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. Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , online itinerary creator Edition.
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Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park reviews

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  • This waterpark is ace! We rented the umbrellas which consisted of 3 loungers, 2 chairs and a table in a private area of the park. It was lovely to have a base to come back to. The pools are great... 
    This waterpark is ace! We rented the umbrellas which consisted of 3 loungers, 2 chairs and a table in a private area of the park. It was lovely to have a base to come back to. The pools are great...  more »
  • This is a family friendly water park. The wave pool is fantastic and the waves come frequently. The lazy river now has 'chair' style tubes which made it easier to get in and out off. 
    This is a family friendly water park. The wave pool is fantastic and the waves come frequently. The lazy river now has 'chair' style tubes which made it easier to get in and out off.  more »
  • We had a nice day at the park - free entry was included in our 14 day disney ticket. The wave pool is amazing - not for the faint hearted! Wasn’t expecting the strength of the tidal waves and was... 
    We had a nice day at the park - free entry was included in our 14 day disney ticket. The wave pool is amazing - not for the faint hearted! Wasn’t expecting the strength of the tidal waves and was...  more »
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  • This is a great place to visit for a weekend, long break and or vacation! Its honestly the best! Its safe friendly and loaded with fun everywhere you go! Then we get to the wave pool! All i can is you have never been to a real one until you have been here! It is such a crazy experience & super fun for all!! •Highly Recommended•Trusted Review•
  • Typhoon Lagoon is currently the only Disney water park open. It is a wonderful fun option for enjoying a park at Disney. I was especially impressed with the many fun activities for toddlers. There is a section for toddlers that even includes a mini tube ride - which the kids between ages 2-5 just loved. The family friendly raft rides were also super fun for toddlers. And finally the slides that empty on to the wave pool are designed for kids age 2-5. Overall - Typhoon lagoon is a super fun place to visit!
  • We had a great experience overall. There was no charge for parking. We packed a beach bag with towels, etc, and there were plenty of chairs throughout the park and we opted to put our stuff on one of the chairs as our home base. It did thunderstorm for an hour while we were there, but staff inside the store was super nice and gave out free towels for everyone. The entire staff was pleasant all day and made the experience great. Food/alcohol is pricey but it’s Disney. It’s expected. Lazy River was by far my favorite. Everyone was super respectful and it was very enjoyable.
  • Nice water park, especially if you spring for a cabana. I would recommend nothing else. It's well worth the money. You get free water, non-alcoholic beverages and your own private sitting area all day. The only reason I gave it four stars instead of five was because of an interaction with a lifeguard. We had a large number of people in our party. One of them had a one year old. There was a gentle raft ride and she asked the lifeguard at the bottom of the ride if she was able to take her child on the ride with her. The lifeguard said she could. She waited in line and when she got to the top that lifeguard told her she couldn't ride with anyone but herself. She proceeded to explain what the lifeguard at the bottom said but she was turned away and had to make the walk of shame back down to the bottom. I really have no problem with any of what occurred up to this point. What the issue was that when she reached the bottom, a different lifeguard was there and said to her that he didn't tell her she could ride with her child (the lifeguard at the top must have communicated the conversation with him via radio). The individual in our party told him it wasn't he who said that but someone else. The lifeguard told her that no one in the park would tell her that was okay. Here's the thing, I get that their job is to look out for everyone's safety but the interaction really put a dark cloud over the day for that individual. There were a lot of lifeguards that were fantastic that day and very customer friendly but this particular one was not and could've easily taken a different approach. I'm sure Disney doesn't care whether one family was affected by a rude employee but I think they should. And, if they somehow do, I hope they take this to heart. A kind response in the face of controversy goes a long ways. Though the individual in my party wasn't being aggressive or rude, even if she was professionalism should be observed at all times. I work in an industry where there are extremely aggressive people and rudeness is an every day thing. I, nor the people I work with, would ever respond with anything but a respectful tone. Disney, being in a service industry, should demand the same from it's employees. Again, almost everyone we interacted with at Typhoon Lagoon was great. It just takes one bad apple to ruin the bunch. And unfortunately we found one.
  • In my opinion Typhoon Lagoon is the best water park in Orlando, maybe even in all of central Florida. It's a great place to get away from it all for a day and feel like you're in a tropical paradise. There are so many ways to have fun or you can just relax and feel like it's a lazy day at the beach. Highly recommended.

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