We bought season passes and have been here during the week and on the weekend (Sunday was crowded). Best time to get here is early on Tues, Wed, or Thurs. If you get your tickets on line you bypass the ticket counter which will save you a ton of time if it happens to be peak. Smaller park with 2 huge pools, one diving board. Attractions include a 5 person racer slide, one tube slide, two body slides, a lazy river, huge zero entrance play park with bucket and another huge splash pad with junior slides. Finally there is a rope course area and Georgia's only surf pool where you can body/knee board for free or pay 10 bucks and stand. There are cabana rentals and lots of huge umbrellas with chairs and loungers, but the seating does fill up, especially in the younger kid zones. We always found chairs over by the pools or by the slides. Large grassy area in back and a small smoking area far away from the masses. Showers are not the greatest, flow is variable, but they do have showers available and two family bathrooms. Cold water in the drinking fountains and good prices for lunch...kids meal is 3 bucks and includes drink, goldfish and either a hotdog, pb&j or grilled cheese. Adult meals max out around 7.50. Cheeseburger was good, 3.50. Buy a souvenir cup for 5 bucks and get refills for a buck. We have really enjoyed our time here; takes about 3 hours to try everything once without rushing. Lifeguards are attentive and there are many lifejackets for free use.
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