Orlando theme parks are stooping to a new low. Well in terms of age groups, that is.
In addition to the new water park due to open at Legoland this summer, Wet’n Wild will be trotting out a giant water playground, its first new attraction in four years.
Spanning an acre, the playground has a sand castle theme and is geared toward a family experience. It replaces Wet ‘n Wild’s current kids’ park, and according to officials, it will be the largest of its kind in Florida, adding:
The new interactive water playground will span more than 60 feet in height, expand across two pools (two levels: upper & lower) and have moire than 85,000 of water for guests to enjoy. The sandcastle playground itself will encompass more than 15,000 square feet, and will feature 17 slides and over 160 soakers, jets,waterfalls and water cannons.
In addition to the new attractions at Legoland and Wet ‘n Wild, Walt Disney World is expanding its Fantasyland section, SeaWorld is promoting a “Just for Kids” festival, and Universal Studios has announced plans for a new parade.
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