Wet N Wild Orlando
Where are we going today?
We ALL know that name "Wet N Wild" - and yes, it's just as fun as it sounds!
Wet N Wild Orlando is a whopping 30 acres of water fun and excitement. The range of attractions are perfect for all ages, no matter if you love the most thrilling of slides, or the most calmest of lazy rivers.
Did you know that Wet N Wild Orlando is home to the TALLEST and FASTEST ride of it's kind in the entire state of Florida? This turbo-charged adrenaline rush is one where the whole family can go head to head across four lanes!
You start 65 feet above the ground, and then go fill throttle into the landing pool below. Good luck on that one!
The Super Thrills continue with attractions such as Bomb Bay, where you literally feel the floor fall out from below your feet during a six storey plunge, and Mach 5 where you can choose from three different flumes - each one offering their own TWIST on the ride!
Don't forget about the swirling body coaster and vertical free fall either!
If you prefer to enjoy your water fun with your friends or family, Wet N Wild Orlando has a number of group attractions. You can head back into the 1970s in the Disco H2O nightclub, or enjoy the four-person in-line toboggan adventure ride.
Deep Space adventure awaits with the Black Hole, and the Brain Wash gives you a mind-altering journey down 53 feet of vertical drop - all in a domed funnel! Hang onto your swimmers for that one!
But don't worry if you want something a little more gentle, because there is something for you! The Surf Lagoon is four foot high waves that will make you feel like you're right in the heart of the ocean, Blastaway Beach comes with it's own 6 story castle and two pools, not to mention over 160 interactive water elements (it's the largest family water play area in the entire state of Florida!) and of course that famous Lazy River.
You don't have to wonder anymore how to make your summer in Orlando that much COOLER - Wet N Wild Orlando of course! Now, let's go make a SPLASH!
How much does it cost?
- Children$52 (Ages 3 to 9)
- Free Under: 2 years
When can we go?
9:30am/10am open. Close between 5pm and 9pm.
All year round
There are a number of food outlets throughout the park to keep those tummies filled! There is a grill, pizza, ice cream, treats and even UNLIMITED BBQ!.
Any Top Tips?
You can rent towels and lockers for a small fee. Tubes are FREE!.
Doing our bit
They love keeping you safe, so they have height restrictions on some attractions so you know which ones are best for you!.
Need a little extra help?
If you have special needs, give speak to guest services when you arrive and they can help you with what's best for you. Wheelchairs are permitted. .
Can I get one of those?
There is a store where you can pick up swim wear, sun glasses, cameras, shirts and anything else you might need.
You can save extra money by buying a multi-park with Universal and Islands of Adventures.
What people are saying?
by Petr David
Great park. We've been there 3 times within the last couple of months. It was after the main season, so there were no lines at all. They allow coolers without any restrictions, so we had a nice picnick. We enjoy this park much more than Aquatica where our 3 year old son was not allowed on almost any rides. If you go in late September or October like us, I definitelly recommend it
by Jennifer Madrigal
This was the last place we went after an incredible birthday weekend trip with friends. And out of all the wonderful places and parks I went during the weekend this place was for lack of a better word....Bland. We arrived early and traffic was ridiculous; parking was overpriced. My friends and I had printed out tickets ahead of time in order to have a less wait time in line. well that was one good thing, I guess. Once inside we made the line to get a locker for our bags. We bought a family size locker and what a joke it was. We paid almost $18 for...Read More
by judy jasso
The rides were fun BUT, we had a horrible experience waiting in an incredibly long line for one ride. We noticed people start skipping us in groups of 2, giving the excuse that they are meeting their party further up ahead in the line, so of course everyone would let them by. When we looked down the stairs and realized they were a group of about 30 slowly coming up the stairs giving the same excuse to skip the line in groups of 2, I refused to let anybody pass me. I was pushed by one of them who yelled obscenities trying to force his way passed...Read More
We bought our tickets online and expected to beat the crowd. At guest services it took us 40 minutes to get our official entry tickets. The parking was pretty bad, there could be some kind of shading for that walk from Egypt. The ticket cost was reasonable but compared to Typhoon Lagoon and the experience that you get with it they could do better. Of course it rained and stormed and we weren't able to get a raincheck on our tickets... This place is so different from what I remember.
by Dook Ramotar
I would have to rate my adventures here my family so-so I had a miniscule amount of fun every time I been here..... I am not fond of the parking prices, shortage of activities for children under 4, the adults who are at the rides for kids more than them, and the scent of the atmosphere!
by Jennifer Madrigal
This was the last place we went after an incredible birthday weekend trip with friends. And out of all the wonderful places and parks I went during the weekend this place was for lack of a better word....Bland. We arrived early and traffic was ridiculous; parking was overpriced. My friends and I had printed out tickets ahead of time in order to have a less wait time in line. well that was one good thing, I guess. Once inside we made the line to get a locker for our bags. We bought a family size locker and what a joke it was. We paid almost $18 for a family locker which did not hold barley anything. We had to get creative with our stuff, you would think we were physicists or engineer trying to find the best solution to have the bags fit. After all that trouble we went out to explore the rides. I had forgotten to take my sunglasses off during our strategy in making our bags fit in the locker that in the end I decided not to go through it again and open the locker in case everything fell out again so I had to carry them to the rides. On the first ride my sunglasses fell in the pool, when I spoke to one of the staff to explain they said to go to customer services after the day ends and I should have my sunglasses back. Since they weren't going to go into the water to look for lost items at the time. In that case my friends and I went into other rides. I was not impressed....the lines were long, birds were pooping everywhere and the rides were not at all that thrilling. In the end I decided to just lay on the pool and relax. The best part of my day really. After my friends came in to join me we stayed till closing. I went to customer service and asked for my sunglasses I had described them thoroughly and the lady who attended me said that what I was describing to her were not the glasses she had from that section. So as an artist i drew my glasses for her. She had told me that those were the exact glasses she had but the color I told her was off.... she said they were red and I had told her they were brownish red....WTF! seriously!? it took 20 mins just to get my glasses and then leaving the park....what a mission! Overall it was alright some of the staff were joking around with my friends and I so not all of them were a pain so I can't say it was ALL that bad. I had an ok time. Definitely not the best though.
by judy jasso
The rides were fun BUT, we had a horrible experience waiting in an incredibly long line for one ride. We noticed people start skipping us in groups of 2, giving the excuse that they are meeting their party further up ahead in the line, so of course everyone would let them by. When we looked down the stairs and realized they were a group of about 30 slowly coming up the stairs giving the same excuse to skip the line in groups of 2, I refused to let anybody pass me. I was pushed by one of them who yelled obscenities trying to force his way passed me. When we got off the ride there was a group of other patrons already speaking to managers from the water park demanding the group be asked to leave the park. Most theme parks have no-tolerance policies for people that skip lines. On top of that, pushing someone is assault. Nothing was done. In my opinion, they could have cared less, the staff was also pretty incompetent. I could have had the same crappy experience where I live. Traveling 1000 miles for that experience was ridiculous.