water parks in tennessee: a huffington travel family fun guide
The Tennessee water park offers a great way to beat the heat and humidity of Tennessee summer. As part of the Huffington Post travel series on water parks, here\'s our guide on all the key information that visitors need to know about Tennessee. The Nashville coast is located on the shore of Pastor Lake Percy and provides something for everyone. Take any of the 12 waterslides in the park and take a private cabin or kayak in the secluded part of Percy\'s Priest Lake. Is the water tired? Take the shorner. This sightseeing boat takes tourists on a 20-to 30-minute tour of Pastor Lake Percy, included in the ticket price. Address: 4001 Nashville coast, 37076 Elmet Bell Road, Tennessee Tel: 615-889- 7050 hours: 10 a will be opened on June and July. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday to Thursday The park is open at 10 on Friday. m. to 7 p. m. ; The park is open at 10 on Saturday. m. to 8 p. m. Price: $29 for adults 48 inch or more. 99; Children under 48 inch years of age, soldiers and seniors aged 62 and over are $24. Dolly\'s splash is 99 member of the Dollywood theme park family and has been rated by the Travel Channel as one of the best water parks in the United States. The park offers 23 different water adventure slides and two children\'s water parks for families. Explore over 30 acres and take in stunning views of Smoky Mountain from almost every square foot of the park. Address: 2700 dolawu Park Avenue Pigeon Valley, TN 37863 Tel: 800-365-5996 hours: January. 3 through Feb. 6, 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday to FridayFeb. 7 through Dec. 30, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Daily price: 1- The daily ticket for adults aged 12 and over is $46. Children between the ages of 95 and 11 are $41. The age of 35, the age of 60 and above is $44. What is your favorite Tennessee water park? See more water parks.