The Six Flags White Water park map illustration depicts the best of what that theme park offers visitors. Initially, the park opened in 1984 as White Water Atlanta. Fifteen years later, Six Flags took over the operations of the park as it became part of that group of parks. Today, Six Flags White Water is connected as a second entrance to Six Flags over Georgia and is enjoyed by park visitors of all ages.
Fun in the Sun
Naturally, the Six Flags White Water park map illustration showcases all of the best parts of the park. Inside the park – shown on the map – are the wide range of attractions that create four distinct sections of the park. First, visitors enter Wildwater Lagoon. Then, park patrons can explore Slippery Ridge. Next, slides and pools comprise Pine Valley. Finally, the newest portion of the park was added in 1998, called Flash Flood Canyon.
Service and Beauty
The Six Flags White Water park map is serviceable as well as beautiful. Naturally, bold colors showcase the park’s fun with its brightly colored water slides and decoration. But, the illustrated map also shows important features like the park’s main entrance as well as important services like the First Aid station and Guest Services.
Additionally, the Six Flags White Water park map illustration makes it easy to find the areas that interest you the most. Wave pools, water slides, and areas designated for younger swimmers are easy to spot on the map. Naturally, this makes it easy to plan your day at the park. Additionally, the illustrated map is the perfect reminder of the three Body Flumes, two Rapids raft flumes, the Mutiny Chute plunge slide, and of course, the Typhoon Twister with its giant 67-foot bowl.
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