The Aquatic Park is the swimming pool of the Jurassic World park. It contains 3.5 million gallons of water and has over 21 slides. It is located east of the Innovation Center and north of the Gentle Giants Petting Zoo.
Pools and slidesEdit
The Aquatic Park consists of:
- Panthalassa Wading Pool: Named after the prehistoric Panthalassa Ocean.
- Double Helix waterslide: 3-story water slide in the shape of a DNA strand.
- Dimorphodon Plunge Slide: speed 90 km/h.
- Tethys Lazy River: speed 3 km/h.
- Belly of the Mosasaur, to escape the Isla Nublar sun.
- Cretaceous Cabanas, multiple cabanas.
Rules and warningsEdit
- Bathing suits
- Other appropriate attire
Available within Aquatic Park:
- Life jackets
Persons with the following conditions should not experience this attraction:
- Heart Conditions
- Abnormal Blood Pressure
- Abnormally frightened by large creatures
"The Panthalassa Wading Pool is named for the biggest Jurassic Ocean!"
"The Panthalassa Ocean - home to many aquatic dinosaurs - surrounded the continent Pangaea in Mesozoic times."
"Cannonball! You'll love the Aquatic Park at Jurassic World. Dive into prehistory and splash around like a Mosasaurus, the corkscrew down our three-story Double Helix water slide. Feeling chill? Escape the Isla Nublar sun in the Belly of the Mosasaur or just relax in a Cretaceous Cabana. Sunscreen highly recommended."
"Enjoy thrills and spills as you slide through our prehistoric jungle waterways. Bathing suits and appropriate attire required. Life jackets, towels and lockers are available within Aquatic Park."
- The website says that the Panthalassa Ocean was "home to many aquatic dinosaurs". Since Spinosaurus is the only known aquatic dinosaur, this probably refers to the famous but non-dinosaurian marine reptiles.
- This should not be confused with the Aquatic Park (Jurassic Park: Builder). But it seems similar, seeing as the Belly of the Mosasaur is similar to Mosasaurus, & its relatives, like Hainosaurus, Platecarpus, and Tylosaurus.