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Guests staying on International Drive without transportation can easily access the park using the I-Ride Trolley , which runs up and down I-Drive and costs just 75 cents.

Don't forget to bring water proof sun protection.


Wet 'n' Wild is the world's oldest yet it's still most popular water park. 

There are rides for kids of all ages from the very young to the older seekers of white-knuckle thrills.

This year sees the debut of The Blast, Wet 'n' Wild's raging new tube ride that will soak you to the core! Blasting water thrills, colorful icons, and fun sound effects stimulate the rider's senses on this unpredictable journey through twists and turns that leads up to a final waterfall plunge.

The compact layout of the Wet 'n' Wild park means you can spend less time walking between rides and more time having fun.

You can buy food on-site or bring your own to eat in the park's picnic area. Florida stores are goldmines for picnic type food and many opt for the latter option.

Heated water in all of it's pools and rides means Wet 'n Wild is the only non-Disney water park to be open all year round.

Lockers, inner tubes and towels can all be rented at the park while life use of a life vest is free.

Opening hours vary from 9.00am-9.00pm during the height of the season to 10.00am-5.00pm off-season.

On International Drive at Universal Boulevard, off I-4 at Exit 75A.

Ticket Options for Wet-n-Wild
1 Day Admission
One day of fun in the sun at Orlando's No. 1 Water Park! Water slides galore!

See Also: Orlando FlexTicket

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