Walt Disney World Water parks

Not only can you enjoy Walt Disney’s theme parks. There are also other attractions if you particularly aren’t “into” that. Disney also has two main water parks included in its’ resort.

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon is one of the major water parks. At this Typhoon Lagoon you can enjoy the beach, a wave pool, an under water lagoon, a lazy river, and of course many water slides. This wave pool has the biggest waves you will ever find at a wave pool, some are even bigger then waves you may find on the coasts. I spent a lot of time with my family in the wave pool dodging all the monstrous waves. Disney’s Blizzard Beach is the other water park on the resort. This water park is the one to go to if you want to ride water slides. There is also a zip-line activity that catapults you into the water.  By the end of the day you will be hot and ready to cool off with the perfect treat to top off your experience. At this water park you can enjoy a shave ice treat, an ice cream cone, or even other food options. Places in the park for food and treats include, the Warming Hut, Arctic Expeditions, Avalunch, Cooling Hut, Frostbite Freddy’s Frozen Freshments, I.C. Expeditions, Lottawotta Lounge, Mini Donuts at Disney’s Blizzard Beach Waterpark, and Polar Pub. All these locations are found within and around the park, walk around and try out a couple. Lastly, this water park looks like a wintry wonderland but feels like a summer blast. The water slides are designed to look like slopes at a ski resort. The architecture really brings to life your experience at Walt Disney World.

Comparing Walt Disney World’s water parks to other water parks in the world, Disney’s are pretty magical to kids. Adults and families also enjoy their time here as well. The water parks are the biggest but they sure have more to offer for younger aged individuals than others do.

If you ever decide to visit Walt Disney World, take a load off your feet from touring all the theme parks and spend a day or two at the water parks. The water parks aren’t just a small adventure you will remember the experience for a lifetime.


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