It has already proven to be a bit of a flop, too.
The resort/vacation homes, or the non-affiliated water park? They're two very different things, and the water park is definitely a flop. They were still building new homes last time I drove by the back of the property a few months ago. As far as I'm aware, the resort itself isn't doing bad. The hotel part may be a little under-utilized, but if you notice, with these types of developments the hotel rooms usually make up 25% or less of the total room inventory.