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AcquaSol Adventure Complex & Surf Park Coming to Orlando FL

It sounds like Orlando, Florida may finally get a Surf Park…

AcquaSol Action Adventure Sports Complex to include Wave Pool | Wave Park

AcquaSol Adventure Sports Complex to include Surf Park in the Orlando, FL Project. Photo: AcquaSol Master Plan

Phase one of the AcquaSol master plan for a new outdoor recreational adventure sports complex was recently submitted to the Municipal Planning Board in Orlando, FL.  The project is slated to be developed directly across from the Festival Bay Mall which happens to be the site of the original Ron Jon Surf Park.

The AcquaSol action adventure sports complex is set to include a wide variety of outdoor activities and is “said to provide diverse skill building and educational opportunities for individuals of all ages and abilities.”

AcquaSol Adventure Sports Complex Proposed Master Plan Includes Surf Park

AcquaSol Recreational Adventure Sports Complex Master Plan Proposed for Orlando, FL

AcquaSol Proposed Master Plan Includes Surf Park | Scaled Version

The Surf Park component of the AquaSol Recreational Adventure Sports Complex is looking big…

Check out the AcquaSol Phase 1 Master Plan that was submitted on February 19, 2013 to the City of Orlando, Florida’s Municipal Planning Board to learn more. The project is currently owned by Jorge Orteca and I-Drive Investors, LLC.  

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COMMENTS

    • byJesse Muller
    • onMarch 13, 2013

    I think this is a GREAT idea!! Orlando needs something like this.

    • byNate
    • onApril 17, 2013

    I agree with Jesse. I do not live near the Orlando area, but this is a great and unique addition to the city. Actually, it is a unique thing for the country! Orlando has enough amusement parks, so I’m glad to see something as cool as this. Can’t wait to see if it will actually be built!

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