Volcano Bay announces monthslong closure for maintenance
ORLANDO, Fla. – Months after reopening from its coronavirus closure, Universal’s Volcano Bay water park will once again close its gates. Only this time, it’s a planned closure. Volcano Bay will begin a seasonal closure on Nov. 2, with a current planned reopening timeframe of on or before March 1, the theme park said. “We will use the seasonal closure to conduct annual maintenance on several attractions and areas of the park at the same time,” the park said in a news release. “We are working with guests who have purchased tickets to visit Volcano Bay during this timeframe.”The theme park will also contact Universal Orlando Annual Passholders affected by this update.
Island H2O Live! announced reopening date for late May
KISSIMMEE, Fla. – Central Florida’s newest water park, Island H2O Live!, announced that their water park would reopen on select days starting Saturday. “We are excited to reopen and provide an entertaining break from the day-to-day world,” states Island H2O Water Park General Manager Jim Kunau. Island H2O Water Park is implementing its new “Safe-Splash Guidelines” to help ensure the park operates safely, responsibly and sustainably. Team members also receive a temperature check and are sent home if their temperature exceeds 100.4 °F. All water that circulates through the water park is exposed to UV light in the filtration process.