5 TN Waterparks To Visit This Summer

For most kids, visiting a waterpark is the ultimate summer experience. As you plan your family vacation, add one of these waterparks that Only inTennessee says you have to visit to your agenda.

1.Dollywood’s Splash Country – Pigeon Forge
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With a theme that centers around the rivers of East Tennessee, you’ll get an infusion of Dolly and a fun way to slip-slide your way into summer!

2. Nashville Shores–Hermitage

With low admission prices and the opportunity to ride the zip line, this is a shoo-in when it comes to your summer plans. nashville shores

3. Wave Country--Nashville

One of the area’s only wave-action swimming pools! Ride the waves, or just let them lap at your feet. There are calm, “non-wave” periods as well. You will also have access to three water flumes and two speed slides! There’s even a kiddie pool with water dropping features and a children’s playground. Floats are included in your admission but the supply of floats is limited. Extensive fast-food concessions available as well!wave country

4. Wild Bear Falls–Gatlinburg

Located at the Westgate Smoky Mountain resort, this world-class indoor park is a definite crowd pleaser.wild bear falls gatlinburg

5. Wilderness at the Smokies–Sevierville

Located just ten miles from Pigeon Forge, this summer seems precisely like the kind you’ll want to fill with the largest waterpark in Tennessee. What do you think?wilderness at the smokies

Only in Tennessee lists 5 more waterparks they think your family will love. See the entire list here.

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