Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park, Orlando

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Have a a fun-filled water adventure at the Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park. The snow-themed waterpark (a welcome concept in sunny Florida) features dozens of raft rides, waterslides, and wave pools. Make a splash on the world's longest whitewater raft ride (albeit manmade), or shoot down America's fastest free-fall slide, the Summit Plummet, at 97 km/h (60 mph). Wind down the day with a float down the lazy river. For discounts, purchase a combo ticket with other Disney parks. Plan your Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park visit and explore what else you can see and do in Orlando using our Orlando trip itinerary builder website .
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  • When I visited I went with my parents and boyfriend. It was for my dads birthday so we had a cabana booked. When we got there checking in was all quite unorganized but after about 20 mins we were seen...  more »
  • We think this is a better water park for younger kids. The dedicated area for small ones is well designed and a favorite for our family. The large family raft ride is what keeps us coming back. We lov...  more »
  • Trampolines to the wholesale! Very hueno. Keep in mind that if it falls Thunder Park closes automatically and does not open
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  • Amazing place for families, plenty of seating in the shade. Lots of drink and food oulets. Highly recommend the refillable cups as it saves a fortune throughout a long day and you can share 1 between 2 or 3 people. Small kids area is great with a few small slides. The lazy river takes forever to go round so a good way to chill out. Lots of little sprinklers about at ankle level so the pathways all stay cool to walk on which is a real relief on bare feet.
  • We had an excellent experience. Water was perfect temperature. Kids and adults loved the wave pool. We also took advantage of renting one of those "clam shell" cabanas which had a memory-foam king mattress which was quite comfy in-between activities. That was a real treat, as it was very centrally located, got a perfect amount of sun, and looked out on the wave pool.
  • I arrived later in the afternoon and the outdoor temperature was below normal, so the crowds were smaller than usual. The water temperature for all attractions and rides was very comfortable. The lines were minimal and I quickly moved through the slides I wanted to ride. As long as the sun is shining and you can feel the warmth, everything is good. There is a difference between Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon. Blizzard Beach has no real wave pool, but a large area for families to bob up and down in the water. The steepest slides are at Blizzard Beach. Both parks are enjoyable.
  • Absolutely fantastic place. We visited at a quiet time and easily found seats under the shade. Plenty of exciting things to do from thrill slides to family rides to a very relaxing lazy river. Perfect for families and a bonus with free parking. We returned three times whilst on holiday and can't wait to go back.
  • This is the newest of the two water parks at Disney World in Orlando Florida. Many of the rides you don't have to carry up your own rafts. Prices for eating and for merchandise are moderately high but the food is good. They do let you bring in coolers of your own food just tell them it's for religious or allergy purposes.
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