Thanks for all the valuable info. I am thinking of adding 'water parks & more' option, but will be visiting mid Oct08. Will it be warm enough for the water parks? Also, what is Disney Quest?
- Asked by Joni from AL on 3/19/2008
I love the Disney Water Parks. My family and I live in Florida and we visit Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach throughout most of the year. I believe you will find that by mid-October the weather will still be warm enough to... read more
Do the water parks have life vests for children who may not be able to swim? I have a 6 year old who is tall and due to developmental issues can't swim. If they don't may I bring one into the park? Or can I go before him to be there?
- Asked by Lisa from NY on 3/19/2008
Hi there Lisa,Yes, the Water Parks do offer life jackets for you to use while you are there. You will have to leave a deposit which is refundable or you may leave an identification card until you bring it back. If you think he may be... read more
Plan on going to Blizzard Beach with our 15yr and 12yr old week of March 16th 2008. Some places say to make sure you wear shoes on the hot concrete and walking up the stairs, but what do you do with your shoes when you get to a slide like Summit Plummit?
- Asked by Marla from KS on 3/11/2008
Blizzard Beach is a great place for teens!I've been to Blizzard Beach several times and I agree that pavement can get a bit hot. If you choose to wear water shoes to the park to save your feet, you should choose a style that will stay on your feet... read more
Is there transporation directly to Typhoon Lagoon from the All-Star Movies resort?
- Asked by Linda from PA on 3/10/2008
Hi Linda,You will find the bus transportation at the All-Star Movies Resort located at Cinema Hall (the main building) at the end of the lobby...just exit by the front doors located next to the gift shop. You will find that there are signs for... read more
I'm a mom of 4, youngest 2 cannot swim well. Would it still be worth while going to Blizzard Beach as a family or will I end up struggling to keep 2 non-swimmers safe & having fun? I don't want to end up in the kiddie pool for the entire time! THANKS.
- Asked by Laurie from MI on 3/9/2008
Our last several trips to the WDW water parks have been AMAZING. We particularly LOVE Blizzard Beach. In fact, my girls now almost prefer Blizzard Beach to the Magic Kingdom. But they are 8 and 11 and all good swimmers now. We can spend an entire... read more