Water Parks


In addition to the 4 theme parks, Walt Disney World in Florida includes 2 water parks for hours of fun under the sun! Whether it is to relax on the beach or in the wave pool or to race in the waterslides, the 2 water parks will appeal to young and old alike!

Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park - Frosty Fun for the Whole Family

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Disney's Blizzard Beach at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida opened on April 1, 1995. 

The theme of this water park is based on the idea of ​​a ski resort in the middle of a tropical lagoon! Legend has it that a heavy snowstorm hit the Orlando area of ​​Florida, allowing the construction of the southern state's first ski resort. Of course, the snow melted so quickly that the slopes were transformed into water slides. The ski lifts and ski jumping trails remained in place and became the stars of this ski resort in the tropics. Ditch the snowsuit to put on your swimsuit and hit the slopes!

Take a ride aboard the Chairlift to admire the peaks of Mount Gushmore or speed down the 12 stories of the mountain. Take a run with your friends or relax in the lazy river around the park. Children under 48 inches can play in their own water play area, complete with a snow castle-shaped fountain and water slides adapted to their size. Young and old will have a blast all day long at Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park!

Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park - An extraordinary water park!

Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park opened on June 1, 1989 and is home to one of the largest wave pools in the world.

The theme of the park evokes a "Disney legend" according to which a hurricane named Connie destroyed the island of Pleasure Island and devastated the lagoon. Boats, fishing nets and surfboards have been left where the hurricane dropped them! The central point of the park is Miss Tilly, a shrimp fishing boat, planted at the top of the volcanic peak of Mount Mayday whose "geysers" are still active.

Experience the thrill of the largest wave pool in North America. Sunbathe on its white-sand beach, drift on a buoy in the tranquil Castaway Creek that surrounds the entire water park, slide down the Crush 'n' Gusher water roller coaster and enjoy the dives and splashes of the whitewater adventure called Miss Falls Adventure. Finally, the little ones can play all day long at Ketchakiddee Creek, a wonderful aquatic world designed especially for them.

Several services are offered in the 2 water parks. You can reserve cabanas and private spaces for a group or a special occasion ($). Lockers are available at the entrance to the water parks ($) to leave your valuables. Refreshing food and drinks are also available at the water parks as well as shops offering everything you need for a hassle-free day.

You can add the Water Parks and Sports option to your theme park ticket or separately purchase a day ticket for one of the water parks.

Please note, Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park is currently closed. (SEPTEMBER 2021)

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