The Wonder Remains in Orlando to Create Lasting Memories

Now is the time to enjoy Orlando’s outdoor fun, summertime adventures and big savings! Read on to see all the fun waiting for you and plan your escape now!

The wonder awaits in Orlando with lots of summertime excitement, over-the-top resorts and unforgettable outdoor adventures. Find open-air fun starting with our expansive theme parks and attractions, plus ample al fresco dining options. Stay and save with Orlando offers, including special Florida resident offers, and be sure to nab discount tickets.

Save on discount tickets: Orlando Theme Parks, Attractions & Experiences

Orlando is going above and beyond to help protect you and your family while you’re here, including enhanced safety and cleaning measures that meet CDC and state guidelines. Our water parks and theme parks are limiting capacity to allow for proper social distancing. (Masks are also required while in public places, but may not be worn on water rides or in wave pools.) In short, we’re committed to earning your trust from the moment you arrive and with each new adventure along the way.

Learn more: Healthy Travel & What's Open

Two couples enjoying drinks at the Epcot Food & Wine Festival
©Disney

If you’re dreaming of a summer getaway guaranteed to deliver the wonder, excitement and fun your family craves, no one does it better than Orlando’s world-famous theme parks and attractions with ample opportunities for memory-making adventures. Rejoice at all of our theme parks with summertime fun included with your park admission.

Take advantage of summer savings, plus limited capacity and effective social-distancing measures to help ensure safe family fun. (Please note that reservations are required for Walt Disney World Resort theme parks.)

Learn more: Orlando's Theme Parks Welcome You Back

Orlando’s Over-the-Top Resorts

You can dive into spring at our hotels and resorts, too! Whether you’re seeking a well-deserved staycation in a full-service resort or a budget-minded base of operations for your Orlando getaway, you’ll be glad to know that hotels and resorts for every preference and price point are open throughout Orlando. Our accommodations are also going above and beyond to protect your family’s health and safety with enhanced cleanliness programs that adhere to CDC guidelines. Plus, Florida residents can save up to 30% now at many of our hotels and resorts to make your visit more affordable than ever, and many accommodations have great deals for non-Florida residents, too.

Learn more: Over-the-Top Resort Pools

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JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes

To really get away during your getaway, we recommend full-service accommodations with exceptional service and enticing extras such as lush lazy rivers, full-fledged themed water playgrounds, secluded outdoor areas and more.

Check out this blog to discover awe-inspiring resorts in Orlando and their new safety measures, including Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World® Resort, Orlando World Center Marriott, Rosen Plaza and many others!

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Orlando’s Thrilling Water Parks

Orlando’s themed water parks offer an ocean of wonderfully wet experiences you won’t soon forget — including water slides galore, miles of lazy rivers, and some of the best wave pools in the country. Slather on the sunscreen, grab some cool sunglasses and a waterproof camera, and get ready to dive into the splashiest fun imaginable at incredible water parks throughout the destination!

A little girl coming out of a water slide and dropping down into a pool at Universal's Volcano Bay.
Universal’s Volcano Bay at Universal Orlando Resort

Universal’s Volcano Bay

From thrilling water slides to secluded waterfalls, Universal’s Volcano Bay at Universal Orlando Resort is a water theme park like no other. Split into four distinct areas anchored by the towering, 200-foot-tall Krakatau volcano, the park is a stunning testament to the Waturi philosophy: “Water Is Life and Life Is Joy.”

Disney’s Blizzard Beach® Water Park

Presented as a ski resort melting in the Florida sun, Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park at Walt Disney World Resort features ski slopes and toboggan runs that can be enjoyed as slushy, downhill waterslides, plus a chairlift that transports swimmers and sliders instead of skiers. But despite the wintery setting, the water’s always warm! Reservations are required.

Currently, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon® Water Park is closed.

A girl underwater touching a sea urchin as fish swim nearby at SeaVenture: Underwater Walking Tour in Discovery Cove
Discovery Cove®

Discovery Cove®

That cruise may have been canceled, but you can still visit paradise even without a passport at Discovery Cove, where your family can get close to bottlenose dolphins, snorkel through coral reefs or lounge about in your own private cabana with all-inclusive amenities, such as meals, snacks and beverages throughout the day. Reservations are required.

An aerial view of Riptide Race at Aquatica® Orlando.
Riptide Race at Aquatica® Orlando (©SeaWorld)

Aquatica® Orlando

Part of the SeaWorld® Orlando family, Aquatica Orlando combines lush beaches and wave pools, unique animal experiences with Commerson’s dolphins and an exotic fish grotto, and a playful personality. Reservations are required.

LEGOLAND® Florida Water Park

If you’re visiting Orlando with little ones, you can build a day of aquatic fun — literally — at LEGOLAND Florida Resort’s onsite water park, which is available as an add-on to regular park admission.

Island H2O Live!

Adjacent to Margaritaville Resort Orlando, the brand-new Island H2O Live! water park is the first of its kind in that it’s themed completely around social media. Streaming and posting your experience is all a part of the fun — simply sync up your wristband with their app and make some waves! The park offers more than 20 aquatic experiences, including exhilarating drop slides, a lazy river, a wave pool and even a children’s area to ensure fun for the whole family.

Orlando’s Outdoor Adventures

Orlando also offers a ton of unforgettable eco-friendly adventures — and there’s never been a better time to immerse yourself in our greater outdoors. Gear up for a wild time and get away from it all with kayaking, zip-lines, off-road adventures and more!

Learn more: Orlando Ecotourism

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Explore Crystal-Clear Water in Orlando

Aquatic Outdoor Adventures in Orlando

Orlando offers many opportunities for kayaking and canoeing, where you can experience tranquil, enchanting adventures on Central Florida’s pristine waterways and crystal-clear springs. Discover natural springs throughout the Orlando area.

Learn more: Orlando’s Natural Springs

A woman races high above on the Screamin' Gator Zip Line at Gatorland
Screamin’ Gator Zip Line at Gatorland

Zip Line Adventures in Orlando

For up-high excitement with incredible views, you can’t go wrong with a zip line! The Screamin’ Gator Zip Line at Gatorland will carry you over gators along 1,200 feet of high-flying adventure, at heights reaching 56 feet and speeds of nearly 30 mph. Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park and Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Garden’s Seminole Aerial Adventures also offer zip-lining opportunities for all ages. You can even go up — way up — at Wallaby Ranch Hang Gliding Flight Park.

While you’re enjoying Orlando’s refreshing water, gorgeous accommodations and wild outdoor fun, don’t lose sight of everything else there is to do while you’re here, including unforgettable attractions, strollable neighborhoods, the arts, dining, shopping and more. Explore it all during your next Orlando getaway!

Please note: Any public location where people are present provides an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19, and there is no guarantee that you will not be exposed during your visit. Additionally, Orange County requires the use of face masks in public places, with some exceptions. Social distancing is also strongly encouraged per CDC recommendations. Some images on the website do not reflect current versions of the experiences or updated operational or safety guidelines.

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