|Industry||Amusement parks and resorts|
|Headquarters||Yongin, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea|
|Revised Romanization||Ebeoraendeu Rijoteu|
Everland Resort (Hangul: 에버랜드 리조트; RR: Ebeoraendeu Rijoteu) is a theme park and vacation resort located in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. It is owned and operated by Samsung Everland. The resort opened on April, 1976, as a single theme park (Everland), but developed into a resort with water parks, hostels, speedways, golf course and museums.
Caribbean Bay is South Korea's largest (2010) water park. The outdoor zone is not open all year due to weather conditions (Winter and Rainy Seasons). The aquatic center(inside) opens all year. It is divided into 5 distinct zones.
Wild River (opened in summer 2008) is a zone for more advanced water play. It has 6 water tube slides including the Tower Bumerango.
Main attraction in the Sea Wave zone is the Wave Pool. It generates 2.4 metres (7 ft 10 in) artificial waves. It also has a sandy rest zone.
Aquatic Center is an indoor zone in Caribbean Bay. It has several normal pools, 3 water slides, indoor wave pool, spas, and saunas. It is open all year.
Fortress is a water-themed ride. It has streaming pool (called "Lazy Pool"), a Surfing Ride, an Adventure pool and spas.
Bay Slide is a water ride located within the park. It has 6 tube rides and 3 water bobsleighs.
Everland Speedway is South Korea's first racing track. The speedway has held racing events of various scales. It also gives opportunities to experience and enjoy race car driving for ordinary people with no previous racing experience.
Home Bridge is a hostel at Everland Resort.
Glen Rose is a golf course at Everland Resort.
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