Volcano Bay to Close for Winter Starting in November
Volcano Bay at Universal Orlando will be closing for the winter season starting on November 2 and running through March 1, 2021.
Back in August, Universal announced that they will be cutting the operating hours at their Volcano Bay water park. The changes will started on Tuesday, September 8th. At that time, Volcano Bay will be closed EVERY Tuesday and Thursday.
According to a piece on MyNews13, Universal said that the change in the schedule was based on “operational needs and travel trends.” This is just one of several announcements Universal has made over the last few weeks presumably as a response to lower-than-expected crowds levels. In early August they made the decision to shut down some lower traffic attractions across Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure.
Universal Orlando also closed two of its resort properties: Loews Sapphire Falls Resorts and The Aventura. At that time a spokesperson for the company said, “We continue to evaluate our offerings and have decided to consolidate our hotel operations as we manage through current conditions.”
With the news of Volcano Bay reducing their operating schedule, closing select attractions and hotels it is definitely a time of big changes. If you are planning on a visit to Universal Studios Florida then be sure to check operating hours on Universal’s website. Also, keep following along with Universal Parks Blog for the latest Universal news and updates.
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Source: Orlando Sentinel