So this past Wednesday, the 8th, I visited the central Florida Fun Spot parks. They’re a pair of smaller parks located in Orlando and Kissimmee–on opposite ends of International Drive. Since they are smaller parks, and given that Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, and SeaWorld are also in the immediate proximity, they are relatively undervisited–which means there is barely ever a wait for any attraction. Unfortunately, a side-effect of this is that (coupled with the slow season) ride operators rotate around frequently and thus not all rides are open at the same time.
Each park has a $40 admission rate; or a $50 1-day, 2-park pass; or a season pass (valid at both parks) for $100. Another option is one could pay per ride as park admission and parking are free. To put those numbers into perspective, a 1-day pass at any of the parks mentioned above is around $100.
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