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Waterparks of Orlando

When the Florida sun shines bright, a day of aquatic fun is the best way to cool off. Complete your next Central Florida vacation by slipping and sliding your way to these popular waterparks in Orlando.

SeaWorld®’s Aquatica® Orlando

Adjacent to SeaWorld® Orlando, Aquatica® features multiple waterslides, two wave pools, and both lazy and rapid rivers for total relaxation or ultimate excitement. Certified by the IBCCES as an Autism-friendly center, Aquatica® is a family-friendly water park surrounded by a variety of lush aquatic habitats that feature live dolphins, sharks, and other sea life. Even families that frequent Aquatica® have plenty of reasons to keep coming back, including the brand-new water slide, Riptide Race. Set to open in 2020, Riptide Race takes families through a thrilling sequence of water tunnels, twists, and turns.

Disney’s Blizzard Beach

It may feature one of the world’s fastest and tallest freefall body slides — the Summit Plummet — but Blizzard Beach is still one of the most relaxing waterparks in Central Florida. Thanks to the calm, serene Melt-Away Bay wave pool, your young swimmers can safely roll in the waves. However, for the more adventurous members of your party, this ski resort-themed Disney water park still ramps up the heat with the Slush Gusher and Downhill Double Dipper waterslides.

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon

Near the Disney Springs marketplace is the tropical Typhoon Lagoon. Filled with multiple family raft rides, tube slide flumes, a large Surf Pool, and the stranded “Miss Tilly” tugboat perched atop the park’s central mountain, Typhoon Lagoon has a little something for everyone in your group. Featuring short lines and a unique roller-coaster-like waterslide — the Crush ‘n’ Gusher — this classic Disney water park offers a wet and wild experience unmatched by any other water park.

Universal’s Volcano Bay™

Universal Orlando’s water park consists of three separate villages with totally different features. The Wave Village lets you drift across peaceful wave pools. The River Village, on the other hand, offers twisting slides, lazy rivers, and a Tot Tiki Reef for the little ones to splash around. The Rainforest Village combines thrilling raft rides and slides that lead to what some would call the most exhilarating part of the park, which is none other than the 200-foot tall volcano — home to the Ko’okiri Body Plunge, Punga Racers, and Krakatau Aqua Coaster.

Orlando Watersports Complex (OWC)

A watersports park with a twist, OWC allows you to experience watersports like wakeboarding, kneeboarding, waterskiing, and wakeskating while being pulled by suspended cables or top-of-the-line Correct Craft boats. Located off 528 between the Florida Mall and the Orlando International Airport, OWC is home to Central Florida’s first-ever inflatable water park — where you can climb, slide, and splash around on floating water obstacles.

Don’t Be Left High and Dry

With so many wet and wild destinations in Orlando, you’ll want to book your stay in the middle of the splash zone — where you can soak up all the fun. Be sure to plan your vacation with Orlando Hotels 4 Less to get the lowest possible rates at the most comfortable, convenient locations. Our new hotel features help create a healthy space such as clear protective borders between you and front desk staff, cleaning common areas and touch points more frequently, floor markers to help everyone maintain proper social distancing in common areas, use of hospital-grade disinfectants in rooms, as well as more hand sanitizer dispensers throughout the hotels. Rest assured we keep safety and comfort in mind for you, our guests, and our staff. Call us today at 1-866-337-6736 to reserve your room.

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