Pigeon Forge Water Park Officially Opens for Summer
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Are you ready to splash and play while you’re in the Smoky Mountains this summer? The most popular Pigeon Forge water park, Splash Country, has officially opened its doors for the 2014 season! Splash Country is open for everyone, and is ready for you to visit! With over 20 water rides and attractions at the park, there is plenty of fun for every member of the family.
(See Related: Know Before You Go: Dollywood’s Splash Country)
For the best experience at Dollywood’s Splash Country, rent a retreat or canopy, so you can have your own place to hang out throughout the day. This way, you can sit in the sun or shade, without having to worry about any crowds of people.
Whether you want to relax in the 8,000 square foot lazy river or splash in the 25,000 square foot wave pool, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Here’s a few of the rides at the Pigeon Forge water park:
- RiverRush: Tennessee’s first and only water coaster.
- Bear Mountain Fire Tower: Multi-level interactive area with slides and water cannons.
- The Cascades: Pool with active geysers, water jets, slides and waterfalls
- Big Bear Plunge: Whitewater rafting ride that sends riders through a river expedition
For younger kids, there’s an entire section built just for them! In fact, at Little River Falls, you can’t even play in the area unless there’s a little kid by your side! This makes it the perfect place for young children to have a good time, without worrying about big kids getting in the way.
Other Things to Do at Splash Country:
- Campsite Grill
- Cascades Concessions
- Mountain Waves Slush Factory
- Splash It Up Grab and Go
- The Watering Hole
- Riverside Trading Post
If you’re planning a vacation to the Smokies and you’re trying to decide which is the perfect day for the Pigeon Forge water park, take a look at Visit My Smokies’ weather. We keep our videos updated with the most recent weather and event information for the area, so you can plan for a fantastic stay in the Smokies!