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Visiting the Daytona Lagoon Water Park & Entertainment Center

Daytona Lagoon Daytona Beach Water Park

Visiting Daytona Beach, Florida and looking for something fun to do with the whole family? If it’s your first time in the area, you’ll want to make time to visit Daytona Lagoon Water Park & Entertainment Center. This exceptional family entertainment center has rides, activities and slides for all ages, including a huge, mega arcade for the whole family.

Come with your friends or family and challenge them to a game of skill, racing, shooting or dancing. The arcade is a great place to start off your day, as it has over 70 games, including classics like Skee-Ball and air hockey.

Other dry activities include 18 holes of miniature golf, state-of-the-art laser tag, island hopper, a climbing rock wall, single and double go-karts, 70-foot Sky Rail zipline, as well as a sky maze. Once you’ve had your fill of electronic fun (and perhaps a lunch break), you’ll want to ensure you make time to spend a few hours in the water park. With a dozen water rides, a huge wave pool, as well as a lazy river, hours can go by in the blink of an eye. From relaxing to intense, rides include Treasure Lagoon, Kraken’s Conquest, Poseidon’s Pass, Blackbeard’s Revenge, and Adventure Mountain. The Activity Center is a great spot for all ages, as it has plenty of smaller slides, water features, and more.

Kraken’s Conquest is one of the most popular slides at the park. Exciting and competitive, and it’s a fast-paced 4-lane racer slide that’s great for competing against your friends. With Gilligan’s Sport Pub open most of the day, there’s always a chance to take a break from the action to grab a snack, lunch, or dinner.

Birthday parties and group events are very common at Lagoon. There will be room for the whole family (and then some). The park uses nearly a million gallons of rushing water, and the non-stop action can be quite exhilarating.

Another popular ride is the 62-foot dark-tunnel slide called Blackbeard’s Revenge. This is a one to three person ride, on an inflatable tube. Trying to cool off and relax instead? Pelican’s Drift is where you want to be. This lazy river winds around the Castaway Bay, and makes a nice break from all the action. The water park is open from mid-March to Labor Day. Most other attractions are open year-round. It’s a good idea to call ahead to confirm admission pricing and the daily park schedule, so you don’t miss out one what you’re looking forward to experiencing.

Daytona Lagoon Waterpark & Entertainment Center is located at 601 Earl Street Daytona Beach, FL 32118. You can reach them by phone at (386) 254-5020 or visit their website today.

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