Dollywood Splash Country is the most well-known waterpark in the Smoky Mountain area. It's just a hop, skip and a jump away from Dollywood and the DreamMore Resort, and can be combined with your Dollywood ticket purchase to save money on your adventures. Read on to learn about what this waterpark has to offer.
All About Splash Country
Splash Country is located adjacent to Dollywood and nestled in the hills of the Great Smoky Mountains. The park’s operating season spans May through September, the warmest months of the year. It’s the perfect way to cool off on a hot day during Tennessee’s long summer! Guests will enjoy a variety of waterslides, lazy rivers and other water attractions for all ages to enjoy.
Splash Country Location
Where is Dollywood?
Splash Country is located adjacent to Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, just 25 miles from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and many of its attractions draw from the region’s rich heritage. The park showcases its Appalachian legacy by proudly displaying local folk arts, music and more.
Splash Country Hours
What Are The Hours At Splash Country?
Splash Country is open from May through September. Hours are typically 10 AM to 7 PM for the first part of the summer and 10 AM to 7 PM for the later months. Verify the hours for the specific dates you will be at Splash Country by checking the Dollywood calendar.
Splash Country Prices
How Much Do Tickets To Splash Country Cost?
The current regular adult pricing for the Splash Country Season are as follows:
- One Day Ticket: $49.95
- Two Day Ticket: $69.95
- Three Day Ticket: $79.95
- Splash Country Season Pass: $109
- Super Pass: $189 (includes admission to both Dollywood and Splash Country, plus other benefits)
The above Dollywood prices do not include tax and are for adults ages 10-61 years old. Child and senior discounted prices are available. Prices are subject to change. There are additional passes available with added benefits and features. Click here for more information on Dollywood prices.
Dollywood Splash Country Slides & Play Areas
Dollywood offers 3 slides that are classified as "High Thrill" for risk takers and adrenaline junkies. Fire Tower Falls is a 70' drop with two free-fall slides that are side by side. Mountain Scream has slides with corkscrew tunnels and quadruple-drop slides that will thrill you. The Butterfly takes you down a 55' extreme slide into a pool below.
Low Speed Floats & Fun
Guests looking to slow it down a notch will love the lazy rivers and wave pools at the park. The Downbound Float Trip is a 1,500 foot lazy river style float with a huge waterfall to cool you off. Looking to take a leisurely swim? Take a dip in The Cascades, a huge 8,000 square foot pool with interactive fun for kids. Mountain Waves is Splash Country's massive wave pool. It stretches 25,000 square feet, plenty of space to dive into the waves, float along on a tube or do some swimming.
Dollywood's Splash Country is the perfect mountain oasis for families to cool down and chill out this summer. Located adjacent to Dollywood theme park, Dollywood's Splash Country features a variety of water attractions for both the thrill-seekers and pool-loungers in your family. Dollywood
There are two interactive areas that are perfect for kids and families. Bear Mountain Fire Tower has multiple levels to climb and explore, complete with 7 slides and water cannons to battle with. There's even a 1,000 gallon bucket that dumps water periodically. Little Creek Falls is great for younger guests and has children's attractions like a pool, slides and activities for children under 48 inches.
Race Rides & Side-by-Side Slides
Enjoy some friendly competition on one of the side-by-side slides in the park. Slick Rock Racer, Mountain Twist and TailSpin Racer pit riders head to head in single lane, mat style slides. Wild River Falls has 4 lanes of tube racing for single and double tubes. These slides are perfect for families looking to see who can slide the fastest.
There are several tube slides and similar attractions that are perfect for families and groups at the park. RiverRush is Tennessee's only water coaster, with 1,175 feet of turns, tunnels and tracks for groups of 4. Raging River Rapids is for groups of 3-5 who ride raging rapids on a raft. Big Bear Plunge sends your group on a white water adventure that ends in a splashing pool. SwiftWater Run allows single or double tubes to take on a corkscrew tunnel. Grab your friends or family and take on some of these thrilling rides.
The waterpark is open from May to September annually. The park has it's own dining options and retail stores for guests to enjoy. You can also invest in extras like private retreats to relax in and timesaver passes to speed up the wait for lines. Going for the first time as a family? Check out our mom's guide to Splash Country for more tips and tricks.