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Orlando Watersports Complex adding new attraction

The Aquapark has a modular series of interlocking climbing obstacles, pathways, slides and trampolines.

The Aquapark has a modular series of interlocking climbing obstacles, pathways, slides and trampolines.

Aktion Parks said the Orlando Watersports Complex will add an inflatable Aquapark in the spring.

The OWC will be the first facility in central Florida to launch the attraction, parent company Correct Craft said.

Made by Wibit, the Aquapark has a concept inspired by Lego blocks, featuring a modular series of interlocking climbing obstacles, pathways, slides and trampolines. The park will feature challenges such as the XXL climbing tower, trampoline, balance beam, monkey bars and the rodeo slide.

Correct Craft said the attraction will complement its cable park, which is on a 60-acre lake and features two full-size cable systems and a two-tower cable system that is used for its “Get-Up-Guarantee.” The Super Air Nautique G23 and Ski Nautique 200 will be available for lessons on the boat lake.

The OWC is open to the public on all days except Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

“Our Aktion Parks team is excited about this new attraction at OWC, which will open this spring; it is a fantastic addition to our world-famous water park and will be great for both kids and adults, making it the perfect activity for families,” Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin said in a statement.

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