Wet 'n Wild Orlando
Experience an explosion of pulsating lights, dynamic effects and cosmic energy on The Black Hole: The Next Generation, as your two-person hydra capsule blasts off to new out-of-this-world thrills! Encounter a splashing dose of group therapy on Brain Wash, or boogie down on the retro raft adventure - Disco H2O. Take a relaxing journey into Florida's past through breathtaking waterfalls on the Lazy River, or get soaked down a ruptured pipeline on The Blast.
Children love the Kids' Park, featuring smaller versions of the park's most popular adult rides. Soak up the sun by the Surf Lagoon wave pool or challenge yourself to the ultimate "free-fall" on the Bomb Bay.
Open year-round, with pools heated seasonally, Wet 'n Wild is the perfect place for your entire family to relax, have fun, and soak up the warm Florida sun!
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Wet 'n Wild Orlando
- January 1 to March 23: 10am - 5pm
- March 24 to March 30: 10am - 6pm
- March 31 to April 14: 9:30am - 7pm
- April 15 to May 18: 10am - 5pm
- May 19: 10am - 7pm
- May 20 to May 25: 10am - 5pm
- May 16 to June 7: 10am - 6pm
- June 8: 9:30am - 9pm
- June 9: 9:30am - 7pm
- June 10 to August 18: 9:30am - 9:00pm
- August 19 to September 3: 10am - 6pm
- September 4 to December 31: 10am - 5pm
Please Note: Park hours may change without notice.
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Single Day Admission
Ticket valid for 1 calendar day
Length of Stay Pass
Ticket valid for 14 consecutive days from time of first use
Length of Stay w/ Meal Combo
Ticket valid for 14 consecutive days from time of first use plus Meal Combo Ticket (valid for one meal)
Wet 'n Wild Orlando
- Entrance fees
- Life vest rental
- Local taxes
- Food and drinks
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Rental of lockers, tubes and towels
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Minimum height on some rides is 48 inches
- The meal combo option includes a meal coupon with your choice of one hot dog, hamburger or personal size pizza with chips, soft drink and dessert. Meal coupon is redeemable at Main Snack Bar or Manny’s Pizza Building
Aqua Drag Racer
Take your place at the starting line and prepare for a turbo-charged adrenaline rush the whole family can share. The all-new Aqua Drag Racer is a four-lane race where you’ll go head-to-head as you accelerate head first down 350 feet of wickedly twisting track. The race begins 65 feet (almost 20 meters) above the ground for a full throttle plunge at screaming speeds and ends with a splash in the landing pool below. From the first downhill burst, you’ll know you’ve unleashed a whole new breed of speed. This is the tallest and fastest ride of its kind in Florida!
Wet 'n Wild Orlando kicks off the summer with the grand opening of a new family water playground, Blastaway Beach™. What says fun better than a sandcastle? How about a sandcastle that towers 60-feet (18.3 meters) over 15 slides, two splash pools and more than a 160 soakers, water jets, cannons and waterfalls. Our new Kids’ Park has so much going on, it spills over a full acre, the largest of its kind in Florida! Here, there’s no limit to family fun.
The Black Hole: The Next Generation
A Wet 'n Wild classic just got better, as your two-person hydra capsule blasts off into a mysterious void featuring pulsating light, dynamic effects and cosmic energy.
Hypnotizing water thrills await as you and your friends encounter a splashing dose of group therapy on this unique water ride. Lose your grip on reality, but not your grip on the 2 or 4-person tube, as you climb the walls on the six-story extreme tube ride with a 53-foot vertical drop into the 65-foot domed funnel. It's mind blowing!
Prepare for a trip to the funky 1970's. Board a four-passenger tube down an enclosed flume toward a watery disco nightclub - complete with lights, disco balls, and, of course, those groovy hits of the seventies.
Escape to Florida's past on the Lazy River. Replicas of old Florida boat docks, rustic billboards and enchanting waterfalls give this long-time favorite a dramatic transformation.
A raging ride down a ruptured pipeline that will soak you to the core!
Kids love the elaborate Kids' Park featuring a gigantic bucket that periodically fills with water and splashes into the pool below.
Reach maximum speed as you drop from an elevated chute into a giant open bowl where you spin in circles to a splash landing!
A four-passenger, in-line toboggan adventure ride through 450-feet of thrilling, banked curves!
Enter a bomb-like capsule and feel the floor drop from beneath you as you take a heart-stopping plunge down a 76-foot high, nearly vertical slide.
This six-story speed slide lets you "free fall" down a 250-foot slide, then glide to a stop along a 115-foot water runway.
Choose from three different flumes totaling 1,700 feet that twist and turn over different thrill courses ending in an abrupt splash.
Experience this exhilarating, multi-passenger tube ride down five stories through almost 600 feet of twisting, turning, banked curves!
A six-story, triple-dip slide with a tube big enough for the entire family!
Four-foot high waves roll across this 17,000 square foot wave pool which features a waterfall that splashes off the back wall.
A cable-operated ski lets you kneeboard like a pro around a half-mile long lake. Open May through September, noon to dusk. Nominal fee. Helmet required.
The Wild One
Two people are simultaneously towed around the lake on big, bouncy tubes for one "wild" ride. Nominal fee. Open May through September, noon to dusk.
One of the fastest growing water sports is now at Wet 'n Wild! Beginners to experts can show off their techniques on the WakeZone cableway. Open May through September, noon to dusk. Nominal fee. Helmet required.
Reviewed by: jill p, September 2014
Well worth it, amazing park fun for all ages, we always had something to do, look forward to going back
Reviewed by: World Traveler, USA, February 2012