Volusia County

Daytona Lagoon reopens this weekend after hurricane damage

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — It’s been a little over a month since Hurricane Ian battered Florida and a few weeks since Nicole made landfall. But one theme park on the coast has not reopened – until this weekend.


Daytona Lagoon, a family-friendly waterpark in Daytona Beach, will resume park operations on Saturday and Sunday.

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While the park was closed, it experienced some changes, including bringing back the Rockwall and adding new flooring. The park hopes to add a new restaurant, ice cream bar and facility upgrade in the future.

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In honor of the reopening, guests can participate in half-off arcade games over the weekend.

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The park will be open from noon to 8 p.m. on Sunday.

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