Geyser Falls Waterpark Serving Hattiesburg, MS

Take the afternoon off from work and enjoy a day in the sun and water at Geyser Falls Waterpark. Located not far from Hattiesburg, you will enjoy lounging by the pool or playing in the water as you experience the fun from 15 attractions. You’ll love it so much you’ll want to go back, and you can with a season pass.

  • Located close to home in Hattiesburg
  • Affordable fun for all ages during the summer
  • Plan a special birthday or business event when you rent a cabana

Make plans to spend a day or several days at Geyser Falls Waterpark.

Enjoy More Fun at Geyser Falls

Discover something for all ages at Geyser Falls, starting with Squirts Hollow for the youngest kids. This place is designed for kids under 48 inches with splash pads and more. Older kids will have fun in the giant wavepool while everyone will have a blast in Round About River on a tube. Adults will find it enjoyable to spend some time on the eight acres of beaches lined with palm trees.

Directions to Geyser Falls from Hattiesburg

Start out on I-59 N and go to MS-528 W/Pine Ave in Heidelberg, which is about 49 miles. Take exit 113 from I-59 N. Continue on to Rose Hill and turn right onto MS-18 E/MS-503 N. turn left onto MS-503 N and go about 16 miles. Turn left onto US-80 W. Turn right onto MS-503 N/Jackson Street for about 10 miles. Stay on MS-15 N to Pearl River and onto BIA Rd 002 Bypass/Black Jack Road until you reach your destination.

Sights in Hattiesburg

First occupied by the Choctaw Native Americans, Hattiesburg was first settled by the French during the later 1700s. Officially founded by engineer Captain William H. Hardy, the city was established in 1884. However, it didn’t receive it’s current name until after two other name changes when it was named after the Captain’s wife, Hattie. Once the railroad came to the area, the lumber industry saw a boom. Hattiesburg has continued to see tremendous growth because of the intersection of railroads first and later, major highways, causing it to be referred to as the Hub City. Today, you will find plenty to do to fit all interests.

  • African American Military History Museum – This museum tells the story of African American involvement in the wars, including World Wars I and II, Vietnam, Desert Storm and others.
  • Hattiesburg Zoo – This small park is located on about 12 acres in Kamper Park with numerous exhibits, including mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. You can see ostriches, eland, zebras, porcupines and more.
  • Longleaf Trace – Enjoy a hike or bike ride or even go for a horseback ride on 44 miles of trails where you can venture off on other spurs to see lovely scenery and local wildlife.
  • All-American Rose Garden – See about 800 different bushes with lovely blooms that smell just as sweet, located on the campus of The University of Southern Mississippi since 1974.