The unannounced visits determine whether theme parks are complying with Orange County, Florida's rules on face masks and physical distancing.
E-mails from Fun Spot's owner denying the severity of the pandemic preceded the Orlando park failing multiple inspections on COVID-19 safety.
Fun Spot Orlando fails 4th inspection on face mask enforcement; SeaWorld, Disney’s Magic Kingdom pass
Orange County said, "Our Strike team is planning to meet with Fun Spot management to find a solution.”
The email came more than a month before the first Orange County inspection of Fun Spot's Orlando location.
An Orange County team found both parks to be in compliance with county rules on face masks and physical distancing.
The reports obtained by Theme Park Tribune found many Fun Spot guests were not wearing masks after Orange County, Florida's mask mandate went into effect.
Fun Spot America owner John Arie shared posts on Facebook that falsely claimed face masks could cause a harmful buildup of carbon dioxide and oxygen deprivation.
Guests are encouraged, but not required to wear face masks, though coverings will be required for the park's food and beverage employees and any workers who handle cash.