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Lake Winnie provides family theme and water park experience

ROSSVILLE, GA-- Just south of Chattanooga, Tennessee, families have been having fun at an awesome theme park for almost 90 years. Lake Winnepesaukah, or Lake Winnie as the locals call it, is part amusement park, part water park, all fun!

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Lake Winnepesaukah / John Hampton
Lake Winnepaesaukah Amusement Park
Lake Winnepaesaukah / John Hampton

The amusement park side of Lake Winnie sits around the lake that is its namesake. From kiddie rides like the Wacky Worm and Motorcycles to adventure rides like the Alpine Way ski lift, the Cannon Ball roller coaster, and the OH-Zone, there are rides to please every member of the family. People can even take a tour in the train that travels around the park, or stop to grab a bite to eat from one of several concession stands available. There is also a playground and a "splash pad" type water feature that allows children to cool down on hot days.

The water park side of Lake Winnie will keep visitors cool...and wet! From a lazy river to a cola bottle cap challenge, water takes center stage at Soak Ya Water Park. The park, which is on the west side of the lake, is a great way for families to cool off while having fun on hot summer days.

Lake Winnie also hosts numerous special events throughout the year. From Lake Winnepaspookah in October, to the numerous concerts held each year, to parties and special events held for numerous church and business groups, Lake Winnie makes any day special.

Lake Winnie is an amazing water and amusement park located in the Chattanooga, Tennessee, metropolitan area, just an hour drive from the Huntsville area. Families and groups are encouraged to make the short trip up U.S. Highway 72 to enjoy the theme park, opened since around 1925, that has always been family owned and operated.

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