We are planning a family trip to DW in Sept/Oct. Our kids will be 3 and 5 and we'd like to take them to one of the water parks. Which one is best suited for young children and can we rent beach towels there as opposed to bringing them from home?
- Asked by Chantal from ON on 3/4/2008
In my opinion, Blizzard Beach is the better water park for younger kids. There is an entire area there called Tikes Peak that is designed for the 2-6 age range. There is a zero-entry pool-type area with waterfalls and fountains, some mini-slides,... read more
What is the best time of day to visit the water parks and how much time should a 25 year old expect to plan for in the water parks?
- Asked by DAVID from NJ on 3/1/2008
We are HUGE water park fans. As a family, the consistently best times we've ever had at WDW have been at Blizzard Beach. And for Disney fans like us, that's really saying something. There are two schools of thought on when to enter the water parks:... read more
Hi Brigitta! Do you think I'll have time to visit Typhoon & Blizz Beach in 1 day (10 to 5pm)? I LOVE them & would like my DD to visit both on her 1st WDW visit. Also, pls share your thoughts about the Pop Cent (just switched from the AS Movies).Thk
- Asked by Sophia from Lima on 3/3/2008
Hello Sophia,To tell you the truth, you can certainly do this, but I prefer to go to one of the water parks for most of the day! I find that going to one of them early and then securing a couple of beach loungers and planting ourselves in a... read more
My daughter (9) is ABSOLUTELY CRAZY about sharks. We plan to swim with the sharks at TL but I'm wondering if there is anything they might do for her to make her dream of swimming with sharks a little extra special? It would mean the world to her!
- Asked by Dawn from NS on 2/27/2008
I see a Shark Biologist in your future. I myself prefer swimming with dolphins. Since your daughter dreams of sharks, let me see if I can help plan a memorable day. What a great idea to make this dream come true for her. Certainly you are headed to... read more
What kind of dress restrictions do the water parks have? Can we go on the slides if we wear a T-shirt over our bathing suits to cut down on sunburn?
- Asked by Sandy from OK on 2/25/2008
I was at Typhoon Lagoon last week and was actually looking for some kind of dress code signage. The only signs at TL that I could find that mention anything about clothing say
something to the effect of "no exposed metal or swimsuits with... read more