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Celebrating 15 Years of Fun

March 17, 2023
For 15 years Aquatica has been the center of splashtacular fun in Orlando.
It’s Aquatica’s 15th birthday and we’re celebrating fifteen years of fun and our amazing Ambassadors!

Over the past fifteen years, Aquatica has seen some incredible growth-from the addition of thrilling attractions, relaxing oasis’, to new and delicious culinary venues. From welcoming millions of guests over the years to supporting worthy causes like Special Olympics of Florida, we’re proud of all of the Ambassadors, guests, and leadership who have helped make Aquatica Orlando America’s #1 Outdoor Waterpark, as voted by USA Today’s 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards!

Park President Brad Gilmore says that his favorite memory over the past fifteen years goes all the way back to the park’s opening weekend, on March 1, 2008. “There was so much energy here at the park, and a great atmosphere; we had an incredible team, and just a lot of excitement in town opening this one-of-a-kind water park.” Brad attributes the incredible success of the park to our Ambassadors. “We have a mighty team that delivers an incredible guest experience each and every day.”

The last fifteen years have been filled with excitement and fun. But we’re even more thrilled about all the possibilities in the years to come, including the addition of the ALL-NEW Turi’s Kid Cove opening later this Spring. Plus, exciting events like - Aloha to Summer, Fiesta Aquatica, Beach Nights and more. The best way to experience everything Aquatica has to offer year-round is with an Annual Pass providing you with unlimited visits and unbeatable benefits.

Interested in becoming part of that team? We’re hiring multiple full-time and part-time positions, from lifeguards to guest arrivals. We cannot wait to welcome you to the Aquatica family!

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