My five year old son takes swimming lessons and only needs 1 back float to swim. Can he wear a back float in the pool? Or does it have to be a full life jacket?
- Asked by Melissa on 3/15/2013
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! If you are asking about the Disney Resort Hotel pools, each resort offers a limited supply of life jackets, though not required to wear. They are first come, first served, so if it is important... read more
Hello! I was wondering if you could help answer a few questions for me regarding the parasailing excursion at WDW. My husband is 6'8" and 280 lbs and was just wondering if you knew if there was a height restriction. Thanks :)
- Asked by Christine on 3/6/2013
Great news! Your husband can get ready to enjoy a bird's-eye view of the magic with Sammy Duvall's Parasailing. I spoke directly with their staff and they confirmed that there is no maximum height restriction. There is, however, a... read more
Allison - thanks for the parasailing info. Our daughter is bringing a friend along on our trip. If the two of them go parasailing but there is no room on the boat for me, is there someone on the boat who can take pictures of the girls for us? Thanks!
- Asked by Chere on 3/3/2013
Welcome back Chere!
I contacted the awesome people at Sammy Duvall's Watersports Centre at Disney's Contemporary Resort. Hopefully there will be room for you on board to see your daughter and her friend during their parasailing adventures... read more
There is tons of info about wheelchair accessibility except for one area: pools & swimming. Our son is wheelchair bound & he also has a special "beach wheelchair" - will he be able to use this at the beaches and in the zero entry pools?
- Asked by TIA on 2/26/2013
Hi Tia! Swimming is such a great opportunity even for our wheelchair bound guests. It is especially easy for those that have the beach chairs that can provide access in the sand.
One of the nicest pool facilities on property is the Stormalong Bay... read more
I have two girls, one is 2, the other is 4. Which water park would they enjoy the most-Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach?
- Asked by cheri from MN on 2/19/2013
Hello and welcome to the Moms Panel!
In my opinion, Disney's Blizzard Beach has more to offer for your little ones. This water park has an entire area dedicated to the little ones. Tykes Peak will keep them busy for hours... read more