Water Fun - Nashville Shores

Water Fun

Nashville Shores features more than a million gallons of water fun. Enjoy a thrilling ride with friends on the Big Kahuna family raft slide. Experience Kowabunga Beach, a massive, four-story water treehouse and sprayground. Brave the waves in Breaker Bay, an ocean-sized wave pool, and don't miss Castaway Creek. Blast at speeds of 35 mph down the exhilarating Music City Racer or plunge down thrilling water slides like The Big Scream. There is all-day, all-you-can-play water fun for everyone.

Nashville Shores Breaker Bay Wave Pool

Breaker Bay Wave Pool

Brave the waves in Breaker Bay, an ocean-sized wave pool where you can hang ten on massive waves or relax by the shore.

The Wave Pool encompasses more than 25,000 square feet and features the patented WaveTek system capable of producing five different wave patterns creating rolling waves up to four feet.
*Anyone less than 36 inches tall must use a Coast Guard approved life jacket and be accompanied by an adult.

 


Nashville Shores Kowabunga Beach

Kowabunga Beach

Four stories tall, utilizes thousands of gallons of water in more than 70 interactive features including 4 colorful water slides, a giant bucket that tips hundreds of gallons of water every few minutes, water jets, bridges, tunnels, and dozens of other water play elements.

*Children over 54" (inches) are not permitted on this attraction.

Nashville Shores Cast Away Creek Lazy River

Castaway Creek Lazy River

Enjoy a relaxing ride with family and friends on Castaway Creek, the more than 1,000 foot long, lazy river. The first lazy river ever constructed in Middle Tennessee is also the widest in the state - an impressive 17 feet wide!

Other highlights include geysers, a waterfall and spray features to help keep guests refreshed on hot summer days.
*Anyone less than 36 inches tall must use a Coast Guard approved life jacket and be accompanied by an adult.


Nashville Shores Giant Bucket of Fun

Giant Bucket of Fun

Kids of all ages love getting splashed with the Giant Bucket of Fun. Close to 500 gallons of refreshing water is unleashed approximately every five minutes to drench you and cool you off on a hot, summer day.