Atlantis WaterparkSplash, slide and play at Bull Run's Atlantis Waterpark!
Cool down with waterslides, pools, and our 500 gallon dumping bucket at Atlantis Waterpark, located at Bull Run Regional Park in Centreville, Virginia.
Features & Attractions
Atlantis’ waterslides offer a pair of waterslides, including 230 feet of fun on the open slide, or a thrilling 170-foot ride in complete darkness on the closed slide.
A large main pool offers splashing and swimming space for everyone – and includes a play island with smaller slides.
The centerpiece of the waterpark is the awesome dumping bucket and play feature, with covered slides, open slides, water cannons, sprayers, and more, all under the current of our giant dumping bucket!
There’s also a baby pool and a sand play area.
Of course your day wouldn’t be complete without food, drinks and more! Neptune’s Reef is stocked with all your favorites! Sit outside under the large shade umbrellas and enjoy a great lunch, then head back and cool off under the bucket!
What are you waiting for? Visit us today!
Know Before You Go
While you are enjoying our aquatic facilities, you can feel secure knowing that you are being closely monitored by licensed aquatics staff. “Safety is golden” is the mantra of our staff, who take their jobs seriously and hold the safety of you and your family in the highest regard. They are regularly tested for equipment readiness, situation recognition and professionalism. Swim with care, but do so knowing that our team of guards is ready to assist you should the need arise. Enjoy your day at our waterparks!
Atlantis Waterpark7700 Bull Run Drive
Centreville VA 20121
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I brought my 4 kids here and they had an absolute blast.
The pirate ship water slide was their favorite, because it lands in water they could stand up in. They also loved the dump bucket. This is not a huge water park like I was picturing. It's a pool with several slides, a kiddie pool with some fountains, a jungle-gym type thing with a dump bucket and other water features, and a sand box. But for small children it's really just right. It wasn't overwhelming or overstimulating, and there is plenty to do for non-swimmers. For at least half an hour we were, the main pool was closed, I'm not sure why. That made the rest of the areas a little crowded. But other than that, it really was not crowded at all.
by S. Connolly
This is a lovely place with a very chill atmosphere and a nice sound system.
The setting is serene, the water park has a variety of fun offerings for all ages. When you look at this water park and the others in the regional park system, you realize this is a very affluent area. I'd say go enjoy these really special and so lovingly and well managed amenities, do your part to take care of them and sustain them, and don't take them for granted! Life is very good here. And it's even nicer at Atlantis water park
by S. Reflection
We’ve been here a lot this summer, we enjoy coming as a small family, it’s perfect for that.
My son loves it here. He’s learning how to swim and jump and climb out. Today I was teaching him how to jump into the pool, but he wasn’t having it. He was very nervous and getting embarrassed about not being able to do it, but was still determined to figure it out. The lifeguard who was switching out of his post, Jon Hernandez, came over to us and asked if he was trying to jump in. When I said yes and explained that my son was learning everything, he asked if they could jump in together. My son said yes, Jon offered to hold his hand. He gratefully accepted. They jumped in together without hesitation, my son’s first time today. My son has sensory issues, he favors feeling and hates loud noises. When Jon offered to hold his hand, it set off all the confidence my son needed. From then on my son actually held out his hand and pretended Jon was still holding it so he could jump in by himself. I’m proud of him for getting so far on his own, but he wouldn’t have gotten that far without Jon. It wasn’t much, but it meant the world to my kid. These kids come here for summer jobs, but I appreciate them for everything they do. Thank you!
by K. Pfaff