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Orlando's Fun Spot plans to open water park, two new roller coasters

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The Fun Spot amusement park in Orlando, Florida, is planning to open a new water park and two new roller coasters as part of an ambitious expansion plan.

The park, located on International Drive a short distance from Walt Disney World and the Universal Orlando Resort, is hoping to complete the 10-acre expansion by March 2013. As well as an all-new water park, it hopes to expand its existing line-up of thrill rides by opening a steel roller coaster and a wooden coaster. The plans must be approved by Orlando authorities before work can commence.

The Fun Spot Waterpark will be the second aquatic attraction on International Drive, and will compete with the popular Wet 'n Wild. Fun Spot has partnered with established water ride supplier SplashTacular, Inc. to develop the park, which it claims will "reinvent the water park experience".

Fun Spot is also now offering annual passes, which enable guests to experience all of its attractions for a one-off price. The Any Day Pass will cost $100 until December 24, 2011, when the price will rise to $150. Only 1,000 of the passes will go on sale.

For those who are happy to visit only on weekdays, the Fun Spot Week Day Pass will cover Mondays to Fridays and will feature some blackout dates. It will be available for $50 until December 24, after which it will cost $75. 4,000 of the passes will go on sale.


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