Orlando Water Parks
Florida sometimes feels like the hottest place in America, when it does many tourist and locals head to Orlando for some of the coolest water parks in the world. Many theme parks offer discounts to affiliated water parks when you purchase a ticket. Also during the summer there are always promotions with coupons from merchants, fast food restaurants and soft drink manufacturers making your water park adventure a bargain.
Aquatica Water Park - Designed in a way that could only be done by SeaWorld, the water park features the most thrilling water rides in the world with 36 water slides, six rivers and lagoons, and more than 80,000 square feet of beach area. The rides zoom, float and splash guests through amazing animal habitats and undersea adventures.
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Wet 'n Wild - Experience the world-class rides, quality service and more multi-passenger tube rides than any other waterpark in Orlando,
and you will see why Wet 'n Wild is consistently voted America's number one waterpark! Experience an explosion of
pulsating lights, dynamic effects and cosmic energy on THE BLACK HOLE: The Next Generation, as your two-person
hydra capsule blasts off to new out-of-this-world thrills! Encounter a splashing dose of group therapy on Brain Wash, or
boogie down on the retro raft adventure - Disco H2O. Children love the Kids' Park featuring smaller versions of the
park's popular rides. Soak up the sun by the Surf Lagoon or challenge yourself to the ultimate "free-fall" on the Bomb Bay.
Open year-round with pools heated seasonally, Wet 'n Wild is the perfect place for the entire family to relax, have fun, and
soak up the warm Florida sun!
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Disney Water Parks - At Walt Disney World Resort, guests can choose between a mountain ski retreat and a tropical getaway to take the proverbial plunge into water fun at two of the most popular water parks in North America. Disney's Blizzard Beach offers all the spine-chilling thrills of a northern ski resort, whether it's bobsledding down the "snowy" slopes of Mt. Gushmore or plunging straight down Summit Plummet at up to 55 mph. Disney's Typhoon Lagoon features breaking waves, saltwater snorkeling pool and gushing water surges.
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