Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Fun Spot America- Orlando


When in Orlando, we will be hitting Fun Spot America's Orlando location. This location is Orlando's only family owned theme park as well as the home of Orlando's only wooden roller coaster. There are plenty of other roller coasters to be had, in fact, the park has added three additional ones just last year. Sadly, Gerry and I, do not have the stomach for roller coasters, but we will be taking advantage of the parks other attractions, the biggest one for us, being the go karts, of which there are five different tracks.



There is plenty to see and do. The expansion project of last year has added many attractions to the park including the World's Largest 250' Sky Coaster Arch and 9 family and thrill rides. The park also boasts a 10 000 square foot arcade, and 3500 square foot diner, because you are bound to get hungry while thrill seeking. 

With the park offering free admission, free parking and free WiFi, it is a nice change from the theme parks that we are used to which seems to cost an arm and a leg. In this park you can pay per ride or pay per day, which is perfect for those who want to have a good time and stay on a budget.



 Kissimmee Park (on HWY 192) – Fun Spot America Kissimmee
 Orlando Park (on International Drive) – Fun Spot America Orlando 
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2 comments:

The Wallet Doctor said...

What would you reccomend for families with kids of varying ages? Is the pay per day pass better or should everybody be on the pay per ride plan? Its nice you can explore without paying a cover charge. That's not very common in the world of theme parks anymore.

Monique Fullowka said...

They suggest purchasing an unlimited armband $39.95+tax (54” and up) or $29.95+tax (54” and below) – allows you to ride all rides minus SkyCoaster unlimited throughout the day.
Or, sampler armband, 4 rides $27(inc tax) for both 54” up and below.
Pay per ride is $9 for the thrill and roller coasters and $6 for go-karts – so paying per ride can add up past the above two options pretty quickly.

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