How to get Soaky Mountain discounts and visit the waterpark for less

The Hive at Soaky Mountain

Soaky Mountain Waterpark is a new waterpark in Sevierville, TN (photo courtesy of Soaky Mountain)

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Soaky Mountain Waterpark is one of the newest attractions in the Great Smoky Mountains.

If you’re excited to try the new water park but also enjoy a good deal, you may be wondering how to get Soaky Mountain discounts.

Well, the folks at Soaky Mountain want to make sure everyone is able to visit. So luckily for you, they frequently offer generous discounts on their admission price.

How to get Soaky Mountain discounts

Before we dive in, it’s important to understand one thing about Soaky Mountain: They love offering discounts! If you don’t see something below that works for you, keep checking back for more offers.

Soaky Mountain often has promotions to help you save money and visit the new waterpark, and most of the time, you don’t even need a coupon code to take advantage of the deal.

Remember, we aim to update this list periodically, but prices and discounts are subject to change based on availability.

Here are some of the best ways to get Soaky Mountain discounts to the Sevierville TN waterpark.

Snake den at Soaky Mountain Waterpark
Soaky Mountain is known for its colorful slides that feature lighting effects (photo by Alaina O’Neal/TheSmokies.com)

1. Pass holder Bring a Friend Days

During Bring a Friend Days, season pass holders can bring a friend for only $19.99.

This offer is good for one friend per season pass holder.

For clarification, each season pass holder receives one Bring a Friend daily ticket with their pass. This offer is not tied to that free ticket.

That means you can use this offer whenever you wish throughout the summer, on select dates.

Currently, this is available for the first four Tuesdays in August. Check the calendar to learn more.

The tickets are not available online and are nontransferable, nor are they valid for a raincheck.

2. Discounted 4-Pack Daily Admission

To help share your experience at Soaky Mountain with loved ones, Soaky offers special flash sales for a 4-Pack of daily admission tickets.

Currently, guests can get a 4-Pack of Daily Admission tickets online for only $167.96, or $41.99 per ticket.

The tickets are nonrefundable and do not include parking. They must be redeemed together. Check out the deal here.

Soaky Surge wave pool at Soaky Mountain
The Soaky Surge wave pool at Soaky Mountain generates massive waves (photo by Daniel Munson/TheSmokies.com)

3. Play like a kid on Mondays

Because everyone has a little kid in their heart, on Mondays, adults can pay a discounted price of only $39.99 for the day’s admission. That’s $10 off regular admission!

Tickets are available online only. Restrictions may apply, and the deal is not available on holidays.

Learn more on their website.

4. Twilight Tickets

Soaky Mountain recently started offering discounted admission to the park later in the evening.

You can now go to Soaky after 4 pm for $39.99, including parking.

Currently, this deal is available for the month of August.

Purchase your ticket online or at the ticket booth. Restrictions may apply.

The Edge Water coaster
The Edge is the newest water coaster at Soaky Mountain (photo by Alaina O’Neal/TheSmokies.com)

5. Double Edge Days

To celebrate Soaky’s newest coaster The Edge, the park now offers Double Edge Days. This means guests can enjoy the park for two days for the admission price of one for the month of August on Sundays through Thursdays.

Restrictions apply. You may purchase this deal online or at the ticket booth.

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6. Wilderness at the Smokies Package

If you are planning a trip to the Smokies and have your eyes on Soaky Mountain, consider staying at the Wilderness at the Smokies Resort, which is Soaky’s sister park.

Resort guests can save more than 80% off Soaky Mountain Waterpark admission.

The package includes:

  • Overnight accommodations
  • Unlimited access to indoor and outdoor waterparks at Wilderness
  • One day daily admission ticket per registered guest to Soaky Mountain

To access this offer, use promo code SOAKY at checkout when booking online. The shuttle service is not available to Soaky Mountain. Restrictions may apply.

Wilderness at the Smokies also regularly offers discounts on Groupon, so be sure to check deals before booking.

The resort is the region’s largest waterpark resort and is home to Tennessee’s largest indoor waterpark.

“Our parent company, who built Soaky Mountain Waterpark, wants for our guests to see first-hand what a great tourist addition this is for the Smoky Mountain region,” says Pete Tennis, general manager of Wilderness at the Smokies.

Boomer's bay for kids at Soaky Mountain
Boomer’s Bay has several activities for the littlest members of the family (photo by Daniel Munson/TheSmokies.com)

7. Get a military discount

Of course, this one is only available to our military members. But, Soaky offers a 15% discount for all active and non-active service men and women and their immediate families.

Discounts are applied at the gate.

8. Other current promotions and deals

When you’re planning your trip, always check Soaky Mountain’s website for current offers and deals.

Another good place to look for promotions is the company’s social media event tab.

Does Soaky Mountain have group discounts?

Yes.

Soaky Mountain does offer special rates for groups of 15 people or more. To find out more about group rates, visit them in person or contact group sales at (865) 868-2170.

Avalaunch water coaster
The Avalaunch water coaster is the first of its kind (photo by Daniel Munson/TheSmokies.com)

What rides does Soaky Mountain offer?

Soaky Mountain Waterpark is the newest big attraction in the Smoky Mountains. Coming in at a whopping 50 acres, this huge waterpark boasts an impressive list of new rides, slides and kiddie play areas.

One of the main highlights of the waterpark includes the Avalaunch, a first-of-its kind watercoaster with four flying saucer features and a TornadoWAVE finish.

They also recently opened The Edge, a dueling water coaster that spans two football fields in length.

Each slide in the park packs its own punch, whether you’re looking for a thrilling capsule drop or a dual-person float ride.

“What sets Soaky Mountain apart is the wonderful attractions,” says Dave Andrews, general manager of Soaky Mountain. “We have translucent pieces that are some of the newest things in the industry that actually set effects on you as you slide down the rides.”

“What’s cool about that is it’s sunlight driven, so the Tennessee sunshine is shining right through these rides, making cool effects,” he said. “Effects that will make you feel like you’re going faster — effects that will make you feel like you’re spinning down a vortex.”

Read Also: 15 best Soaky Mountain Waterpark rides ranked, your complete guide

Does Soaky Mountain Waterpark have food?

Soaky Mountain also steps up the traditional “theme park food game” with specially-remodeled food trucks.

They searched high and low for noteworthy vehicles to build these stationary food trucks. Currently, they have the Tacolicious taco truck and Philly Up! cheesesteak truck to satisfy your cravings at the park.

Read Also: Soaky Mountain vs Splash Country: Which water park is better?

How much does Soaky Mountain cost?

Full price daily admission tickets are $49.99 at the gate. You can get them for $47.99 online.

Tickets are $39.99 for anyone 42 inches or below. Seniors also receive discounted admission for $39.99.

To get the full Soaky Mountain experience, consider upgrading to a season pass to get even more savings.

Prices are subject to change.

Also, these prices do not include parking, which is also less expensive if you purchase online before you arrive.

Children ages three and up require a ticket. The waterpark will be open through Labor Day and select weekends after Labor Day in September.

Soaky Mountain Waterpark is located at 175 Gists Creek Road, Sevierville, TN.

Have you been to this brand new waterpark yet? Let us know in the comments!

Disclaimer: While we do our best to bring you the most up-to-date information, attractions or prices mentioned in this article may vary by season and are subject to change. Opinions expressed here are the author’s alone, not those of any mentioned business, and have not been reviewed or endorsed these entities. Contact us at [email protected] for questions or comments.

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12 thoughts on “How to get Soaky Mountain discounts and visit the waterpark for less”

  1. no we haven’t we were wondering if you have group rates on tickets were planning to come in July

  2. Family of 9 looking for big family discount to wilderness resort & soaky mountain water park

  3. Do you give discounts to people who work in sevier county I work off of Boyd’s creek

  4. Hi Daniel, Soaky offers a 15% discount for all active and non-active service men and women and their immediate families. Must be purchased at the gate only, not online.

  5. Trying to get a group discount for 17 people. No one is answering the phone at the number above.

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