First of Five Planned Inland Lagoons Coming to Central Florida

Adelon Capital is looking to soon bring the first of its five planned inland lagoons to Central Florida. According to the development company, work has already begun at the spot of the first Crystal Lagoon. In a press release from Adelon, Orlando was chosen because of its ranking as one of the largest tourism markets in the world.

The goal of the lagoons is to bring beach life to the middle of Florida without having to drive to the coast. The lagoons will feature turquoise water, white sand beaches, and water sports. In addition, the whole complex will have hotels, entertainment, shopping, dining, and venues for events such as weddings, concerts, and conferences.

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The location of the first lagoon is 17509 Bali Blvd. which is around eight miles west of Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom. The plan is to have this first lagoon open in 2023.

This is sure to be a major attraction and add to the list of things to do for both locals and visitors to Central Florida. Let us know in the comments how you feel about this upcoming development!

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Amy Krieger

Amy loves all things Disney from the theme parks and resorts to the beloved films. She and her husband, Paul, currently reside in Wheeling, West Virginia but will soon make the move to Central Florida with their two fur-kids, Odie the greyhound and Hermes the Spanish galgo. As Disney Vacation Club members and Disney World Annual Passholders, they visit Disney property as often as possible. Amy is a contributing writer for movingtoorlando.com, wdwinfo.com, dvcfan.com, and dclfan.com.

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