Geyser Falls Water Park Serving Tupelo, MS

Enjoy an afternoon of water and sun at Geyser Falls Waterpark. This premier fun park for Tupelo, MS offers a wide range of activities for every level of water adventurer with 15 attractions. Make it a party with your best friends by renting a cabana. Buy a season pass to come back again and again.

  • Located within driving distance of Tupelo, MS
  • Affordable fun all summer long with a season pass
  • Celebrate a birthday party or other special occasion in your own cabana

Plan now to spend time at Geyser Falls for fun in the sun and water.

Have More Fun at Geyser Falls

Plan your day around the fun to be found at Geyser Falls. Cool off in the pool or relax in the Round About River on a tube. Take the little ones to Squirts Hollow, where they can enjoy their own safe waterplay. This section is limited to those under 48 inches. This 23-acre waterpark includes 15 attractions to suit every personality.

Directions to Geyser Falls from Tupelo

Start out on US-45 and take US-45 ALT S, US-82 W and MS-25 S to MS-15 S in Louisville, which is about 102 miles. Take the MS-15 S exit and continue on MS-15 S. Drive to BIA Rd. 002 Bypass/Black Jack Rd. in Pearl River, which is about 32 miles. You will reach your destination at 209 Black Jack Rd.

Sights in Tupelo, MS

From its humble beginnings as a stop along the Mobile and Ohio Railroad route, Tupelo has developed into an industrial and commercial hub for much of Mississippi. Top industries today include retail, financial service, and healthcare. Visitors and residents alike will find plenty to interest them right close to home.

  • Tupelo Buffalo Park and Zoo – Visit this unique zoo, which includes a large herd of American bison alongside the emu, zedonk and python and sits on nearly 200 acres. Enjoy animal feedings, and a live merry-go-round with ponies as well as horseback riding through the park and a petting zoo.
  • Elvis Presley Birthplace & Museum – The most famous son of Tupelo is remembered at this museum, which recounts the singer’s early days. A statue of Elvis at 13 is a popular photo-op for visitors in this 15-acre park, which also includes the church Elvis went to as a child.
  • Natchez Trace Parkway Headquarters and Visitor Center – This parkway spans 444 miles through majestic natural scenery with a rich history. Visitors can also hike and bike, ride horses, go boating and camping. Kids will enjoy special events such as Pioneer Day and educational activities.
  • Oren Dunn City Museum – This museum is located in an old dairy barn and tells the story of the birth of the city to the present. See an original dogtrot cabin, a model of the 1940s railroad and the history of one of the deadliest tornadoes in the nation. Situated inside Ballard Park, kids will enjoy the playgrounds while everyone will appreciate the picnic areas and walking trail alongside a lake.