The water park, lakefront pool, and heated spa at Balmoral Resort are ideal for family fun, especially during a day off from visiting local attractions.
Bigger kids and grown-up kids alike can enjoy our water slides, while the splash playground is great for the little ones who just want to make a mess with water while you relax in one of the cabanas surrounding the water park, or in the adjacent resort pool area.
Meanwhile, the refreshing lakefront pool and heater spa both offer total relaxation. The pool area is open from 11am to dusk.
Water Park & Pool
Is the water park open to the public?
Yes! Day passes are available for purchase for the water park. Day passes are based on availability and can be purchased from a server at Balmoral Bar and Grill or by clicking here.
What are the Water Park hours?
Balmoral Clubhouse, Pool and Water Park open daily at 11 am and closes at dusk.
How much does it cost to come to the water park?
Nothing if you’re a registered guest of Balmoral Resort Florida. For guests not staying on property, pricing for day passes can be provided by a server at Balmoral Bar and Grill or by clicking here.
Are reservations required for day passes or cabana rentals?
At this time, reservations are not required but pool day passes and cabana rentals cannot be guaranteed and are based on availability.
Should we bring our own towels?
Yes, if you are visiting us without staying in one of our vacation homes please bring towels. If you are staying as a guest in our resort, please bring the pool towels from your home.
Is there a lifeguard on duty?
There is no lifeguard on duty.
Are children allowed there alone?
No, all children under the age of 16 are required to be accompanied by an adult.
Can I bring my own food and drinks?
We do not allow outside food and beverage. Balmoral Bar & Grill offers a full lunch and dinner menu and a full bar.