In the spring of 2012, Geyser Towers sprung to life in the 3,200-acre Stone Mountain Park. Geyser Towers is the first of its kind, a Prime Interactive Adventure Trail integrated with multiple water elements. It is also the first Adventure Trail to be installed in North America.
A shoes-on attraction that sprays guests, the Adventure Trail has geysers that erupt from the ground, some bursting as high as 25 feet (8 meters) into the air! One geyser is even placed directly under the Adventure Trail, shooting up the middle of the multi-level attraction, to soak guests through the suspended triangle net walk above it. Other spray elements squirt, mist and blast guests as they cross through suspended rope bridges, netted tunnels, towers and the web elevator climb.
Built with water conservation in mind, Geyser Towers uses a closed loop system that borrows water from the Stone Mountain Lake, not using county water. The water goes through a treatment process making it potable to meet standards suitable for people; similar to swimming pool water and creating clean and sustainable fun.
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Spray height of geysers
Loop Water System
ft. Adventure Trail footprint
"Geyser Towers is a unique attraction that has already been a very successful addition to Stone Mountain. While kids of all ages are highly entertained by the geysers and sprays, parents are pleased with how this attraction encourages exploration and challenges them as they move across the bridges and seek out the different towers."