Both Adventure Island Water Park near Busch Gardens and Legoland Florida Water Park are now open for the season. Legoland Florida’s Water Park has added twice as many Lego bricks and more (below) since its debut last year. Adventure Island offers guests a chance to relax in a tropical Key West setting.
Adventure Island features thrilling slides and tube rides and gives guests a chance to kick back on the beach or in the 17,000-square-foot wave pool, play on professional sand volleyball courts, breeze through the tropical gift shop or let the current sweep them through a half-mile of lush landscapes and tropical waterfalls on the Rambling Bayou. In addition to its newest features, the Legoland Water Park is home to the Duplo Splash Safari with toddler-sized slides and a zero-depth wading pool, the Joker Soaker water playground, imagination stations and five water slides.
The new features at the Legoland Water Park include:
- Build-A-Raft River Entrance: A new brightly-colored Lego entrance now greets guests as they enter the 1,000-foot lazy river experience where families can test their creativity by building their own Lego rafts.
- Lego Moby Dick: While floating along the Build-A-Raft River, families will see Moby Dick, a ferocious whale made famous in American literature. Lego Moby Dick is made of 200,879 Lego Duplo bricks.
- Lego Wave Pool: The 583,000-gallon wave pool is now decked-out with cascading blue waves with two new Lego models including the Lego Shark and Lego Scuba Diver.
- Lego Mermaid: The entrance of the Legoland Water Park now provides an exhibit of intermittent water spouts and playful bubbles that burst from a Lego Mermaid standing 15 feet tall. The Lego Mermaid is made of 176,210 bricks.
- Waveside Grill: A new dining option can be found near the Lego Wave Pool serving up hot dogs and more.