Wet ‘N Wild at Orlando: The Only Way to Go

EDITOR’S NOTE: Wet ‘n Wild Orlando closed at the end of 2016. It will be replaced by Universal Studios Volcano Bay. Use our search for more information on this new attraction.

Wet 'n Wild is fun for the entire family

A must place to include in your Orlando attraction planning is Wet ‘n Wild water park. Located in Orlando, it was founded by SeaWorld creator in 1977. This theme park is so fantastic, Amusement Business Magazine published it was voted America’s number one water park. For families wanting to spend an entire day of wet ‘n wild fun, this Orlando attraction is the place to be.

Before diving into, pun intended, the many fun attractions, it is a good idea to review the rules and hours. Wet ‘n Wild is open all year long. The longest hours of operation are during June and July, the hottest time of the year. During cooler months the pools are heated for comfort. Check for hours of operation before heading to this Orlando attraction – some rides are closed for maintenance during the off-peak months.

Parking is available, for a small fee. The water park is wheelchair accessible if needed. Certified lifeguards are on duty during hours of operation and life vests are available for use without any extra charge. If a floatation device is brought from home it must be approved by park staff before it is allowed inside.

Additionally, appropriate swim wear must be worn at this Orlando attraction. Cut-off shorts are not allowed. The gift shop sales swim suits as well as sunglasses, cameras and hats, along with additional items. Alcohol and glass containers are not permitted on the premises.

Water Attractions & Features

Now, on with the fun. Please note that along with the several fun rides at this Orlando attraction, restaurants, snacks, and drinks are also available for your convenience. Spend an entire day when possible.

Wet ‘n Wild has solo water rides, multi-person rides, and also easy-going water attractions, and family attractions and activities. Finding something fun to do will not be a problem at this Orlando attraction. Even the little ones have an entire area and rides designed just for them.

Family water attractions include on of the newest attractions of the park, Blastaway Beach. This sixty foot sandcastle themed park turns family quality-time into endless opportunities that will keep your family connected with high-energy fun. The many toys and slides span over two pools with dedicated and secluded seating.

Several single person rides include popular high water slides: Mach 5, The Storm, The Bomb Bay, and Der Stuka. Additionally, a wake zone is located behind the water park. Guests are encouraged to test their skill with The Knee Ski, Wake Skating, and Paddle Boarding behind ski boats.

Some multi-person rides at this Orlando attractions are: Brain Wash, The Surge, Disco H2O, Bubba Tub, The Black Hole, The Flyer, and The Blast. Endless fun await everyone in the family here.

The newest water attraction is the Aqua Drag Racer. This unique ride combines and individual experience within a group. Challenge your family to a drag race – aqua style!

For a more restful and easy-going person the Lazy River, The Wild Tiki Lounge, Cabanas, and Wave Pool Surf Lagoon are the way to go.

The Orlando attraction, Wet ‘n Wild, has something for everyone in the family to enjoy. Exciting rides to just resting in the sun, no family member can deny the wonderful experience and memories to be made here. Suit up and go Wet ‘n Wild this year!

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