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Just recently announced to have a Summer 2012 opening, the water park at Legoland Florida will help change the theme park into a destination, by offering guests the ability to explore two different parks. While an exact opening date has not been released yet, the park is starting to show off some of the work they have planned.
It appears as though all the attractions that were a part of Cypress Gardens' water park will remain, but all will receive a LEGO theme. Guests will enter the water park from near the Flying School junior coaster, and fine an assortment of activities awaiting them.
The LEGO wave pool will offer tame waves for families, as will the Build-A-Raft River, where guests can apply LEGO pieces to their tube to make it all their own. The Joker Soaker will be a rethemed water play structure, and a DUPLO themed kiddie area will be added, complete with shade cover.
The parks' two slide towers, now known as Twin Chasers and Splash Out will also remain, but repainted and refurbished as well. The park's General Manager is quick to point out that there is plenty of room for expansion, as well.