Best time to visit Wet N Wild
Wondering when the best time to visit wet n wild is if at all
Im going to Orlando with our 4 kids for 2 weeks at the end of July and am going to be getting the Flex ticket. I have been hearing mixed reviews about wet n wild especially when it comes to the lines. Does anybody know when the best time to visit the park is? Early morning, night, never?
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From Don Neal
Posted March 29, 2011 at 12:01 PM
I have gone several times over the years. Some parts are great, others not so much. Crowds can get high. I have had the best luck first thing in the morning. Gets crazier like any park as the day goes on but especially at the hottest parts of the day. But overall it seems to rank well below Aquatica and the Disney waterparks so it doesn't get much love.
The last time I went to wet and wild I ended up flashing everyone after falling down the "toilet bowl" type ride. Ha, memories. At least the life guard was hot...
Anyway, we went either the last week of may first of June. Waits were at most 45 minutes. We got on everything that had a long line during lunch time and got through quickly. Thats about the only "advise" I have for that park.... other than wear a 1 piece unless you dare flash someone.
Terri, I've been fortunate enough to see that fate befall several young ladies (and one not so young..*shudder*.) in my waterpark days. And trust me..if the forces, size, and angle are right, it won't matter if the lady in question is wearing a one-piece, bikini, or a bleeping PARKA!!! :))
HAHAH! Good to know. I'm not a huge fan of water parks and my brothers talked me into going with them.... Thats what they get I guess... Because I dont know if I mentioned but I also flashed my brothers. Bahaha. I dont think I was as much humiliated as hysterically laughing.
Terri, I still sorta like waterparks, but my weight is not conducive to climbing the stairs and/or hills to the top of the slides. It takes too much out of me. Now, when I DO hit a waterpark, I might do a coupla slides, but mostly will float the lazy river or frolic (did I actually just use that word?) in the wave pool.
To the original poster, I only went to W&W once, and that had to be at least 15 years ago...so I really don't know what it's like. The only other waterpark I've been to in Florida was Typhoon Lagoon, around the same time, which I liked much better.
Thanks for the info, I now know to go early in the morning to avoid the crowds and to stand at the top of some toilet bowl waterslide for a free show :) HAHA
Nono stand at the BOTTOM where they come out!
Terri said, "...where they come out!"
Aren't double meanings FUN???!!!
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