Fun Spot Orlando Envisions Master Plan For Future Growth

In the land of Shamu, Mickey Mouse and Harry Potter, somehow the little guy is flourishing. Fun Spot Orlando, located not even a mile away from Universal Orlando, has continued to grow from a few go-cart tracks and flat rides to a destination park. They have continued to add both wooden and steel coasters, along with new attractions like a sky coaster.


The only thing Fun Spot is missing is a theme to tie areas of the park together. Recently, our friends at Falcon’s Treehouse were tapped to create a master plan for Fun Spot Orlando and it looks fantastic. The proposed master plan includes six new themes that will be applied across the entire park. These themes were brought to life by Falcon’s in an effort to create thematic narratives that will transport guests to past and present classic American time periods. The goal was to enhance the park’s current family fun experience and create new areas that contribute to the Fun Spot brand.


The re-branding of Fun Spot will take place over the next few years and will include the addition of new coasters, water rides, food and beverage and more. As soon as updates are released, we will keep you informed!


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