Florida Attractions




Florida attractions are listed below in alphabetical order.


Sun-N-Fun Lagoon

Sun-N-Fun Lagoon is a small water park located within the North Collier Regional Park in Naples. Features include a lap pool, community pool, lazy river and three-story tower with three slides. Kids can enjoy the “Tadpool” and “Turtle Cove” interactive water playgrounds.

For more information on this Florida water park, please contact:

Sun-N-Fun Lagoon
15000 Livingston Road
Naples, FL 34109
239-254-4000
http://www.colliergov.net/Index.aspx?page=358



The Track Family Recreation Center

The Track Family Recreation Center is a small amusement park located in Destin. It is open year-round and includes an arcade, Go-Karts, bumper boats, and a miniature golf course. Thrill rides include bungee jumping and the “Sky Diver” thrill ride. The park also includes the Kids Country area that features six carnival rides and a miniature Go-Kart track.

For more information on this Florida theme park, please contact:

The Track Family Recreation Center
1125 Hwy 95 East
Destin, FL 32541
850-654-4668
www.destintrack.com



Typhoon Lagoon

Typhoon Lagoon is one of two Disney water parks and is located in the Walt Disney World complex between the Caribbean Beach Resort and Downtown Disney. This 56 acre water park has a tropical island setting with a well-executed shipwreck theme and gets hit by a typhoon every thirty minutes.

The centerpiece of Typhoon Lagoon water park is the 100-foot “Mount Mayday” where five of the parks nine waterslides originate. The popular “Humunga Kowabunga” features three enclosed speed slides which drop guests down the mountain through rocky caverns at speeds up to 30 mph.

Also located on “Mount Mayday” are the“Storm Slides” featuring three curving body slides, the “Gang Plank Falls” raft ride and the “Keelhaul Falls’ and “Mayday Falls” tube rides.

This Florida water park is also home to “Surf Pool”, one of the world’s largest wave pools, where guests can sign up for 2-hour surfing classes before or after hours.

Mini-slides, geysers, bubbling fountains, three interactive water boats and a pint-sized white-water rafting attraction cater to young children and families in “Ketchakiddee Creek”. Guests can also relax on the shores of Typhoon Lagoon at the “Sandy White Beach” or slowly drift around the perimeter of this Florida water park on “Castaway Creek”.

The dramatic “Shark Reef” is a massive 362,000-gallon saltwater pool and manmade coral reef. It is a swim-through attraction where guests can snorkel among a variety of exotic marine life from schools of tropical fish to small sharks.

Parking is available at all Disney Theme Parks for an additional fee. Once the parking fee is paid for one park, it is good for all the other parks for that entire day. Annual Pass Holders and Disney Resort Guests receive complimentary parking.

For more information on this Florida water park, please contact:

Disney's Typhoon Lagoon
675 N Buena Vista Drive
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
407-WDW-MAGIC
www.disneyworld.com








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