Great pictures Adam, Aquatica is a great water park. I have always loved the entrance to that park the multiple levels between the entrance path, Dolphin Plunge, the commerson's tank, and the lazy river make that are so dynamic. Omaka Rocka always looked like a weird slide, I haven't been back since it opened but I have a feeling when I do I'm going to think it is kinda lame.
I wonder why the park switched up the menu on the all you can eat buffet. Will there be less food waste with the pizza and pasta which can be left out under a heat lamp with minimal downgrade in taste compared with burgers?
Beautiful park! Looks like a FL trip is in fact in my future.
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chadster wrote:Cute girls in Bikinis - check Water Slide that shoots through animals swimming - check Coke - check
Pretty much meets all my criteria, definitely gonna check this baby out sometime.
I've been there a couple times this year, the clientele is FAR from "cute girls in bikinis."
However, it's a beautiful water park and despite it being VERY crowded one of the days I went, waits usually aren't that bad. Lots of fun slides, too, although I wish they had a little more to do there. I can go there and do everything I want to do in an hour or two and be done (kinda like SWO).
Skycoastin Steve wrote: I can go there and do everything I want to do in an hour or two and be done (kinda like SWO).
That's kind of my problem with all of the water parks in Orlando except Wet n Wild, I feel like when it's not crowded I can do everything I want several times in just a few hours. Wet n Wild is probably the "worse" water park in Orlando all around but i think they have by far the best slide selection and better pricing so I end up there more often than any of the others.
Comparing Aquatica, Blizzard Beach, and Typhoon Lagoon my favorite tends to be whichever I visited most recently, they're all really good.
I don't plan to visit Aquatica while I'm down here in Orlando because it looks like a slightly enhanced version of any old "Tropical" waterpark. Whereas I do plan to visit Wet-N-Wild because it has a whole host of badass slides! And they're even themed!
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