Florida Water Parks

Travel information about the water parks of Florida

Take a splash in some the country’s best loved water parks where fun for all the family includes everything from thrill rides and mad plunges for the sensation seeking teens, to magical water filled kingdoms for the tiny tots.


Big Kahuna’s Water and Adventure Park

With more than 40 Water attractions and an Adventure Park, Big Kahuna’s offers something for every member of the family. The Water Park features dozens of slides, quiet pools, and the biggest man made waterfall in the world!

Sam’s Fun City

This small amusement park, mostly geared to younger children, with miniature golf, bumper boats and go-kart tracks and a 45-foot Ferris Wheel, includes a waterpark,

Shipwreck Island

Panama City Beach
Shipwreck Island is Panama City Beach Florida’s only waterpark and is a great value for thrill seekers, families and kids with a wide variety of attractions including thrill rides like the Pirates Plunge and the Tree Top Drop, family rides like the Lazy River and the Zoom Flume, and features for “tadpoles” all set in stunning tropical landscaping.


Shipwreck Island Waterpark at Adventure Landing

Jacksonville Beach
Adventure Landing’s showcase attraction, Shipwreck Island Waterpark features The Pirate’s Play Village, a three-story, interactive water play area, several water rides including The Rage, an uphill water-coaster (the first of its kind in Northern Florida), a 500,000-gallon wave pool with 3-4 foot waves, and the 720-foot river meandering at a relaxing 5 miles per hour allowing riders to view much of the action happening at Shipwreck Island.


Adventure Island

Adventure Island’s 30 acres of water-drenched fun in the sun features the ultimate combination of high-speed thrills and tropical, tranquil surroundings for guests of all ages. Within a soothing Key West atmosphere awaits an unrivaled blend of slides, corkscrews, water falls, a wave pool, children’s water playground and other family attractions such as outdoor cafes, picnic and sunbathing areas, gift shops, and a championship white-sand volleyball complex.


Discovery Cove

SeaWorld Orlando’s sister attraction where the emphasis is on personal, interactive experiences with marine creatures rather than high-velocity water thrills.

Walt Disney World® Resort

Orlando / Lake Buena Vista
Watery thrills await guests at the winter wonderland-themed Blizzard Beach water park and tropical-fun Typhoon Lagoon. Walt Disney World guests plunge down Summit Plummet at speeds up to 55 mph. The 120-foot-tall Summit Plummet is the fastest, tallest, free-fall speed slide in the world. Or catch a wave at Typhoon Lagoon water park with waves every 90 seconds ranging from three to six feet. Professional surfers will teach guests how to cut, carve and “hang 10” during clinics prior to park opening on select days.

Weeki Wachee Springs / Buccaneer Bay

Weeki Wachee Springs
A favorite American attractions for nearly 60 years, Weeki Wachee Springs, the only home of live mermaids offers a number of attractions including a children’s water play area, slides, animal shows, riverboat rides and SCUBA experiences.

Wet ‘n Wild – Orlando

Voted by Amusement Business magazine as America’s number one water park, Wet ‘n Wild -Orlando features a full-day of fun for the entire family. Also honored by Aquatic’s International as the first true water park, Wet ‘n Wild’s world-class signature thrill rides and quality service offer something for fun-lovers of all ages. The latest addition is a groovy new multi-million dollar attraction showcasing the 1970’s disco nightlife. It’s a little bit of funk, a little bit of soul, and a whole lot of water. It’s the Disco H2O™, baby!

Wild Waters Water Park

Ocala/ Silver Springs
Located adjacent to the lush grounds and natural beauty of Silver Springs, near Ocala, Florida, Wild Waters features several rides and attractions for all ages, from tiny tots to teens.


Daytona Lagoon

Daytona Beach
Attractions include Daytona BeachInteractive kids’ water play area, wave pool, tube slides, body slides, speed slides, and lazy river. Daytona Lagoon is conveniently located in the heart of Daytona Beach at Oceanwalk Village right next to the Convention Center and numerous hotels and resorts.


Sun Splash Water Park

Cape Coral
Referred to as the “Way-2-Cool” in Southwest Florida, Sun Splash Family Waterpark has everything from a family pool to a water flume, drop slides, lily pads, main stream river tube ride, a tot s[pot and the new The Electric Slide that drops five stories, twisting and turning for 457 feet, sending riders on a 27-second plunge into its own pool.


Coconut Cove Waterpark

Boca Raton
5-acre waterpark with two four-story water slides, a 1000-foot Meandering River ride and children’s interactive waterplay structure as well as a shallow walk pool.

Rapids Water Park

West Palm Beach
A popular attraction in South Florida for over 26 years, the Rapids features a full day of fun for the entire family whether you make a splash in the cool blue waves, take a thrilling ride down any of our 17 water slides, or just float around the lazy river. Rapids Water Park has 22 acres of action packed attractions, with something fun for everyone.

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