Six Flags Over Georgia. Photo courtesy ACVB
ACVB

The largest regional theme park in the Southeast, Six Flags Over Georgia is home to more than 40 rides.

Family Fun at Theme Parks

Treat the whole family to thrills and adventures in Georgia's theme parks!

Tour Georgia's theme parks and zoos for thrilling experiences like roller coasters, water slides, animal encounters and outdoor activities the whole family can enjoy. From the scream-inducing roller coasters at Six Flags Over Georgia in Atlanta to the immersive animal experiences at Chehaw in Albany, these parks never fail to amaze and entertain.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to COVID-19, some businesses have modified their operations. This list may not reflect the most recent updates. Before you go, check social media, the venue's website or call to confirm event plans.

For more information, visit Explore Georgia's COVID-19 travel information page.

Twisted Cyclone roller coaster at Six Flags Over Georgia

Six Flags Over Georgia

At Six Flags Over Georgia, enjoy twisting, twirling thrill rides, like the nearly 10-story-high Twisted Cyclone, minutes from downtown Atlanta. Cool off from the summer heat with a trip to Six Flags White Water,  Six Flags’ sister park in Marietta, where dozens of watery rides await.

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Father and son feeding a giraffe at Wild Animal Safari in Pine Mountain, Georgia. Photo by @readyseteverywhere

Wild Animal Safari

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Drive through Wild Animal Safari, a 300-acre safari in Pine Mountain, and get up-close access to giraffes, water buffalo, wildebeests, elk and zebras running free. You can travel in your own vehicle or rent a Zebra Van to explore the 3.5 miles of animals.

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SoakYa Water Park in Rossville, Georgia

Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park & SoakYa Water Park

Excitement is timeless at Lake Winnepesaukah (Lake Winnie), which first opened in 1925. Now with more than 40 rides and attractions, this amusement park and water park in northwest Georgia continues to entertain guests of all ages. Ride roller coasters, an antique carousel, float on the Crazy River, race down water slides and much more.

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Laser Show at Stone Mountain Park

Stone Mountain Park

Get action and adventure in one at Stone Mountain Park. Hike or ride to the top of the mountain, and challenge yourself on a treetop adventure course. Play mini-golf, watch a 4D movie, go hiking on 15 miles of trails and much more.

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Water slide at Margaritaville at Lanier Islands

Margaritaville at Lanier Islands

Northeast of Atlanta, you'll have plenty of entertainment and excitement at Margaritaville at Lanier Islands. Race down water slides, fly across the lake on a zip line, try flyboarding, relax on a sandy beach, and soak up the Margaritaville lifestyle at Lake Lanier.

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Roller coaster at Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta, Georgia. Photo by @benjamingalland

Wild Adventures Theme Park

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Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta has theme park rides, a water park and an animal park all in one. Ride roller coasters, step close to tigers in the immersive Tiger Terrace, float in a wave pool, and much more.

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Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta

CityPASS

Take in all the downtown Atlanta action at a discount with the CityPASS. For one price, sightseers can pick five must-see attractions, such as the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-ColaZoo Atlanta, Fernbank Museum of Natural HistoryChick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame, and the National Center for Civil and Human Rights

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Man taking photo of an alligator at Chehaw Park in Albany, Georgia

Chehaw

Home to hundreds of animals as well as recreational opportunities for visitors, Chehaw is a unique destination in southwest Georgia. Enjoy natural, outdoor animal exhibits at The Zoo at Chehaw, and participate in animal feedings and keeper talks every weekend. Chehaw's African Veldt Ride is free with admission and will take you through the largest exhibit where seven different species roam in natural herds. Go camping on-site and ride on the mountain bike trails or the BMX track, play disc golf and more.

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Pandas at Zoo Atlanta

Zoo Atlanta

Visit Zoo Atlanta's historic Grant Park neighborhood to see more than 1,000 animals, including the endangered infant crowned lemur born April 12, 2021. Go behind the scenes to meet and feed some of the animals -- like pandas, elephants, rhinos and more -- on special encounters.

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Published: May 2021