Wet 'n Wild Orlando
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Universal Studios Water Park; considered the first water park in the country, Wet 'n Wild offers some of the most iconic and imaginative water rides, race-slides, as well as kids-parks and splash areas.
A wonderful day out ... soak up the sun, go on the water-rides, relax on the Lazy River. Amazing! Wet 'n' Wild is on International Drive, and is approximately 30 minutes away by car.
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