For summer 2017 Universal debuted Orlando's most elaborate water park.
This water theme park is one of three parks at the Universal Orlando Resort in Florida. Volcano Bay is themed around a 200-foot tall man-made volcano named Krakatau. Inside this enormous themed structure are three drop slides, including the 125-foot tall Ko'okiri Body Plunge, the world's tallest body slide in North America and the first to travel through a pool full of park visitors. Krakatau also houses Kala & Ta Nui Serpentine Body Slides that are intertwined with the Krakatau Aqua Coaster.
The park's lineup of attractions also includes two wave pools – Waturi Beach and The Reef – the latter designed to be calmer with fewer waves. River Village features attractions for families and younger guests, including the Kopiko Wai Winding River, a gentle flowing lazy river that passes through the volcano. For toddlers the Tot Tiki Reef is a water play area and for older children the Runamukka Reef is a three-story tall water fortress with interactive features and small body slides.
Volcano Bay has a large collection of water slides of all kinds, shapes, and sizes. Honu, Maku and Puihi are multi-passenger raft slides. Punga Racers is a four-lane racing mat slide with mats that resemble a manta ray. Taniwha Tubes are four single or double rider tube slides.
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May 25, 2017
Reopened June 6, 2020. Open daily, year-round. Operating hours vary by season. Pools and slides are heated in the winter months.
Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.
2020 Admission Rates
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There is no parking at Volcano Bay. Guests must park in the Universal Orlando Resort main parking garage and take a shuttle to the waterpark entrance. From I-4 West take exit 74B or from I-4 East take exit 75A, then follow signs to the Universal Orlando parking garage.