Classic Wet ‘N Wild is gone. Instead there are the water parks Volcano Bay, Aquatica, Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon and recently opened Legoland Water Park – and even a water park hotel!
As if it was not enough with all theme parks – Orlando is also a water paradise with lots of spectacular water parks.
Not all water parks are open all year round, so check opening hours.
Most of them are owned by the major theme parks, such as Disney, Universal, Sea World and Legoland.
Water parks in the Orlando area
For water fun read about the best places to splash. Follow the links for more information.
A Disney park, built around the imaginative story that Florida is hit by a snow storm – almost a new ice age – that led to an alpine ski resort.
But the snow melted (of course) and the result became this water park.
Also here is a background story about a natural disaster, this time in a tropical setting. The Crush ‘N’ Gusher attraction is a high-tech water adventure in this Disney park. Now also with the family adventure Miss Adventure Falls.
READ MORE: Disney Worlds largest water park
Colorful park with the same aquatic animals as at the owner Sea World. Special price at Official Ticket Center to book a combination ticket.
READ MORE: Close contact with dolphins at Aquatica
Volcano Bay is the new park in Orlando where you do not have to queue! The park, sometimes named “the third Universal park”, has a high-tech virtual queue system that they named TapuTapu.
READ MORE: How to get a ticket to the volcano
Newly opened (2017) water park at Legoland in Winter Haven. A water park especially for the youngest.
READ MORE: Legoland Water Park for the youngest
CoCo Key Water Resort
Water park and hotel. A good family hotel in a very good location on International Drive.
READ MORE: Here you stay in the water park
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