Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for an indoor water-park and theme-park visit for two (a $59.98 value)
- $50 for an indoor water-park and theme-park visit for four (a $119.96 value)
Inside the Medusa indoor water park, visitors plunge through the darkness in four tube water slides or float along on a lazy river past tropical plants, Mayan masks, and decorative ruins. They can cross water-bound platforms using a rope cargo net, or method-act as pirates in Hispaniola Bay—a 35-foot pirate-ship playground with five slides and water-spouting cannons. At the Parthenon indoor theme park, guests navigate a winding go-kart track, twist through sudden dips and spins on a 44-foot-tall rollercoaster, and cavort in a space-themed climbing structure and ball pit.
Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park
Packs of go-kart racers keep pace as they round an uphill turn, and dart through the stomach of a giant Trojan horse. They drive past Greek ruins and navigate ramps up to elevated tracks—or head under the water of a manmade pond. Riders soar past these scenes pulled straight from Greek and Roman mythology on many of Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park's eight go-kart tracks. Alongside other themed attractions, the racetracks sprawl across the 200-acre year-round resort's four areas: an indoor and outdoors theme park, and an indoor and outdoors water park.
In the outdoor Zeus theme park, screams and laughter echo around the turns of four wooden roller coasters and seven themed go-kart tracks. At the Parthenon indoor theme park, a wild mouse roller coaster pulls passengers through dips and spins, while smaller children learn the basics of government cover-ups in an extraterrestrial-themed ball pit.
The Medusa indoor water park and Neptune outdoor water park contain 44 waterslides that send riders down dark tubes and steep inclines, or spinning around a giant funnel. Indoors, a tubing river runs past decorative Mayan ruins, and a beached pirate ship houses tunnels and waterspouts. Outside, visitors navigate a six-story semi-aquatic fortress, and ride currents in a surf pool. Visitors who can’t soak in all of these park attractions can find overnight lodging in more than 20 resort buildings and a Roman-themed hotel.