Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

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Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
4.5
Water Parks • Disney Parks & Activities
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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, one of 2 Water Parks in Walt Disney World Resort, features attractions for the whole family—from fast waterslides to a children's area with pint-sized raft rides. Catch 6-foot waves in the Surf Pool and snorkel Shark Reef—with real sharks!Escape to a tropical paradise where you'll discover a storm of fun in the sun. Disney's Typhoon Lagoon water park is the place to go for aquatic thrill-seekers of all ages. In addition to great waterslides, you'll love the lazy river, wave pool and children's play area!
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Rambling_Scot
Lossiemouth, UK458 contributions
May 2022 • Family
I think my review pretty much mirrors those given by others previously. This water park is very hard to beat. I’ve yet to visit ‘Volcano Bay’ but when I do so next week, it will have to be special to top ‘Typhoon Lagoon’.

The setting is what once was a tropical paradise, destroyed at the hands of a typhoon. A Shrimp boat known as ‘Miss Tilly’ lies upside down on ‘Mount Mayday’, which erupts with a water geyser every so often. All over the island there are the remains of boats, equipment and surfing gear. Disney have done wonders in creating this scene.

As for the running of the park, it was pristine. Every member of staff I spoke with was polite. They were happy, friendly and it seemed to rub off on the guests! It really makes such a difference.

We managed to get on a lot of rides. I highly recommend the ‘Humunga Kowabunga’ if you’re a thrill seeker, the ‘Banana Blaster’ for a bit of fun and the highlight, the 12 foot ‘Wave Pool’. I don’t think you’ll experience many like it around the world - the adrenaline rush when the wave pushes through is something else!

Final recommendations - invest in the Souvenir Cup (free refills and if it’s hot, you’ll need them), top up your sun protection regularly (you are highly exposed to it) and, use the lockers provided for valuables (it puts your mind at ease).
Written May 21, 2022
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The Walsh Family🇬🇧
Portsmouth, UK3,355 contributions
Mar 2022 • Friends
Having disappointing experiences at the main Disney theme parks we were pleasantly surprised to have a relaxing and fun day here.

The mood instantly starts well when you see a near empty parking lot and best of all - no parking charge!! During our week’s stay in Orlando in early March there had been a thunder storm everyday so the weather was somewhat unpredictable but thankfully by the time the thunderstorm came on the day of our visit to the waterpark we had decided we wanted to go anyway. But that was fine - it was around 2pm but the park wasn’t busy at all and so we actually managed to do everything on offer and have a very fun time doing so too.

This waterpark isn’t as good or thrilling as Blizzard Beach which we had done on a previous trip to Disney but it does offer something different and I would say is probably more suited to young families/ tweens as the majority of the slides were somewhat tame and majestic.

The wave pool however was the absolute highlight. We’ve never seen waves so big and exhilarating. Lots of fun but very powerful. Don’t underestimate how deep the water goes and how powerful the wave pool is.
Written March 30, 2022
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Adam T
York, UK741 contributions
Sep 2019
Most people we spoke to wouldn’t think of rope dropping a water park, but we found it was a really effective way of getting things done. Turn up about 15 minutes before they open (which still gives you a lie in as they open later anyway) and you’ll be right at the front of the queue. Save time by going in your swimwear and renting towels there, which are free for resort guests. To make things even easier, avoid taking any valuables, pay for everything with your magic band, and just leave your now small pile of belongings on a sunlounger while you get on the rides. Doing all this, we managed to ride Crush n Gusher three times back to back with no queue, and complete every ride in the park including more than one lap of the lazy river all before lunch time. Also don’t forget to bring watershoes as they will save burning your feet on the hot stone paths.
Written August 15, 2020
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Pandabear1966
Carnoustie, UK66 contributions
Feb 2022
How can this experience be improved? Disney can train their staff regarding manners. On arrival at Typhoon Lagoon the lady (loose term) demanded ‘open your box’. My husband lifted the lid of our cooler to be barked at ‘underneath’ in reference to what was below our sandwiches and chips. There was no’please, thankyou or have a nice day’. What has happened to Disney staff?
My main gripe is Disneys greed however. They are operating a two tier system. Those who can afford the entry fee as opposed to those who pay extra to get nicer sun beds and umbrellas if you are prepared to pay more. Large swathes of the park have been handed over to the financially elite whilst the minions fry under the Florida skies.
Lastly, having been going to Disney for 30 years you see the decline. A lot of the fun water jets around the lazy river were off, the stranded boat on the mountain doesn’t spout water and the shark lagoon (which closed in 2016) has been replace with sand, sun beds and no imagination. Walt would be dismayed. Umbrellas would be appreciated for these cheap seats up the back!
Written February 18, 2022
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36ian
Barnsley, UK143 contributions
Apr 2022 • Family
This is now the most palletable of Disneys parks, there's still big crowds of people but they are more evenly dispersed . The main attraction is the wave pool but the lazy river is good fun too. Where this park let's itself down is the drinks and food. Our youngest wanted some fries, they were over $5 and there wasn't enough to feed a mouse. See our photo of the actual portion, it's disgusting, Disney are shameless. It's not put us off coming here but we will definitely be bringing our own drinks and snacks next time.
Written April 3, 2022
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Sarah Jayne Leam
Derbyshire, UK459 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
We visited at the end of January on a colder day which meant no locals went, hardly any tourists as it was classed as a cold day! To us it was fantastic, the staff were outstanding and welcoming, So friendly and happy to help. When we got to the park there was about 5 other guests and we went on everything and had access to everything really quickly.
We had donuts for breakfast from Joffreys and coffee. We purchased a refillable mug for soft drinks and that was brilliant for our daughters.

A brilliant park, with extremely friendly staff, would come here all the time over any other water park!
Written February 11, 2020
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TomBooze
Cardiff, UK419 contributions
May 2019 • Family
We had a good day out at typhoon lagoon, it was the first of the 3 water parks we visited because I’d been telling my wife and our son about the waves for years. It’s one of the main things I remembered from my trips to Florida as a teenager. It didn’t disappoint, I think the unbelievably huge waves in the pool are the USP for TL and the family agreed.

The 3 of us loved humunga kowabunga. This slide is like being rocketed through a car wash, it’s certainly one to make sure you close your mouth on. By the time you shoot out of the end you are left wondering what just happened. Brilliant.

The other two highlights are crush ’n’ gusher and mayday falls. Crush n gusher is a water coaster for 1 or 2 people with uphills and propulsion pads and mayday falls is a single seater raft ride. Mayday is quite a long ride with a good mix of elements on the way down.

The other slides are less intense and pretty much suitable for anyone who makes the height restriction. There’s a good mix of intensity so everyone should be ok to find something they like.

This park for me is more aesthetically pleasing than blizzard beach and it’s quite a bit bigger. Make sure you experience the 6 foot swells in the wave pool!
Written March 4, 2020
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Gonkie
Maidstone, UK94 contributions
Apr 2022
This is the best water park that I've ever been to.

The ginormous wave tidal wave pool is so much fun and very exhilarating.

The lazy river is great for a gentle relaxing ride, apart from the odd water spray or waterfalls!

The 2 body slide rides are so fast and fun.

Crush 'n' Gusher is another great ride with the inflatables.

There's lots of food choices and some great ice creams, doughnuts and more.

There are lockers to rent for $10 or $15 dollars and the towels are free for Disney resort guests.
Written April 29, 2022
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Ziggy125
Greater Manchester, UK1,230 contributions
Apr 2022
We stayed in Walt Disney World for 2 weeks from 31/3. We knew Blizzrd beach was closed but we were not prepared for how busy this park would be. We had to get 2 buses, 1 to Disney Springs then another to Typhoon Lagoon. We eventually arrived at 11am (as one bus went straight past as was already full), but couldn't find one bed or chair that was free. It was shoulder to shoulder in the lazy river so we decided it was too hot to keep wandering round so we left. As we were going out the main entrance, the lady said 'thanks for visiting'. It was a joke how many people they had let in and there were so many more people being let in as we were leaving. We have been before and enjoyed it but this was a waste of time. Apart from it not being completely safe, you couldn't have enjoyed it being so busy.
Written April 19, 2022
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Zombieflaky
Leicestershire, UK57 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
Favourite water park at disney
There's lots of different water slides to go on. Would recommend the crush n gusher water slide as its my favourite you do have to carry your floaty up stairs tho.
The wave pool is fun too
Food is also pretty good
Written December 27, 2020
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