Orlando is one of the water park capitals of the world. There are so many places to enjoy some summer fun, splashing away and enjoying great water rides as well as other attractions in Orlando.
Many of the water parks in Orlando are immersive entertainment experiences crafted by some of the top theme park brands in the world. Here is our list of the water parks in Orlando making the biggest splash this summer!
The newest entry into the Orlando water park field is Universal's Volcano Bay. It has quickly made a big impression, with its towering volcano and cascading water slides clearly visible off of I-4.
Enjoy a wild ride on the Krakatau Aqua Coaster or relax on the luxurious Kopiko Wai Winding River. The Krakatau volcano also houses the 125-foot Ko'okiri Body Plunge, the tallest body slide in the country.
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Disney visitors have long been able to take a break from the regular hustle and bustle of other theme parks at Blizzard Beach. The water park features a one-acre wave pool and a white sand beach.
Mount Gushmore features one of the world's tallest and fastest waterslides. There are several activities offered throughout the summer at Blizzard Beach that are based off Disney's "The Incredibles 2."
Disney's other water park, Typhoon Lagoon, also offers the opportunity to glide down a lazy river or take on several exhilarating water slides. If relaxation is your thing, layout and catch a tan on their sandy beach.
If you are on a quest for adventure, load the entire family on a raft and get swept away in a true white-water voyage with Miss Adventure Falls. One thing that makes Typhoon Lagoon particularly exciting during the summer is that it is the seasonal residence of Disney characters, Lilo and Stich.
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Aquatica is one of two Orlando water parks run by Sea World. There are 42 slides, rivers and lagoons to take advantage of on the 84,000 square foot property.
Aquatica's Breakaway Falls is the tallest, steepest and only multi-drop tower slide in town. Their newest ride, Ray Rush, is a family raft experience that has three different ways to slide, splash and soar.
Discovery Cove is also a Sea World property and the only water park that lets you get in touch with nature. They are best known as the place you can swim with dolphins, but they also offer opportunities to feed tropical birds and swim with rays.
Discovery Cove has created a snorkeling experience that puts you in close proximity to thousands of tropical fish. After a day of creating lasting memories with their unbeatable experiences, you can relax on sandy beaches and have a leisurely swim in their open waterways.
Enjoy these excellent Orlando water park destinations and have some fun in the sun with family this summer. Keep up with the latest theme park news by following 407area and get up-to-date information about things to do in Orlando.