Geyser Falls Water Theme Park Serving New Orleans
Plan an afternoon or all day playing in the water or relaxing on a beach at Geyser Falls Water Theme Park, the premier waterpark for New Orleans. Relax on a sandy beach or in one of the cabanas and watch your kids splash in the wavepool or slide down one of the slides on a hot day. Buy a season pass to keep coming back all summer.
- Fun location close to home in New Orleans
- Affordable fun with a season pass
- Celebrate a birthday, graduation, or other special event in your own cabana
Bring family and friends and enjoy refreshing fun all summer at Geyser Falls.
Have Fun at Geyser Falls
Bring the little kids out for a couple of hours at Geyser Falls where they can play at Squirts Hollow, an area designed just for kids under 48 inches tall. Mini-slides and water play will keep them occupied. Let the older kids have their own fun on Mt. Everwet with three slides to choose from. Relax on your own in Round About River in a tube. With 15 attractions, including sandy beaches with shady palm trees, there’s something for every type of water lover.
Directions to Geyser Falls from New Orleans
Located less than four hours from New Orleans, Geyser Falls is the perfect getaway for your staycation. Start out on I-10 E from Common Street. Take I-59 N to MS-528 W/Pine Ave in Heidelberg. Travel for about two hours. Take Exit 113 from I-59 N. Follow MS-503 N and MS-15 N for about 1 ½ hours to BIA Rd 002 Bypass/Black Jack Rd, in Pearl River where you will reach your destination at 209 Black Jack Road in Philadelphia.
Sights in New Orleans, LA
Create a fun staycation close to home when you visit Geyser Falls. Make it a fun time for three or four days with local sights and a day spent at the waterpark. You’ll find plenty to do in New Orleans, a city rich in history and culture.
- French Quarter – Explore the most famous area of New Orleans at Jackson Square and along Bourbon Street. Antique stores and a French Market reminiscent of the past combine with modern boutiques and live music.
- Audubon Park – Sit and enjoy spectacular scenery with large oak trees, lagoons and paths for walking or biking as well as areas for a picnic and playgrounds. This park also includes riding stables, tennis courts and soccer fields along with the Audubon Clubhouse Café where you can dine. Play golf at the Audubon Golf Club while you’re here.
- Cabildo-Louisiana State Museum – Learn the history of New Orleans and the stories of various immigrants from Ireland and Italy. Discover what life was like for slaves as well as those who lived free.
- Audubon Louisiana Nature Center – Kids of all ages will enjoy this nature center that provides hands-on learning with trails into the hardwood forest and educational exhibits throughout the 86 acres.