Florida is known for its abundance of water parks, some of which are open year round, offering visitors a chance to cool off, have fun, and enjoy thrilling water attractions.
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach (Orlando)
These two water parks are part of the Walt Disney World Resort and offer unique themes and attractions. Typhoon Lagoon has a tropical island theme with a massive wave pool, water slides, and a lazy river. Blizzard Beach is themed as a melting ski resort with water slides, a wave pool, and a chairlift-style water ride.
Located adjacent to SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica is a family-friendly water park with a variety of water attractions, slides, and animal encounters. It features thrilling slides, a wave pool, lazy rivers, and a unique water play area for kids.
Rapids Water Park (West Palm Beach)
Rapids Water Park is a large water park in West Palm Beach, offering a range of water slides, wave pools, lazy rivers, and interactive play areas. It features attractions like Big Thunder, Brain Drain, and Riptide Raftin’, providing thrills for visitors of all ages.
Adventure Island (Tampa)
Adventure Island is a water park located near Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. It features a tropical theme and offers water slides, lazy rivers, wave pools, and a play area for children. Guests can enjoy attractions like Colossal Curl, Aruba Tuba, and Key West Rapids.
LEGOLAND Water Park (Winter Haven)
Adjacent to LEGOLAND Florida Resort, LEGOLAND Water Park offers a LEGO-themed water experience for families. It features attractions like Build-A-Raft River, Twin Chasers, and DUPLO Splash Safari, where kids can enjoy slides, interactive play structures, and water play areas.
Volcano Bay (Orlando)
Volcano Bay is Universal Orlando Resort’s water theme park, featuring a tropical paradise with a towering volcano as its centerpiece. It offers thrilling water slides, a lazy river, wave pools, and relaxation areas. Guests can experience attractions like Krakatau Aqua Coaster, Ko’okiri Body Plunge, and Waturi Beach