The LEGOLAND Florida water park delivers gallons of H20-fun for kids with a generous sprinkling of colorful LEGO bricks throughout. You’ll find the water park behind LEGOLAND proper’s Flying School airplane ride. At the waterpark’s entrance you’ll find everything parents need to make a hot day in the pool fantastic: lockers, bathrooms, the Surf Shop for bathingsuits, sunblock and so forth and the Brick & Grill for cranky tummies.
The water park itself is not the biggest, as far as traditional water parks go, but the squeaky clean environment and rides built for our planet’s youngest set more than make up for the size. Mainly, the LEGOLAND Florida water park is designed for the toddler-to-elementary crowd who prefer their water paired with gravity, though daredevils will be excited to find three water slides with a 60-foot drop, and two that speed 375-feet down and around. Kids must be 48 inches to ride these.
The under-6 crowd will love the gentle water slide and play pool made just for them. Everyone will love the Joker Soaker, which is a massive water playground with water shooting out of every crevice and a 300 gallon tipping bucket. The water park’s centerpiece is a large wave pool with a walk-in beach entrance and gentle rolling waves. Sitting near the wave pool are play tables combining water and LEGO bricks. Fronting the wave pool are row upon row of chaise lounges and beach chairs. And you’ll be thrilled to know that all these chairs sit under more than a dozen enormous umbrellas.
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