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Typhoon Lagoon Waterpark

Those looking for a way to cool off while in Disney World should take time to check out the Disney Waterparks. Typhoon Lagoon waterpark transports guests to a tropical lagoon where a storm has wreaked havoc!

With plenty of exhilarating slides and water attractions (including the largest outdoor wave pool in the United States), guests will have plenty of things to keep them busy!

Typhoon Lagoon Waterpark

Typhoon Lagoon Waterpark Attractions

Popular attractions and features will delight guests, including exhilarating slides, flumes, and wet and “water-ful’’ play spaces for every member of the family.

Among the favorites:

Typhoon Lagoon Wave pool
Courtesy Disney

Typhoon Lagoon Surf Pool

Take a dip or hang 10 at America’s largest outdoor wave pool. This pool may seem tame, but any minute you will find waves surging through!

Miss Adventure Falls at Typhoon Lagoon

Miss Adventure Falls

The newest water ride at Typhoon Lagoon is a fast-paced family raft attraction.

Venture on the track that Captain Mary Oceaneer – a seafaring treasure hunter – took when she was caught years ago in a rogue typhoon, scattering her treasure across this tropical paradise.

Crush ‘n’ Gusher, a roller-coaster-like raft ride at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

Crush ‘n’ Gusher

A family favorite, this thrilling water coaster features three different 400-foot-long tube slides that are named for the various fruits they once transported.

Castaway Creek

Nothing beats relaxing on a lazy river. This scenic river takes you around the water park, where you will pass through shady grottoes, gushing waterfalls, and lush rainforest landscapes.

Typhoon Lagoon Humunga Kowabunga

Humunga Kowabunga

More adventurous guests will enjoy a set of three adrenaline-filled body slides set against the steep inclines of Mount Mayday.

Surfing at Typhoon Lagoon

Learn to Surf at Typhoon Lagoon

One of the coolest features of Typhoon Lagoon is that you can actually take surf lessons.

The Surf Pool uses state-of-the-art technology to create a perfectly controlled wave each time, including right, left or center peaks.

The park opens early for those who want to test their surf skills or learn to surf in a group setting with a certified surf instructor.

Cost is $199 per person

What to Eat at Typhoon Lagoon

Typhoon Lagoon, like the rest of Disney parks, offers unique treats! Those looking for Dole Whip, will be glad to know that Snack Shack features Dole Whip in new ways!

There are two Moana-inspired DOLE Whip character cones and tropical Dole Whip flavors like mango, lime, raspberry or pineapple Dole Whip.

Adults can indulge of the alcohol version of Dole Whip by mixing in tequila, coconut rum or dark rum.

To mark the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World Resort, Typhoon Lagoon has added several new menu items:

  • Walt’s Chili Nachos at Snack Shack takes Walt Disney’s beloved chili recipe and adds it to house-fried tortillas, topped with cheese, guacamole, shredded lettuce, tomato, onion, sour cream and jalapeño.
  • EARidescent Ice Dream Cone at Happy Landings is offering a birthday cake-flavored soft-serve swirl in a white chocolate-dipped cone honors the celebration with EARidescent sprinkles.
Typhoon Lagoon Waterpark

Spending the day at Typhoon Lagoon is the perfect way to spend the day! Worried the water might be too cold? Don’t. Disney makes sure to heat all of their pools to a comfortable temperature so you won’t catch a chill!

Trying to decide between Typhoon Lagoon & Blizzard Beach? Both waterparks are similar in terms of offering plenty of water fun but have a whole different spin on rides & attractions.

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