Orlando theme park: No guests under 21 allowed without a chaperone

A busy summer is on tap for Orlando, and one theme park is preparing by implementing new rules for guests under 21 years old. 

Fun Spot America announced this week a new chaperone policy as a response to high crowd volumes and guest safety concerns. 

"To uphold the highest standards of guest experience and safety, we are implementing an updated Chaperone Policy, effective immediately, that requires anyone under 21 years of age to be accompanied by an adult 21 years or older," Fun Spot said in a prepared statement. 

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According to Fun Spot, each adult can only have two people with them under the age of 21. Exceptions will be made for large families and pre-registered groups. 

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To ensure safety, Fun Spot said they'll increase on-site staffing and management, plus the addition of an off-duty police officer and constant surveillance of security cameras. 

The policy was put into place ahead of the Fourth of July holiday, but will remain in effect for both the Orlando and Kissimmee locations until further notice.