Top Water Parks in Florida

Top 8 Water Parks in Florida

With the warm Florida summer sun shining down on you, it always makes for a great day to spend at a water park! Splish and splash, and cool down this summer! Below is a list of the top water parks in Florida that are sure to be a great day out! 

Float down the lazy river for a relaxing but cooling time, or whirl down a fast slide for a thrill-seeking adventure. Don’t forget about the little kids, they have lots of fun interactive activities to keep them busy too! You can find a park that the whole family can enjoy the day, as you hang out by the water! 

Best Water Parks in Florida to Visit 

LEGOLAND Florida Water Park: The LEGOLAND Waterpark in Florida is meant for families to come and spend the day. It is geared more towards 12 years old and under. They have the Joker Soaker, which is super popular. It has a 300-gallon water bucket, that once it is full it will dump over, and get everyone in the way wet! You can even build your own LEGO creation while you are there. 

Buccaneer Bay, Weeki Wachee: This is northwest of Tampa, and is a spring-fed family park. It has nice cool 72-degree water, to keep you nice and cool. Travel down the lazy river, or let your kids play in the children’s play area. Buccaneer Bay even has a daily mermaid show, that is included in admission! 

Disney’s Blizzard Beach, Lake Buena Vista: this park sets itself apart, it is a one-time ski resort that has melted into a watery wonderland. The water slides look like you are on a toboggan run, sliding down a mountain. Check out the Blizzard Beach, it is packed full of adventurous rides! All ages can find something fun here to keep them entertained. 

Adventure Island, Tampa: This park even has a Spike Zone where you can play sand volleyball, in between sliding, wave pools, and can’t forget tube rides! One really popular attraction is the Endless Surf wave pool. The Colossal Curl, it holds up to 4 passengers, this slide is a thrill ride! You will hit really high speeds on this one! 

Aquatica, Orlando: This is SeaWorld Orlando’s water park! You can meet animals and have fun riding rides. One fun attraction is the Dolphin Plunge, it sends riders through an enclosed tube, through the dolphins’ environment! They have a free fall slide, for heart dropping experiences, colorful slides, and things to just relax by the water. Something for everyone in the family. 

Florida Water Parks

Shipwreck Island Panama City: This water park has a really nice kiddy area for little ones. They have a Tadpole hole that is filled with fun water activities for kids to play for hours, tipping buckets, sprayers and more. You can also go on big slides, hop on the Pirate’s Race, and more. This is a pirate-themed water park. 

Sunsplash Family Water Park: Over 14 acres of fun at this water park! The top attraction is the Cape Fear – a 30-foot high platform through a darkened tunnel, that is 215 feet long. You will slide through and be sure to have your heart beat a little faster at the end! Thrill seekers will love this! For younger kids, they can do the Sand Dollar walk, they hold a rope above and see if they can keep balance as they walk across the sand dollar floats below. It has options for all ages and nice large size pools for more leisure fun.

Big Kahuna’s Water & Adventure Park – Destin, Florida: Offers over 40 rides and attractions for the whole family to take part in. Kiddie rides, slides, pools, and even take part in the amusement park. Beyond the slides you can try the sky coaster, where it hangs you 100 feet in the air, lets you reach the speed of 60 mph, while you fly and swoop towards the ground. You can even mini golf in between swimming! 

Top water parks in florida

As you can see, you have so many options for awesome water parks in Florida! There are so many more to choose from, but these are some of the best ones! What is your favorite water park for you and your family to stop in to stay cool in the summer? Leave a comment below and let me know! 

 

9 Comments on Top 8 Water Parks in Florida

  1. Marysa
    July 13, 2018 at 1:07 am (4 months ago)

    My kids love swimming, and they would love to be able to go to these waterparks. It’s nice that there are so many to choose from in Florida. We’ve been wanting to make a trip to Florida for a while now.

  2. Stephanie Pass
    July 13, 2018 at 6:25 am (4 months ago)

    I love the idea of the spring fed water park. But, we’d probably do best at the Legoland one since my 8 yr old loves water parks so much

  3. Laura Dove
    July 13, 2018 at 10:56 am (4 months ago)

    We have never been to Florida but these all look amazing! We do have plans to go, just saving up as it’s so expensive, so I will save this for when we do!

  4. Lisa Favre
    July 13, 2018 at 11:01 am (4 months ago)

    I have been to Disney so many times and I still haven’t been to any of their waterparks! I would love to visit Blizzard Beach.

  5. BONNIE GOWEN
    July 13, 2018 at 1:51 pm (4 months ago)

    I can’t wait to hit water parks where we live. My brother lives in Florida, I will have to tell him about all of these.

  6. Esther Irish
    July 13, 2018 at 1:58 pm (4 months ago)

    We tend to visit Florida in the winter when it’s less busy so we haven’t tried the water parks. We are sure missing out!!

  7. Heather
    July 13, 2018 at 2:22 pm (4 months ago)

    I’ve lived in FL my entire life and I’m ashamed to admit that we’ve never been to any of these. There was a Six Flags by our house when I was small but it closed down. I may have gone to Rapids once as well, but that’s it.

  8. up run for life
    July 13, 2018 at 7:57 pm (4 months ago)

    I had no idea that there were so many water parks to choose from. My youngest loves going to the waterpark. The slides are his favorite.

  9. Shannon Gurnee
    July 16, 2018 at 6:47 pm (4 months ago)

    Wow – there are a lot of different water parks in Florida! Love all the options especially with the heat and humidity there! It’s a great way to cool off.

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