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Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park, Orlando

(4.3/5 based on 5,500+ reviews on the web)
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. To visit Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park and other attractions in Orlando, use our Orlando trip generator.
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  • Our visit in mid-January was very enjoyable. The park was so quiet that we hardly had to wait to ride any of the flumes etc. Lots of chairs and sun loungers available. 2 sizes of lockers for hire star...  more »
  • Great for family fun here i have read some of the bad reviews but i can honestly say we came twice in one week and both times were fab mid jan is very quite we were straight on all the rides the staff...  more »
  • We had perfect weather. MLK holiday hardly anybody in the park went on all slides plenty of places to just chill out . Food was inexpensive lockers were perfect size for family of four 
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  • It was a nice change to be greeted by cheerful Disney staff on our arrival (compared to the other Disney parks we've visited this year). But then we had to deal with the staff at the locker rental kiosk. I'm not sure if they are actually retarded and working there under a work place charity, if so good on Disney for giving them a chance but there should be one capable person over seeing them to make sure the customers are given a proper service with correct information. The seating areas were way over crowded and we ended up squashed in between other families whose sunbeds were pushed tight up against ours so we abandoned the seats. We purchased the soda cups that you can refill all day for $10.99 and then found out that all but one machine were malfunctioning. The rides were good and not bad waiting times. Even though this was one of the better experiences on our Disney ultimate tickets this year we won't be returning as there are much better options than the run down, poorly staffed Disney Parks.
  • I have a year pass that cost 64 for FL residents. During the summer some afternoon storms may close the rides for a few hours. Many times this clears out many patrons. Also, a few hours before closing the lines are short. Many food places close late in the day but the one by 'Lost Children' (across from the lockers) seems to always be open. Coolers are allowed. Great place for being kids. If they are old enough to ramble on by themselves, there are a few peaceful places to read, soak in the sun, or even sleep (surprised me seeing this).... Great action pictures can easily be had here. There is a restaurant for lunch if needed.
  • Great fun and a good range of slides from kiddy sized to extreme. Be warned, the Summit Plummet is painful! You hit the water so fast at the bottom that I came away bruised after the third run. The usual Disney range of eateries so that means Disney prices but it is good quality so no complaints there. Lots of deck chairs around the park - maybe too many as you will end up elbow to elbow with other park goers. Make sure you check your Disney ticket to see if you have access to the Golf courses next door. We did so left the park and went straight into a round of golf at the Winter / Summerland golf course.
  • Blizzard Beach is a nice park but if you've got to pick between the parks, Aquatica has the best slides and lazy river. Typhoon Lagoon is also a better Disney water park. A bit more room and less busy in Typhoon Lagoon. They serve drinks and food here and it's only $2 to rent a towel with no deposit needed. (Same at Typhoon Lagoon) A plus for this and the other Disney water park is its free parking which is great. Easy transport links and easy to catch an Uber to. The staff like all Disney parks are great and always happy. It looses two stars for, in my opinion, having two better water parks within stones throw from it. Even better though if you have tickets for both. Try going to Blizzard Beach in the morning and then Typhoon Lagoon at midday till close.
  • If you haven't been, check it out - I prefer this over Typhoon Lagoon! My only advice would be to Blizzard Beach to upgrade and add a ride or two! I have been here twice (both trips being 10 years apart from each other) and was hoping to see something new.