Not just theme parks, there are many water parks in Orlando, and it couldn't be otherwise in a state like Florida with a warm weather all year round. The state called Sunshine States delivers over 300 days of sunshine a year, with temperatures that are always mild in winter and warm in summer. This allows you to have the water parks open 365 days a year even in the "winter" period, including Christmas and New Year.
The amusement park capital of the world offers multiple water parks and almost all of the highest level. In this article we will describe the main water parks, which are connected to the big entertainment brands: Disney, Sea World and Universal Studios. If you want save on tickets admission we recommend buying tickets which also include theme parks and are valid for several days.
Water Parks in Orlando
Disney Blizzard Beach Water Park - It boasts one of the highest slides in the world, many attractions and many slides in an extravagant "winter" environment. It is the largest of Disney's water parks, with 22 water slides and a "freezing" bobsled run that remains pleasantly warm and exciting.
Aquatica SeaWorld Waterpark - This water park is home to some of the most thrilling water features in the world. With 42 slides, rivers and lagoons and 84.000 square meters of sparkling white sand beaches it is one of the most extraordinary water parks in the world.
Disney Typhoon Lagoon Water Park - Offers its guests winding tides, roaring rapids and soothing rivers. If navigating the nine waterslides isn't enough for you, you can swim with sharks and tropical fish, or have fun in the largest wave pool in the United States. This exotic paradise promises to be the wettest and funniest adventure of your life.
Wet ‘n Wild Orlando - Offers a variety of really cool rides and slides with lots of special effects. Many slides can be done with inflatable boats that carry 2 or 3 people. The latest addition to the park is the Drag Racer Aqua, a four-lane race where you throw yourself upside down along the 170-meter-long slides. Blastaway Beach features an 18-meter-high sandcastle, 18 slides, two swimming pools, and more than 100 showers, water jets, cannons and waterfalls. The park is open all year round with heated swimming pools in the colder months.
Water parks nearby
LEGOLAND Water Park - Located within LEGOLAND Florida Resort, this water park caters to families with children aged 2-12. Among the attractions, families can imagine and build a unique LEGO ship and keep it afloat along the more than 300 meters of the lazy river. You can try one of the many water slides or relax at the LEGO Wave Pool, the park's large swimming pool. The gentle waves suitable for all family members will allow you to spend a pleasant day.