Water Parks

Water Parks provide hours of family fun

Water Parks Come in All Shapes & Sizes

Smoky Mountain water parks include gigantic parks that feature huge water slides, swimming pools, and other fun water adventure.  You will also discover smaller parks that simply have large, beautiful fountains.  

Water Parks in the Smoky Mountains offer great family fun!  Dolly’s Splash Country and Wilderness at the Smokies  have swimming pools, water slides, and lots more.  In Pigeon Forge, you can enjoy a very large and beautiful water fountain at The Island in Pigeon Forge.  A number of area resorts also feature water parks on their properties.

Water Parks Open to the Public


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Wilderness at the Smokies waterpark

At Dolly’s Splash Country, you will discover more than 25 water slides, adventure parks, float trips, waterfalls, mountain waves and rapids, and am 8,000-sq. ft. lagoon-style pool, featuring more than 25 interactive elements — all on 35 acres.  The two interactive children’s playground areas, cascades, and a great waterfall make it fun for all ages.  Available for rental are locker rentals, retreats and canopies.  Enjoy a variety of restaurants.  Splash Country opens in mid-May each year and closes after Labor Day weekend.  

Wilderness at the Smokies features two outdoor waterparks and a year-round indoor waterpark.  It is Tennessee’s largest waterpark and features 3 separate parks — Wild WaterDome Indoor Waterpark, Lake Wilderness Outdoor Waterpark, Salamander Springs Outdoor Waterpark.

A Unique Water Park

At The Island in Pigeon Forge, you will experience amusement rides, games, and attractions; over 35 retail and specialty shops; quality restaurants, eateries, and food carts. Live outdoor bluegrass music seasonally. It is also home of the 4 star Margaritaville Island Hotel.

Private Parks for Resort Guests

Everyone in the family will love this extraordinary climate controlled indoor water park that pumps out over 50,000 gallons of water each day at The Resort at Governors Crossing.

Riverstone Resort features an outdoor lazy river ride.  As a result,  you and your companion can relax for hours as you gaze at the beauty of the Smoky Mountains.

In conclusion, it goes without saying that the largest outdoor waterpark is inside Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  Its rivers and mountain streams flow all year.  Most noteworthy, this great waterpark offers fishing, river tubing, kayaking, whitewater rafting, and wading on a hot summer day.

Most of all, no matter which season you visit the Smoky Mountains, you can experience an indoor waterpark!  You will also discover a Forest Adventure with a 3 story ropes course, multi-level laser tag, black light, mega arcade and more.