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Nashville Shores is one of Nashville's Favorite Local Water Parks and is located along Percy Priest Lake in the Hermitage Area. They offer a ton of summer for the entire family that includes thrill filled water rides and slides, several pools that range from one to six foot deep, a miniature golf course, canoes, cabins, a beach, sandbox, concession stand, as well as it's own riverboat. Nashville Shores is normally open from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend.
02 of 03Wave Country is currently one of two wave-action pools in Nashville and it normally opens for it's summer season on Memorial Day weekend which also traditionally marks the beginning of summer fun in Middle Tennessee and remains open through Labor Day Weekend.
This Local Water Park, owned by the Metro Parks, is located in the Opryland Music Valley Area and generates waves that can be ridden, or enjoyed from the shallows. As with most water park adventures, one can expect a break in the waves every fifteen minutes or so for safety reasons. Other activities include several water slides, concession stand, picnic area, nearby play ground and a toddler water area.
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Tie Breaker Family Aquatic Center is located just 45 minutes north of Nashville, in the southern part of Hopkinsville Kentucky, and is normally open from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend.
This Local Water Park is on the smaller side but offers a ton of fun for the kids that includes an interactive water playground, a relaxing river drift area, and two thrill-filled water slides. Inflated floats are free on a first come first served basis and as with most water park adventures, one can expect a water break every fifteen minutes or so for safety reasons.
This park is recommended for families with children up to 13 years-old as the water, at its deepest point, is less than four foot deep.