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We have been going to SoundWaves since they opened, and this past week, we got to go kid-free to enjoy it for the weekend. If you haven’t been yet, SoundWaves is the nation’s first truly upscale indoor/outdoor resort water attraction located in Nashville, Tennessee. I’ve been going to Gaylord Opryland for years, and the addition of their water attraction is just another reason why this hotel is a favorite of ours.
Our kids absolutely love it! But, with 3 kids of all different ages, it can be hard to actually get to spend any of the time doing any water slides. We are typically chasing around the kids and keeping Grayson from running off, running into the pool, running downstairs…everything lol. So this was quite a different experience getting to ride water slides all day, chill in the adults-only pool (yes, you heard that right!), and relax in a cabana.
SoudWaves has SO much to offer families and kids, but don’t get me wrong, they offer so much for adults too! SoundWaves is a 111,000 square feet, 3-level water attraction that has an adult’s only pool indoors, an adults-only pool outdoors, private cabana rentals both indoors and outdoors, a lazy river indoors, a rapid river indoors, a wave pool outdoors, and tons of waterslides both inside and out!
And they also have play areas indoors and outdoors for kids. It is just as perfect for kids and families as it is for an adult’s weekend. Keep reading below for a list of all attractions at SoundWaves
Indoor Attractions at SoundWaves
Rapid Remix – Climb aboard a mega raft for 4-5 people and get ready for a breathtaking series of vortex loops-complete with 21 LED lights and 12 music speakers. 42″ height requirement. Riders between 42″ and 48″ shall be accompanied by a Supervising Companion.
Stage Dive – This ultimate body sliding adventure features two slides. Choose the translucent tube with LED lights or try the opaque tube with no lights for even more suspense. 42″ height requirement.
Record Launch – Choose your adventure at the top. Pick the tubing bowl path for an intense centrifugal experience with 16 LED lights and four music speakers. Or push the limits of gravity with our two-person serpentine water ride. 42″ height requirement. Riders between 42″ and 48″ shall be accompanied by a Supervising Companion.
Crowd Surfer – Nashville’s only double FlowRider® lets two people surf at once.
Up Tempo Rapids River – Zip along on this 36″ rapid river, complete with waterfalls and spray features.
Down Tempo Lazy River – Grab a tube and float down this relaxing river through cavernous rock features with LED lighting and music.
Groovin’ Lagoon Activity Pool – Fun for all ages, explore this pool area’s rock wall, lily pad walk, basketball hoops and 30′ water curtain.
Quarter Note Cove – Explore this splash pad and pool designed for young children.
Half Note Cove – This multi-level play structure is great for kids of all ages with its multiple small and medium slides, shallow water, and spray features.
Outdoor Attractions at SoundWaves
Beat Drop – The floor drops and riders plunge down a near-vertical tunnel to enter a looping water slide. 48″ height requirement.
Bass Drop – This extreme high-speed, open-flume body ride is a six-story free-fall into six inches of water! 48″ height requirement.
Rock’N Racer – With four lanes, riders race each other through tight 360-degree loops to see who finishes first. A leader board at the bottom shows who won. 42″ height requirement.
Rising Stars Stage – This multi-level play structure is great for kids of all ages with its multiple small and medium slides, shallow water, and spray features.
Tidal Track Wave Pool – Waves come every 10-15 seconds on this beach that goes out to 6 feet deep, complete with a giant LED screen that can be viewed from the water or the hundreds of feet of shoreline.
Diamond Pool – This adults only flat water outdoor pool area is for ages 18 and up only.
After our last trip to Gaylord Opryland and SoundWaves, I’m thinking that we need 2 trips a year there now – 1 with the kids and 1 with the adults. = ) It was that much fun! We even took a day and visited Arrington Vineyards and then had dinner at The Optimist.