Hi! We are traveling to WDW the week of Thanksgiving! I was wondering is it worth it that we have the water Parks added to our tickets? Will it still be warm enough to go to the water Parks? Thank you so much for the help!!!!*+.-+.*+.
- Asked by Tiffany from IN on 9/22/2011
It's really hit or miss down there around that time as you can see from these numbers, the Average Temperature is 68.8 °F with a Record High of 89 °F and Record Low of 29 °F... If you add the Waterpark Fun and More... read more
ifi get the preimuim dinning plan it says you get unlimited recreation with sammy water sports. Does that mean that you get to jet ski and parasail for free? Like im asking if its all included with the premium pkg price or if you still got to pay
- Asked by Jamie from TN on 8/12/2011
Yes, it's true! Guests on the Premium or Platinum Dining Plan get to take advantage of unlimited parasailing, water skiing, wake boarding, tubing, and water craft rentals at Sammy Duvall's Sports Centre while staying at their... read more
Is it too cold in mid-February to swim in the resort pools. I'm assuming they are outdoor pools? Are they heated? We are staying at Grand Floridian. Thank you!!
- Asked by Jeanine from PA on 1/6/2009
The average temperatures for the Disney World area in mid February is highs in the low seventies and lows in the fifties, but the one thing I know for sure is there are many times that this average is wrong and it can get much warmer.
The pools... read more
I am bringing my grandson 16 years of age. We are going to the water park where I know the cement is hot during the summer. What type of shoe would be in for this age group? Do they where flip-flops when they go down the rides. Are water shoes for men?
- Asked by Susan from OH on 7/11/2011
I would recommend water shoes for your grandson. They are widely worn by both men and women and are excellent for the water parks. They will protect his feet from the incredibly hot pavement, and he'll be able to wear them... read more
Hi there, we've read somewhere that ladies are banned from wearing bikini's in the water parks due to possible indecency issues on the big slides etc, and that they have to wear an all in one swim suit, is this correct as it was seen on an unofficial site.
- Asked by NIGEL from WEST YORKSHIRE on 6/13/2011
Hi, Nigel! A quick check of the Walt Disney World Water Parks' websites show lots of pictures of ladies in two-piece swimsuits. A closer look yielded the following clothing information on the official website:
Proper dress is... read more