Splash Attack Pool at Adventure Island Tampa Bay

Kid-Friendly Attractions

Fun for the Entire Family

Adventure Island water park offers a wide variety of kid-friendly water rides, splash areas and pools!

  • Splash Attack Pool at Adventure Island Tampa Bay

    Splash Attack

    Splash Attack® is a maze of soakin' fun with a surprise centerpiece and a huge tree house with more than 50 water play toys. There's no telling what you will get you wetter, the 1,000-gallon wooden bucket that empties every seven minutes or the 500 feet of twisting open flumes and closed tubes gushing with swirling water. The tree house is filled with water toys like jets, levers, and rope pulls, plus twisting slides, bridges, cargo nets, and web crawls.

     

    Age/Height Requirements: For all guests.

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More Fun for the Little Ones

  • Paradise Lagoon at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay

    Paradise Lagoon

    You’ll find a cool pool to relax and unwind, and a fun net climb to test your skills at Paradise Lagoon™. The bravest thrill-seekers can splash from our cliff jumps into 9,000 square-feet of tropical blue water. The scene is so tropical you may find yourself happily lost in every moment of action-packed adventure.

     

    Age/Height Restrictions: We strongly suggest that all weak or non-swimmers wear a life vest.

  • Rambling Bayou River at Adventure Island Tampa Bay

    Rambling Bayou

    This calm, half-mile tube trip will take you through lush landscapes, tropical waterfalls and even rain and fog. Rambling Bayou™ is the perfect way to take a break from the excitement and still keep your cool. It's a perfect bit of rest and relaxation between thrills and spills.

     

    Age/Height Restrictions: We recommend that riders under 42 inches tall wear a life vest.

  • Endless Surf Wave Pool

    Endless Surf

    The surf's always up in our breathtaking, 17,000 square foot wave pool. A rolling surf with waves awaits you every five minutes.

     

    Age/Height Restrictions: We strongly suggest that all weak or non-swimmers wear a life vest.

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