Rides & Attractions
The five water slides look over the park at 38 feet atop a wooden water tower.
The Sting Ray is a totally enclosed slide and is the fastest, most exhilarating ride in the park. It's a seven second drop to the pool below. You can often hear the screams of excitement as visitors experience the slide. There are three other slides that drop into the same pool and are a combination of enclosed and open slides. The largest slide and most popular is the Sea Lion, which plummets you down on an inner tube into the long lazy river. The slides, range between 220 and 350 linear feet in length.
The Lazy River, 3 Slides, and Diving Boards will be closed through the end of May for construction.
While Sun-N-Fun Lagoon is under construction take advantage of this special rate of $8 - 48 inches and over & $4.50 - under 48 inches. The special rate will be offered through the end of May.
Sunny's River is 1,250 linear feet and varies between eight and 10 feet wide.
The river is different than some other parks, because it has two circular paths, which vary your travel time between seven minutes and 15 minutes around the park. To the right you get soaked with buckets of water and soaker areas that will keep you ducking for fun.
Another attraction is the four feet deep pool, Family Falls.
This pool was built with the thought in mind that some parents may wish to bask in the sun and water with their children in a quieter atmosphere, away from the slides. All ages are welcome in the family pool.
Turtle Cove is the busiest attraction for kids.
The area is designated for kids only who are between the ages of five and 12. Turtle Cove floats lily pads in the water with a mesh rope overhead for kids to test their navigation skills. The pool is more like a playground than a regular pool, because of the fountain shooting up into the air and water pistols on the side, where kids can target those splashing around in the pool. Many water parks offer wave pools and general activities, but Sun-N-Fun Lagoon was designed with the goal of keeping children safe, while allowing them to experience fun on their own. The depth of Turtle Cove is three-and-a-half-feet.
Toddlers have a large pool area dedicated to them.
Tadpole pool is less pool and more activities. It has just 18 inches of water so that smaller children are safe with their parents, who are required to be with the children. Tadpole Pool's most vibrant amenity is the oversized wave slide, which is actually a colored foam slide. Kids climb up the back and slide down and out of the wave slide. There are also water dumping buckets, swings and animals to ride in the water as well as a water worm that squirts water up into the air. This area is for children six years old and younger.
Dolphin Dive and Lap Pool
Finally, Dolphin Dive and Lap Pool is a two in one attraction.
The dive area boasts a high three-meter dive and low one-meter dive into a 14 feet pool well. The pool also has two lap lanes for adults, who wish to get some exercise in while their older kids play. There is always a competition between the divers, no matter what time of day you come to the park. Some things never change.
The Lazy River, 3 Slides, and Diving Boards will be closed
through the end of May for construction.
While Sun-N-Fun Lagoon is under construction take advantage of this special rate of $8 - 48 inches and over &
$4.50 - under 48 inches. The special rate will be offered through the end of May.
Sun-N-Fun Lagoon's operating hours vary and are subject to change due to inclement weather.
From I-75 take exit 111, Immokalee road head west to Livingston road turn south, Sun-N-Fun will be on the left.
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