As we enter our 22nd season, Nashville Shores is committed to continue the tradition of providing quality family fun to our Middle Tennessee community. The safety and well-being of our guests and team members has always been our top priority.
As our guests, we understand you may have questions about COVID-19 and our park. We want to provide you information and keep you updated on future plans.
At this time, the waterpark opening day, originally scheduled for May 2, has been postponed. We are currently planning on opening May 16. We have also added an additional week of operation in August and will be open an extra weekend in September. With big things in store, including Mega Mayhem, our new, 6-story family raft ride, we are looking forward to celebrating a great summer with you.
The Treetop Adventure Park is temporarily closed until further notice, but the cabins and RV park at Nashville Shores remain open.
We have specific, stringent sanitation protocols in place for every operating department throughout our resort. In preparation for Opening Day and while closely monitoring the evolving situation, we have exponentially increased our sanitizing protocol and will continue to follow the guidance of state and local health agencies.
All guest and team member touch points including surfaces, railings, technology screens, handles, and doors will be sanitized throughout the day. The same stringent cleaning and disinfecting protocols are used to clean our cabins after guests depart and before the next guest arrives. Hand sanitizer and anti-bacterial soap are available throughout the property and signs have been installed to remind team members and guests of health and hygiene best practices.
In addition to the steps outlined above, we are asking team members who are exhibiting cold or flu-like symptoms to stay home and contact their healthcare provider.
Regarding water safety, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released their guidance on COVID-19 and water transmission stating, in part, that “There is no evidence that COVID-19 can be spread to humans through the use of pools and hot tubs. Proper operation, maintenance, and disinfection (e.g. with chlorine and bromine) of pools and hot tubs should remove or inactivate the virus that causes COVID-19.”
We are also still accepting applications and hiring for the season. Click this link to apply. Please continue to visit our website as we will share updates as they become available. Thank you for your continued support.