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Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, Orlando

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Cool off with a relaxing dip in one of the world's largest outdoor wave pools at Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park. As one of two aquatic parks at Walt Disney World Resort, the complex offers an array of water attractions ranging from gentle wading pools to exhilarating thrill rides. Speed down five stories at almost 64 km/h (40 mph) on the Humunga Kowabunga waterslide, or take a chance snorkeling with dozens of sharks and stingrays at Shark Reef. Feel free to pack your own lunch, or stop by one of the park’s many outdoor eateries. Arrive sooner rather than later in terms of both lines and temperatures. Use our Orlando trip itinerary maker to arrange your visit to Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park and other attractions in Orlando.
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  • Our children are young (so small) and this was the best water park for them we think, they asked to go back on our 'free day' so that's an endorsement there. Food and drinks are expensive, as with all...  more »
  • As this water park is a Disney park it was included in our park pass so we thought we'd give it a go. When we got in we were easily able to find some sunbeds for us all and as we brought our own towel...  more »
  • We have always loved this water park and try to visit it each time we are in Orlando. Our grandson went today for the first time and was thrilled with it. There is something for everyone to enjoy. The...  more »
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  • Such a fun place to visit! The water roller coaster is so fun. The wave pool is the best we have ever been to! Huge wave! They have a great store at this park, I bought a few bathing suits and a towel bag. The donuts are delicious, who would have thought a water park would have such awesome donuts!
  • This is a very nice water park and it's moderately priced compared to other Disney Parks. The ticket is almost half of what it would cost to visit Magic Kingdom plus you don't have the $20 parking fee. I would suggest getting there early so you can secure a lounge chair to place your belongings. I never bring towels from home since they rent them for $2 each and you don't have to worry about carrying wet towels full of sand with you. I would also suggest bringing plenty of snacks if you have kids. The kids meal went up to over $9 each. I used to pay about $6.50 at the parks so I guess they went up by that much. I would also buy the refillable cup which cost about $11. They have unlimited refills and make a nice souvenir. I strongly recommend getting complementary life jackets for the kids in the wave pool. There's a 6 foot wave that comes every couple of minutes and drags you. I personally found the wave pool to be a bit dangerous for small kids so use with caution. If you are a tourist looking for a Disney magical experience, this might not be your best choice. There are no characters whatsoever throughout the park and they do not have Disney decor. Other than that, the park is excellent with plenty of rides to go on.
  • This water park is very fun. The rides aren't the most thrilling, but they keep you busy and are fun. (except for the straight down one) The wave pool is very fun as well. Its fun being caught in the wave. Just be careful not to hit anyone. Why 4 stars? The wave pool could be dangerous, and you could get caught in a current or somebody could slam into you when a wave comes. Also the bottom is rough, so if a wave drags you on the bottom, you could get rubbed or scraped. Except for the small wave pool problem, this is a very fun water park. The wave pool can get addicting and you won't want to stop.
  • My husband and I managed to get his siblings and their families all together for a weekend trip. We decided that since none of us had ever been to a Disney water park we would go to Typhoon Lagoon since it seemed to be more child friendly. We were traveling with a 12 year old, 8 year old and a 2 year old; each one of the kids was able to get on the majority of the rides. When you first walk into the park there are lockers that are available to rent for $15 for the day which all of us took advantage of. Then we had to get the kids changed and it was great that they had changing rooms and bathrooms right by the lockers. We were lucky enough to bring our own towels because if not it would be $2 to rent a towel for the day. One thing that I definitely recommend is making a stop at Joffrey's Coffee cart right by the lockers. They have amazing Mini Donuts that you can buy by the half dozen or dozen and you can also buy a dipping sauce to go with it. They have chocolate, white chocolate, and raspberry. I highly recommend coming to Typhoon Lagoon!
  • I do enjoy Typhoon Lagoon. It's a very laid back themed water park with lush tropical landscaping and a wide assortment of loungers and beach areas. If you are able to drop a few hundred dollars (maybe split between your party), go for one of the cabanas. They sell out quickly in the summer, but afford you the luxury of being able to enjoy the park without fear of belongings going missing or, having your hard fought chairs and loungers stolen by late arrivals. There are many slides to enjoy, although Blizzard Beach is more your thing if you want lots of thrills. There's good dining options too.