|Slogan||Daytona Beach's Most Exciting Family Fun Center and Waterpark!|
|Location||Daytona Beach, Florida, U.S.|
|Operating season||Dry attractions are year-round 365 days per year and the waterpark is open from March to October.|
Daytona Lagoon is a waterpark and family entertainment center located in Daytona Beach, which is owned by a subsidiary of national amusement park operator United Parks. Daytona Lagoon is open year-round for its dry attractions, while its waterpark operates from March through September. The park consists of 12 rides and an 18-hole miniature golf course.
- 1 History
- 2 Rides/Attractions
- 2.1 Water Rides
- 2.2 Dry Attractions
- 3 Gallery
- 4 External links
- 5 References
According to the website, it opened in March 2005.
On August 20, 2016, the Volusia County Council approved a lease, enabling a United Parks subsidiary to purchase Daytona Lagoon from DBWP, LLC. The acquisition closed on October 19, 2015. In acquiring Daytona Lagoon, the company pledged to invest more than $2 million over two years to upgrade the waterpark with an overall facelift, new attractions, a broader food selection, and improved amenities.
Blackbeard's Revenge is a dark-tunnel slide ride in an inflatable 3-person boat. This is a 1 to 3 person ride.
Poseidon's Pass is a slide ride much like Blackbeard's Revenge, but has three tunnels: The Canyon, The Cave, and The Cavern. These rides require single or double tubes as a vehicle.
Speed through 2 sloping slaloms and splash down into a cool pool of water. (Height requirement:42")
Pelican's Drift (Lazy River)
Much like a lazy river, this river goes around the Castaway Bay.
A large themed play structure with 4 slides for the children. Water shooting nozzles, climbing nets and a bucket that has the Daytona Lagoon logo that dumps 1,000 gallons of water every 2 minutes.
Treasure Lagoon wave pool
500,000 gallons of water that goes into a wave every couple of minutes.
A new ProRacer series speed slide where you can get on a slippery mat and race on one of four lanes of the 55-foot (17 m) tower to the bottom. [Height requirement: 42 inches (1,100 mm)]
Grand Prix Go-Kart Raceway
Daytona Lagoon has one multi-level go-kart track. The track has a unique design with it starting on the second floor of the facility overlooking the park's two 9-hole miniature golf courses. Go-kart drivers must be 56 inches (1,400 mm) tall. Double-seat drivers must have a valid driver's license (non-restricted) to drive a double-seater. Double-seat passenger must be at least 36 inches (910 mm) tall to ride.
18 Holes of Mini-Golf
Two 9-hole miniature golf intertwine with Grand Prix Go-Kart Raceway and the waterpark. This park once had three 9-hole miniature golf courses but one was removed in early 2010 to make space for an arcade expansion that included more arcade games and indoor bowling lanes.
Lazer Runner Lazer Tag
See lazer tag.
A 25-foot-tall (7.6 m) rock wall with timer.
The park has a large arcade that houses over 130 arcade games, prize vending games, ticket redemption games, the Rock Wall and entrance to Laser Tag.
Main Entrance to Daytona Lagoon as viewed from the Ocean Center
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Daytona Lagoon.|
- "Volusia County Approves Sale of Daytona Lagoon to United Parks". Business Wire. August 25, 2015.
- "Activity and Ride". Daytona Lagoon. Retrieved June 19, 2017.
- "Home". Daytona Lagoon. Retrieved June 22, 2017.
- Matt Mauney (March 3, 2016). "Daytona Lagoon receiving much-needed face lift". Orlando Sentinel.
- "United Parks to Unveil Vision for Daytona Lagoon Revitalization to Volusia County Council at March 3 Meeting". Business Wire. March 1, 2016.