Choose Between Two Options
- $35 for admission for one ($44.87 value)
Admission covers unlimited rides on every attraction except the Skycoaster and the Gatorspot. Arcade play, snacks, and drinks are also not included. Please visit website for hours of operation.
- $39 for admission for one, plus entry to Gator Spot ($50.87 value)
In addition to all the attractions listed above, this option also includes admission to the newly-opened Gator Spot at the Orlando park. Visitors can see enclosures filled with gators of a variety of sizes, from average–sized 5-6–foot gators to the two largest gators Harvey and Lois—along with a variety of other Florida wildlife like birds and lizards. They can do more than just look at them though; guests also have the opportunity to feed the large reptiles.
Both options are valid for admission at a choice of the Orlando or the Kissimmee park—though Gator Spot is only at the Orlando location. Admission is free for non-riders. Parking and wifi are free. Persons under 54” in height receive a $10 in-park free credit.
Fun Spot America
Fun Spot America's family-friendly theme parks has the charm of a small-town carnival, but the colorful adventure never packs up and leaves. Although there are activities for kids, such as miniature tea cups, a fun slide, and an arcade, where Fun Spot really makes its name is with its thrilling ride for adults. White Lightning, Orlando's only wooden roller coaster, offers 10 moments of air time over it's 2,000-foot track, sending riders down 75-foot drops, around a track filled with twists and turns, and around 90-degree banking turn before pulling back into the loading station. Check out the Freedom Flyer at the Orlando location, which features a new virtual reality experience to the coaster.
Speedsters can also head over to a series of Go-Kart tracks that keep riders pushing pedals through banked bowls and hairpin curves on a multilevel track. The park rounds out its attractions list with bumper cars, Enterprise, a Tilt-a-Whirl, and Rip Curl.
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