During a press conference this morning at Lake Winnepesaukah’s “Wet Spot” location of Soak Ya, a representative from the amusement park announced a partnership with Six Flags to build the world’s longest waterpark. The announcement came just a few days after Six Flags Over Georgia unveiled plans to open its own water park in 2014.
The joint water park will span a total of 120 miles from Rossville to Atlanta and feature many slides, lazy rivers and sewage system plunges, and entrance to the park can be accessed from either existing location.
Six Flags season pass holders can gain access to the park for a $10 upgrade to their season pass, and Lake Winnepesaukah visitors can upgrade their normal day pass for $750 for access.
Officials from the state of Georgia said the new water park will replace any plans for a bullet train from Chattanooga to Atlanta.
“It might be slower, but what beats a lazy river?” said a Georgia representative.
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