Tennessee Nature May 29, 2015
by Meghan Kraft 10 Tennessee Waterparks Sure To Cool Down Your Summer
Looking for a way to cool off this summer? We scoured the state and found the best waterparks and community centers that will be easy on your wallet and hard on the heat. Take a look!
10) Dollywood's Splash Country - Pigeon Forge
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!
9) KROC Center - Memphis
A quick and easy spot for Memphis-ites, bring the kids and get ready for an afternoon of indoor fun.
8) Lake Winnie - Chattanooga
Lake Winnepesaukah is TECHNICALLY in Lakeview, Georgia. But it's a stones throw from Chattanooga and since the actual location gets mistaken all the time I'm counting it. Be neighborly. Head on over.
7) Wetlands Water Park - Jonesborough
Flume slides, wading pools, and snack bars oh my!
6) Memphis Jewish Community Center
Memphis is rockin' it when it comes to community pools. This one? SERIOUSLY ups the ante on Western Tennessee.
5) 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.
4) Pigeon Forge Waterpark - Pigeon Forge
Check out the resorts in Pigeon Forge - you just might find a hidden gem.
3) Wave Country - Nashville
$12 a person?!?! Budget friendly, folks.
2) Wild Bear Falls - Gatlinburg
Located at the Westgate Smoky Mountain resort, this world-class indoor park is a definite crowd pleaser.
1) 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?
Tell us, ladies and gentlemen – have you been to any of these? Where would you go? Tell us in the comments below!
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