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Adventure Island - Eating at Adventure Island


Adventure Island’s rules on bringing food into the park are less restrictive than those at Aquatica, but the amount you can bring in is limited. Coolers coming into the park must be no larger than 16 quarts and no bigger than 15 inches long or wide — and they check at the gate. No glass containers or alcoholic beverages, of course. If you can get by with those restrictions, there are some nice places to picnic in the park. If you want a more elaborate picnic, you’ll have to use the Picnic Pavilion outside the park. To reach it, turn to the left as you exit the park and follow the sidewalk.

For those who don’t want to pack their own lunch, there are two casual eateries in the park. There are also a number of small stands offering sweet snacks and cooling soft beverages. Some even serve beer.

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