Disney's Typhoon Lagoon ( 18.5 miles:- 25 minutes)
Disney World has two water parks. The hugely popular Typhoon Lagoon, designed to resemble a beach resort devastated by a tropical storm, can hold more than 7,000 people at once. Enjoy a range of fun and exhilarating water based activities from water slides or a giant wave pool to a ride on a raft down the lazy river or soaking up the sun on the sandy beach.
Disney's Blizzard Beach ( 16.8 miles:- 24 minutes)
Disney's Blizzard Beach is made to resemble a wet and magical ski resort that has melted in to a watery wonderland.
Take the ski resort style chairlifts or dare to plunge down the Summit Plummet which is one of the tallest and fastest freefall body slides in the world.
Lots of really fun ways to spend the day enjoying the water and being thrilled with large crashing waves, rapids and waterslides that you have to experience to believe.
Wet 'n Wild (24.5 miles:- 28 minutes)
Wet 'n Wild is located at the Universal Orlando Resort. Lots of thrill rides for all the family. There is the new Aqua Drag Racer which appeals to the competitive amongst you with 4 lanes of high speed head to head competition.
Blastaway Beach is a massive water play area with many slides and 160 soakers.
Queues can get quite long.
Aquatica (21.2 miles:- 26 minutes)
Aquatica is Seaworld's water park and as you would then expect there is a mix of thrill rides and family fun rides with the addition of enjoying some great wildlife too. The Loggerhead Lanes is a ride on a lazy river with the added bonus of drifting through an underground world where you can observe tropical fish as you go.
Pools, water slides, lazy rivers and umberellas and places to relax around the wave pool area. This YouTube video gives an idea of what to expect.
They do charge for car parking in addition to park entry and if you can take your own towels it will save quite a bit on renting costs.
Universal's Volcano Bay (24.8 miles:- 33 minutes)
COMING SOON. This brand new waterpark from Universal is due to open in the summer of 2017.
With the clever use of electronic type arm bands there’s no standing in long lines, wrestling with tubes, or waiting for the fun to begin as guests will be alerted when it is their turn to experience the attractions.
The centre piece of the island is Krakatau, a great Fire and Water volcano. It stands at 200 feet above the tropical landscape and streams waterfalls during the day and fiery lava effects at night. Inside the cavernous volcano the Waturi people dare you to brave a variety of heart-pounding water slides.
The waterpark promises to be a tropical paradise combining thrilling, adrenaline filled rides with peace and relaxation.
Tickets are already on sale now, November 2016! Universal's existing waterpark Wet 'n wild is to close down permanently from 3st December 2016.
Here is a promotional video of the waterpark and what will be in store for guests and it looks fantastic!