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Islands Of Adventure: Jurassic Park Island
A Walk Through The Park

Your stroll through prehistoric lands begins with a triumphant fanfare as you enter the Jurassic Park Gates, the gas powered flames of which are burning brightly.
Surrounded on both sides by tall jungles and mysterious sounds, you approach the first kiosk.

Here, you can buy all sorts of non-alcoholic refreshments (Coke Product). Occasionally, a wandering magician selling magic sets/toys will walk through here. Continuing, you see your first photo-op inside Jurassic Park: a "Lost World" team A vehicle with a Rex bursting out from the shrubbery behind.

The road begins to turn and you have entered a small square. To your left you can see the corner of "Camp Jurassic," in front, you can see the drop from "Jurassic Park: River Adventure," and to your right, "Thunder Falls" restaurant.

Thunder Falls is a cozy, tropical themed restaurant, with a slightly formal feel to it. You enter through double doors into a line that leads to the food pick up line. You tell the person on the other side what you’d like, and they hand it to you and you head either left or right along the display to the checkout.

One the left side you have large windows revealing the splash zone of the river adventure. There is a large Amber and Dinosaur motif chandelier here along with booths and tables. You can even sit outside. The other side houses a darker eating area, not near the river adventure and more secluded, surrounded by tropical plants. The food is fairly priced but the selection isn’t too varying. Corn on the cob comes with almost everything and the main food is fried chicken.

When you’re done, you can exit to the viewing area/splash zone for the River Adventure. Following the water, you have the restrooms and more recently, a rock-climbing wall. There is a little bridge that leads back to the way you came, crossing some trickling water falling from a "Camp Jurassic" waterfall.

Walking around the compound of the "Discovery Center," you have another photo opportunity and two food stations back on the main path. Here, the tour car from Jurassic Park and the frontal-portion bust of the spinosaur is stationed. You can take some scary photos next to these cannon-benders or some nice pictures of the car. Of the food stands, the first is a small popcorn and drinks stand and the other is a small-outdoor bar. Parents can get some prehistoric concoctions to ease the day.

From the River Adventure you can turn to your right and go to the restroom, go forward and enter "Camp Jurassic," or go to your left and either go back on the ride or walk past it. Walking past it, you see several kiosks offering beverages, items, henna tattoos, and hair braiding. Walking further, you see to your right a building where you can order food from the window. Mostly burgers and such are available here. There is also an outdoor sitting area.

This area has a few places to sit and relax with a restroom and some nicely decorated planting areas. This is where, further back, a gate is located that would lead to the cut "Jeep Tours" ride. Also, when heading towards the Discovery Center, you pass by the old entrance to the now closed "Triceratops Encounter." The large rock with a triceratops fossil in it now has a sign on it talking about the Triceratops.

Walking further down the path you begin to near the end of Jurassic Island. To your left is a wall of flora, with an electric fence sticking out. And in front, the gate to Jurassic Park as you leave the island and begin you next journey in "The Lost Continent."


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