A giant floating water park is officially coming to Lake Nona next summer


  • Photo via Tavistock Development Co.
Yet another water park contender is entering the Orlando market.

After months of rumors, Tavistock Development Co., along with the water sports company WiBit Sports, have officially announced that their new inflatable water park is indeed coming to Lake Nona next summer, and it's called Nona Adventure Park.

The park, which will appropriately be located at Adventure Lake, will feature the world's first solar-powered wakeboard and water ski cable park with a 2,500-foot track for seasoned water sports enthusiasts, and a 300-foot track designed for beginners.
  • Photo via Tavistock Development Co.

The park will also have an inflatable aqua park with floating walkways and activities, and, on dry land, a 60-foot climbing tower obstacle course ― that includes three 50-foot climbing walls and a kids' ropes course.
  • Photo via Tavistock Development Co.
For spectators, there will also be a shop where you can rent and buy equipment and a cafe with a dry seating area. The park plans on using interactive wristbands for visitor check-ins and wait times.

Don't worry, you don't have to be a water sports pro to have a good time; the park is designed for all skill sets.

No ticket price information was announced, or an exact opening date.

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