Dollywoods’s Splash Country Offers Best-Value Deals In Celebration Of Milestone Year
Dollywood’s Splash Country celebrates its 20th year of making cool memories for guests with new ticket offers, live entertainment and the friendliest atmosphere in the region.
In appreciation for two decades of being the Smokies’ most-trusted water park, Dollywood’s Splash Country extends some of the best offers in park history, including an online ticket for $29.95 plus tax for Sunday through Thursday visits. Another great offer, for the first time ever, all full-price tickets purchased include lunch with admission.
“No matter what 2020 looks like, we are delighted to be open to celebrate our 20th season,” said Janet Dawson, General Manager of Dollywood’s Splash Country. “We wanted to say thank you to our community through some of the best-value ticket deals we can offer. And while we know budget is a big part of vacation planning, the reason our water park has been so successful is because of the emotional connections our hosts make with our guests year after year. You’re not going to find better people who love their jobs and love their guests like our folks. That’s consistently what we hear, and we’re very proud to be known for our heart.”
Dollywood’s Splash Country Through The Years
Throughout the 20 years of Dollywood’s Splash Country, water park guests have been treated to an immersive experience embodied through the Dollywood brand. The secret behind Splash Country’s staying power is the culture. Hosts pride themselves on offering the friendliest, most-trusted water attraction in the Smokies. Beyond fun host and guest interaction, Dollywood’s water park offers a family environment full of theming, live entertainment at the wave pool (Too Hot Tuesdays in July) and natural shade, thanks to mature trees sprinkled throughout the property which is built into a mountain hollow.
Dollywood’s Splash Country is open daily through Aug. 9. Then, water park guests may visit Aug. 11, 13, 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 and Sept. 5-7. While masks are required for entry and when guests are not able to social distance from other parties, they are not required on attractions. Due to COVID-19 restrictions limiting capacity, water park guests must make a reservation by visiting Dollywood.com/Reservations.
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