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5 Things To Try: Local Waterparks

1. Williamson Country Recreation at Nolensville Pool

Seasonal Outdoor 6,000 sq. foot recreational pool features a zero entry, making it awesome for littler kids. The hours are 10am-7pm Mon.-Thurs., 10-6 Fridays, 10-5 Saturdays, and 1-5 Sundays until Aug 4, then they’re open weekends. And on July 4, the pool will be open from 9am-3pm! The county also has aquatics in Fairview, Franklin, and Longview.

 2. Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort

Dive into summer at Nashville Shores Water Park! Located on Percy Priest Lake, enjoy over 1 million gallons of fun with a giant wave pool, 10 thrilling water slides, and the massive Kowabunga Beach water playground. Prefer a chill vibe? Relax on a lazy river float or sunbathe on our beautiful beach. Fun for all, all day long!

3. Brentwood Splash Park

This 10,000 square foot, interactive venue boasts multiple slides, ground and ring sprays, and a 100-gallon dump bucket are the main features of this park at 920 Heritage Way in Brentwood. They’re open seven days a week until Aug 4. (check wcparksandrec.com/aquatics for details.) Vending machines are available.

4. Soundwaves at Gaylord Opryland

Dive into luxury at SoundWaves at Gaylord Opryland Resort, Nashville’s first upscale indoor/outdoor water resort! Enjoy exclusive amenities, energetic rides, winding wave pools, and immersive music. It’s the perfect oasis for visitors of all ages to relax and have fun.

5. Cumberland Park

Discover Cumberland Park on Nashville’s riverfront! This innovative 6.5-acre play space features unique structures and water features for families. Enjoy the outdoor amphitheater, accommodating 1,200 people for events, nestled between the Shelby Street Pedestrian and Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridges, with direct access to Shelby Street Bridge via a new elevator and staircase.

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