgia is a wonderful state and a fantastic place to visit. We love that the weather is nice pretty much all year long, and the fact they have so many wonderful attractions there means there’s always plenty to do when we visit.
Some of our favorite attractions in the state? Georgia amusement parks!
There are a huge number of super fun amusement parks in Georgia, meaning you’re sure to find one that suits your fancy, and you’ve come to the perfect place to discover the park that is perfect for you.
Georgia Amusement Parks
Not sure where to begin looking for Georgia theme parks? This section is a good place to start.
Below, we’ve compiled a list of the very best amusement parks in the state. These include big parks with tons of thrill rides, smaller parks for a more laid-back experience, and lots of water parks for keeping cool during the hot southern summers. Pick and choose from this list and you really can’t go wrong:
- Six Flags Over Georgia and Hurricane Harbor
- Six Flags White Water
- Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park and SoakYa Water Park
- Stone Mountain Park
- Wild Adventures Theme Park
- Margaritaville at Lanier Islands Water Park
- Helen Tubing and Water Park
- Fun Spot America
- Summer Waves Water Park
- Splash in The Boro
Six Flags Over Georgia and Hurricane Harbor
One of the biggest amusement parks in Georgia, Six Flags Over Georgia in Atlanta is an excellent pick. It really does have something for everyone. Not only is this park home to some amazing thrill rides, it also plays host to family rides, kiddie rides, and more.
For extra fun, be sure to visit Six Flags’ water park, Hurricane Harbor. Here, you can brave enormous slides, catch waves in the wave pool, and soak up the sun.
RV Camping Near Six Flags Over Georgia and Hurricane Harbor
The best way to vacation is, of course, in an RV. Luckily, finding an RV park in Atlanta is super easy. There are tons of great camping options to choose from in this area of the state. Below is one of our favorites:
Clark Creek North Campground — This lovely little county park is an excellent place to park your rig during your visit to Six Flags Over Georgia. It’s about 25 miles outside of the city, meaning plenty of peace and quiet. Each site has power and water, and a dump station is available.
Planning Your Trip to Six Flags Over Georgia
Tickets to Six Flags Over Georgia start at $34.99. Add-ons such as dining deals, photo passes, and skip-the-line FLASH Passes are available, and season passes are an option for those who will visit often or can make use of reciprocal benefits.
In addition to tickets, you will also want to budget for parking, which is $25 per day.
Six Flags White Water
Touted as “Georgia’s Most Thrilling Water Park,” Six Flags White Water in Marietta is the place to be if you’re looking for a splashing good time. Perfect for the whole family, we highly recommend adding a visit to this park to any summertime visit to the state.
Six Flags White Water is a large water park and is home to a huge number of water slides—some for thrill seekers and others for more timid riders. A kiddie area is available for little ones, and the wave pool and lazy river are both perfect for play or relaxation.
RV Camping Near Six Flags White Water
Marietta is an excellent place to take an RV camping trip. Not only will you find plenty of great RV parks in the area, you’ll also find lots of friendly people that are happy to welcome you and your home-on-wheels to their neck of the woods.
Old Hwy 41 #3 Campground — One of our favorite campgrounds in the Marietta area is Old Hwy 41 #3 Campground. This COE park has everything you need to be comfortable, including power and water, a dump station, a swimming beach, and more.
Planning Your Trip to Six Flags White Water
Admission to Six Flags White Water is $24.99 for a single day. You can also choose to purchase a season pass for access to both Six Flags White Water and Six Flags Over Georgia. Some passes even give you access to all Six Flags parks across the country!
Again, parking at this park is an additional fee, so be prepared for that.
Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park and SOAKya Water Park
Considered one of America’s top family amusement parks, Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park in Rossville is a wonderful place to spend a day. This park has been around since 1925 and features more than 40 rides and attractions. All of these rides make it easy to spend an entire day exploring the place, and you’re definitely going to find something that everyone enjoys.
In addition to the original theme park, this attraction also features the SOAKya Water Park. This area includes such fun attractions as water slides, a “crazy river,” and lots of interactive water fun.
RV Camping Near Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park and SoakYa Water Park
Want to take your RV on your epic Georgia road trip? We think that’s a grand idea. You will of course need a place to park it though, so be sure to plan for that. Here’s our favorite RV park in Rossville:
Holiday Travel Park of Chattanooga — Despite its name, this park is indeed in Rossville. In fact, it’s just minutes from the amusement park. Full hookups are available at this park, and cable TV and Wi-Fi are both offered. Additionally, there are plenty of amazing attractions nearby to keep you busy for your entire vacation.
Planning Your Trip to Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park and SOAKya Water Park
If you just want to visit Winnepesaukah Amusement Park, you can count on spending $31.95 for a day of unlimited rides. Those who want to visit the water park as well will need to buy the combo ticket for $39.95 per person. Stroller, wheelchair, and locker rentals are available. Specials are also available, so be sure to check the website for discounts.
Stone Mountain Park
A different kind of amusement park, Stone Mountain Park is well worth visiting. This park is located just outside of Atlanta and features a number of attractions and activities that are perfect for families.
Here you can see a historic grist mill, walk through a trail of dinosaurs, play a round of mini golf, ride in a gondola to the top of Stone Mountain, ride the scenic railroad, and much more.
RV Camping Near Stone Mountain Park
One of the coolest things about Stone Mountain is the fact that you can camp right there onsite. This means you don’t even have to drive to all the amusement park fun, which is definitely an added bonus when visiting in your RV.
Stone Mountain Park Campground — Amenities at this onsite campground include a playground, dump station, store, and Wi-Fi and cable. Each site includes full or partial hookups, and many are close to the lake.
Planning Your Trip to Stone Mountain Park
When planning an adventure to Stone Mountain Park, you will want to make sure all of the attractions you wish to experience will be open during your visit, as many have limited operating seasons. Also, be aware that the gondola ride will not run if lightning is anywhere in the area.
Tickets to this park start at $34.95 and add-ons such as meals, extra attractions, and the nighttime laser and fireworks show are available. Parking at Stone Mountain is $20.
Wild Adventures Theme Park
Located in Valdosta, Wild Adventures Theme Park is a zoo and theme park all rolled into one amazing package. See animals, enjoy animal shows, and hop on roller coasters, kiddie rides, and more at this awesome park-and-zoo combo attraction.
Want even more fun during your time at Wild Adventures? Be sure to spend a day at Splash Island Waterpark. This park is just as fun as the theme park and features slides, a wave pool, a play area, and more.
RV Camping Near Wild Adventures Theme Park
RV camping is the ideal way to go on any road trip, and your visit to Valdosta, GA is no exception. There are plenty of wonderful campgrounds in this area, meaning finding a place to stay is a cinch. Our top pick is below:
River Park RV Park — A lovely little park that is located just 15 minutes from Wild Adventures, River Park RV Park is a wonderful place to stay. The rates here are very reasonable, and full hookups are available. The bathhouse is clean, and the dog park and other amenities are appreciated.
Planning Your Trip to Wild Adventures Theme Park
Tickets to Wild Adventures start at $54.99 for a single-day ticket. A two-day ticket is available for just $69.99 though, and other discounts are available on the website.
If you plan to eat in the park, we highly recommend purchasing a dining pass, and don’t forget to budget $15 for parking!
Margaritaville at Lanier Islands Water Park
Margaritaville Resort is a wonderful place to get away from it all, and the water park in the resort is an especially fun place to have a good time.
Located in Buford, this lakeside water park features tons of exciting attractions. These include slides, an awesome zipline over the water, a super fun play area for little swimmers, a wave pool, foam parties, and a whole lot more. If you aren’t having a good time during your day at this park, you aren’t doing it right.
RV Camping Near Margaritaville at Lanier Islands Water Park
Want to be as comfortable as possible during your time in Margaritaville? Bring your RV! This allows you to have all the comforts of home as you travel and once you arrive. The best part? You’ll be able to park your rig at the resort!
Margaritaville RV Resort Lanier Islands — The Margaritaville RV park makes enjoying all Margaritaville has to offer super simple. Just walk out the door of your home-on-wheels and you’re in the middle of the action. Sites include full hookups, Wi-Fi, cable TV, concrete pads, and more.
Planning Your Trip to Margaritaville at Lanier Islands Water Park
Day passes to the Margaritaville Water Park start at just $34.99. Season passes are also available and are a great deal for those who plan to visit multiple times. Be sure to budget for food as well, as there are many great snack spots in the park and you’re going to want a treat or two.
Helen Water Park &Tubing
A unique water park, Helen Water Park & Tubing offers traditional water park attractions, but it also gives guests the opportunity to go tubing down the Chattahoochee River. This is an experience you can’t have just anywhere, making the park an extra special attraction.
Some of the water park attractions include slides and a lazy river—both great ways to complete a day of tubing the river.
RV Camping Near Helen Water Park & Tubing
Camping and river tubing go hand in hand. That’s why it makes perfect sense to take your RV on your trip to Helen Water Park. Not sure where to park the rig once you get there? Some of our favorite RV parks just happen to be nearby!
Unicoi Springs State Park and Lodge — The perfect mountain retreat, this park is just as peaceful as you might imagine. Full-hookup sites are available, the restrooms are clean and feature showers, and there are tons of outdoor recreation opportunities in the state park.
Planning Your Trip to Helen Water Park & Tubing
A visit to Helen Water Park & Tubing will cost between $10 and $25, depending on your age, when you visit, and what you plan to do. Pink tubes are provided for river floating, and parking is free. Push-off sticks and other essentials are available in the gift shop. Be sure to bring sunscreen, water shoes, and a towel!
Fun Spot America
Fun Spot America is a chain of amusement parks that has locations across the country. This particular location is found in Atlanta and does an excellent job of living up to the Fun Spot name.
Kiddie rides are abundant at this park, and go-karts, mini golf, batting cages, and more make this a fun place for older kids and adults.
Another awesome thing about Fun Spot America Atlanta? The amazing snacks! Whether you’re craving a Dole soft-serve or a funnel cake, you’ll find something delicious to satisfy your craving at this park.
RV Camping Near Fun Spot America
Hoping to take your RV with you to Fun Spot America? There are lots of great campgrounds in the Atlanta area to accommodate you. We’ve mentioned a few of these already, but we have another option to recommend below:
Mckinney Campground — Another Corps of Engineers park, Mckinney Campground is a lovely campground that sits on the banks of Allatoona Lake. Electric sites are available (as are waterfront sites), and fishing, swimming, and wildlife viewing are popular activities in this park.
Planning Your Trip to Fun Spot America
A single-day fun pass to Fun Spot America in Atlanta is $31.95 and includes a chauffeur pass for adults assisting children under 54”. Those not riding do not need a pass. Refillable souvenir cups are available and are a great value if you plan to drink a lot of soda during your visit.
Summer Waves Water Park
An awesome medium-sized water park in Jekyll Island, Summer Waves Water Park is the perfect place to cool down and have a blast.
Water slides are abundant in this park. Meanwhile, the lazy river gives guests the perfect opportunity to relax in the water. Kids love the splash pad with interactive features, and the onsite sub shop ensures nobody has to leave before they’re finished due to hunger.
All in all, we can’t say that this park is missing anything.
RV Camping Near Summer Waves Water Park
Staying in an RV means you’ll have the perfect place to relax after seeing Jekyll Island and all it has to offer. Fortunately, camping options aren’t hard to find in this area, meaning you won’t have too much trouble finding a place to park. Here’s our top RV park in this part of Georgia:
Blythe Island Regional Park Campground — With beautiful shaded sites that offer full hookups, this park is an excellent place to stay. You’ll be just a few minutes from Summer Waves Water Park—as well as the many other attractions the area has to offer—and the camping fees won’t break the bank.
Planning Your Trip to Summer Waves Water Park
Admission fees depend on the day of the week. Monday through Thursday you will pay $25 per person. Those visiting on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday should expect a $28 admission price. Cabana and locker rentals are available as are annual passes.
Outside snacks are allowed, but you may not bring in an entire meal, so be prepared to purchase from the onsite eatery if necessary.
Splash in the Boro
Splash in the Boro is a cute little community water park that is located in Statesboro. We love this park and highly recommend it to families with kids who want to get wet but don’t necessarily need a huge water park to have a great time.
Attractions at this park include a “Flow Rider” (surf simulator), wave pool, lazy river, tot slides, big slides, a water play area, and more. We appreciate that plenty of shaded seating is available for parents and caregivers, making it easy to spend hours on end enjoying the water.
RV Camping Near Splash in the Boro
Camping during your time in Statesboro is a great choice. There are a handful of great RV parks in this area, and taking your RV with you will ensure you’re comfortable no matter where you end up parking. Not sure where to take your rig? We recommend the park below:
Parkwood RV Park and Cottages — We like that this park is clean, quiet, and well kept. You’ll find full hookups at your site, and your RV will be parked mere minutes from Splash in the Boro. Best of all, the staff is friendly and ready to help.
Planning Your Trip to Splash in the Boro
Because it’s a smaller, more laid-back park, planning a trip to Splash in the Boro is super easy. You will want to make sure the park is open before you visit, as hours do change based on time of year.
Parking is free, but outside food is not allowed, so plan to buy food onsite. Tickets are $19.99 for the entire day, and season passes are just $80.
Clearly, you won’t be lacking for rides to ride and slides to slide when in Georgia. In fact, the biggest challenge is likely to be picking and choosing which Georgia theme parks to visit and which to save for next time! Hopefully this article helped narrow down your choices.
Want even more Georgia amusement park fun? You might try searching for “amusement parks near me” once you arrive at your RV park. Of course, you could also choose one of the many other things to do in Georgia.
The articles below outline some of our favorite attractions and activities in the Peach State: