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Kissimmee's Island H2O Water Park Now Open For The 2022 Season

Updated: Mar 13, 2022

Island H2O Water Park in Kissimmee is now open for the 2022 season, just in time for Spring Break!

The water park is located next to Margaritaville Resort Orlando! Island H20 features more than 20 experiences, including several exhilarating drop slides, a lazy river, a wave pool, a children’s area to ensure fun for the whole.

Island H2O combines refreshing family fun with cutting-edge technology to provide guests with a unique, immersive and interactive experience.

Take a journey on a lazy river, float in a wave pool, splash in an area for kids, play together in an interactive splash zone, challenge body and tube slides, compete on racing slides, take a spin on giant raft rides, and relax in the adult pool or a private cabana.

Riders customize their ride experience by selecting music and lighting for a number of attractions using a state-of-the-art wristband system. Selfie stations, video booths and on-ride photos capture images and video to share on social media.

Island H2O is completely interactive, with games and experiences that let you earn points to use toward food and merchandise discounts.

The park also offers a choice of comfortable cabanas. Choose from three luxury cabana options, Standard, Cabana Suite, and Adult.

Team members provide full service to cabana guests. Enjoy everything from a tasty frozen beverage to an entire meal in your cabana.

Cabanas include a mini-fridge with with 4 bottles of water, a safe, charging station, a table, chairs, and chaise loungers.

Commenting ahead of this year's opening, Island H20 general manager Kim Kuanu said “Even with the challenges the pandemic presented, last year was our best year yet,”

“We know the quality family time and unforgettable experiences are more important that ever, so we look forward to an even better year helping to create special memories for our guests and their families.”

Health and safety remain the parks top priority, hand sanitizing stations can be found throughout the park, along with signs encouraging guests and employees to wash their hands frequently, and cover their coughs and sneezes.

All of the park’s water goes through a UV light and filtration process, assuring a clean, health-conscious experience.

Tickets are priced at $64.99 per adult, $54.99 for seniors ages 62 and up and children ages three and up, and Season Passes are $79.99 per person.

Online ticket purchase in advance of a visit is highly encouraged, as are cashless payments while in the park. Visitors can save $5 per ticket by purchasing in advance.


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