Lake Lanier Islands Beach Waterpark has numerous attractions for kids, including:
- 11 water slides
- Georgia’s largest wave pool
- FunDunker, a water attraction equipped with more than 100 ways to get wet.
- Kiddie lagoon, complete with age-appropriate waterslides
- Wiggle Waves, a kid-sized wave pool.
The LanierWorld Family Fun Park at Lake Lanier Islands is not as big as Disney World or as exotic as the Hawaiian island of Kauai, but it’ll do on a hot summer day when the kids (or you) deserve a break.
Wild Waves combines the serenity of tubing with the adventure of safely bouncing around on the high seas.
Enjoy a family friendly movie on a 200-foot screen while you soak your troubles away at Dive-In Movie Night at Wild Waves! Don’t have any kids to share this paradise with? Ask your friends and family if they’ll share theirs. They’ll not only agree, they’ll probably give you gas money.
Too tame? Give Raging River’s rapids a shot. Safer and closer than the Grand Canyon, but just as much fun.
There’s food and drink, stellar people-watching, boat docks, Sunset Cove, and a glorious beach waiting for you, your family and your friends at Lake Lanier Islands.
Wild Waves at Lake Lanier Islands Waterpark
Wild Waves is a huge wave pool. Take a lounge chair and park it just in the edge of the pool to keep cool while you watch the kids play in the waves. The pool is also surrounded by lots of seating both shaded and unshaded.
Raging River at Lake Lanier Islands Waterpark
The Raging River Water Slide at Lake Lanier Islands is a long, steep water slide with many twist and turns. You can choose to go it by yourself or ride with a friend.
Restaurants at Lake Lanier Islands Waterpark
There’s a wide variety of places to eat at the waterpark:
- TADS Lakeside Grille
- WildWaves Refresher
- Gianni’s Italian Bistro & Pizzeria
- Dockside Bar
- Sunset Cantina
- SweetWater Shrimp Shack
- Sunset Cove Beach Café & Club
Links for Lake Lanier Islands Waterpark