We are taking our 1yr to Typhoon Lagoon in Aug. 08. What would you recommend that we pack for him for 1/2 a day at the park? Are there baby centers at the water parks like in the other parks?
- Asked by Deborah from WA on 2/17/2008
Well, unfortunately there are no Baby Centers at Typhoon Lagoon. There are however changing stations in the restrooms. I found a towel and a beach chair worked the best. I didn't like taking the little ones into the... read more
Hello Brigitta...Thank for for taking time out of your schedule to answer our many questions.
Mine is.....My son (9 yrs) and I ( ? :) will be going to WDW October 25 - November 2,08. We are wondering if Typhoon Lagoon will be opened? Thank You Kindly Pam
- Asked by Pamela from NM on 2/17/2008
Hi Pamela,You are so very welcome. I am absolutely thrilled to be giving advice to people that are visiting Walt Disney World. I love knowing that families are being given some very valuable information and tips, which I believe is... read more
Water Parks...My children are mediocre swimmers. Can life jackets can be worn on the water slides? And what is the depth of the water you come out in? Thanks. I love your panel, it is helping me a ton in preparation!
- Asked by brandy from GA on 2/4/2008
Hi Brandy,I am so glad the Moms Panel has been able to help you! This is what myself and the other panelists love to hear.Yes, your children can wear life jackets at the water parks. They are available for free if you leave... read more
My family and I(5boys ages 3,5,6,11,12) will be visiting the Disney world resort from 03/19-3/24/08 and I palnned for visiting the 4 parks but not the water parks. Is it warm enough that time of year to include the water parks on this trip?
- Asked by Tara from NC on 2/15/2008
It can be warm enough for the water parks but not always. You can always add the water park option later. We found it hard to get to the water parks unless we were staying for more that 6 nights. The parks kept us very busy when we... read more
First trip to WDW in 29 days!! Is it likely to be warm enough for the water parks? I'm a bit of a cold sissy but the kids & hubby are much more hardy.
- Asked by Jonelle from CA on 2/15/2008
We have been to Walt Disney World in March and it was very warm, and equally been a bit chilly. The weather can vary, as weather isn't a concrete element. The pools are heated, so that has been a saving grace for my kids. We always... read more