For the Universal Orlando Resort, the issue of space is always at the forefront, and one of the greatest unused spaces is that of the giant lagoon that sits in the middle of Islands of Adventure.
Currently this space is not used for anything other than being a body of water - there is no nighttime show like the one that takes place in the water over at the sister park, which I am guessing is because the parks are so close that nighttime shows would complete with one another.
So that leaves the question of what else could be done there. Is it possible that new experiences could be placed over the water? Would they ever fill in the lake in whole or in part(going against the whole "Islands" theme)? Another consideration is the time it takes to walk all the way around the lake when you're trying to get somewhere. Maybe it's high time that walkways were placed above the water?
In an equivalent setting, Disney would place a castle there or some other feature to draw guests into the center of the park. So I am curious what other people think! I doubt there's any plan in the works for it right now, but at some point this has to be a consideration.Tweet
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