Current information regarding the pandemic.
The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has affected all our lives in many ways, including Lake Winnpesaukah. Below are answers to frequently asked questions and updated information regarding Lake Winnepesaukah’s 2020 Season.
To all our friends and fans, we appreciate your support over the last 94 years. We have been preparing for our 2020 Season and are excited to open our gates for families to enjoy summer days at Lake Winnepesaukah and SoakYa Water Park. However, we, along with our community and the world, are working to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic at this time. We send our prayers to those directly affected by the virus and continue to support the individuals working tirelessly to assist in combating this disease.
In this time of uncertainty, we understand everyone has questions. While we do not have all the answers, below are answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding Lake Winnie’s 2020 Season. What we know for certain is when we are able to welcome families again, our park will be ready to provide an atmosphere that is safe, clean, and family-friendly.
Frequently Asked Questions
When will Lake Winnie open for the 2020 Season?
Lake Winnie will not open on May 2nd and will continue to revise our schedule to comply with mandated regulations from the Georgia Governor’s office. Please visit our park calendar for the most updated schedule.
Is Lake Winnie accepting job applications for summer employment?
Yes! Our online application is available if you are interested in applying.
Are 2020 Season Passes and E-Tickets still valid?
Yes! 2020 Season Passes and E-Tickets will be valid for our 2020 operating season. We are considering a variety of alternatives to add value for our Season Pass holders to make up for days lost during our 2020 operating season. Please check back for updated information.