Which water park is usually more crowded? Thanks you guys are great!!
- Asked by sue on 8/1/2013
There really is no rhyme or reason as to which Disney Water park is more crowded. In general, I would say that the weekends tend to be more crowded than the weekdays at both parks. Additionally, school breaks and... read more
When we enter Typhoon Lagoon where do we go for chairs in the shade?
- Asked by sue on 7/31/2013
My family loves Typhoon Lagoon! The wave pool is like being in the ocean, snorkeling with the fish is fun and the water roller coasters are a great way to cool off!
When we head to Typhoon Lagoon for the day, we usually find a shady... read more
My kids are 7yo (50+in in height) and 4yo (43 inches in height). Deciding between Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach,is there one that suits my family best? We want to pick the one that has the most rides for everyone, not just the 7yo and up.
- Asked by Katrina on 7/29/2013
Of the two Water parks at Walt Disney World; to me, Blizzard beach would probably be the best fit for you. We were there this past June and went to both parks. We were able to go on more rides at Blizzard Beach and really enjoyed... read more
We are planning a 7-day stay at WDW and we want to include the Water Park Fun Option. I understand it gives you the same amount of days as your tickets for the parks. Is that so? Should I buy a 5-day ticket for the parks & enjoy 2 days at the water par
- Asked by Roxana on 7/26/2013
Hello, Roxana! Welcome to the Moms Panel!
I am very excited to hear that your Walt Disney World planning is well underway! You must be thrilled and, as far as I'm concerned, planning is just as exciting as the actual vacation itself.... read more
Hello~ What is the water at the water parks treated with? Is it heavily chlorinated? (Child w/ sensitive skin & allergies) Also, what is the best way to get from water parks directly to theme parks later in day without returning back to our resort firs
- Asked by Lynne on 7/25/2013
Hi Lynne! Disney Mom Anna recently researched this question and found that the water parks at Walt Disney World use an Ozone filtration system, which is green friendly and does not use chlorine. Please consult your doctor with regard to your... read more