Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
4.5
Amusement & Theme ParksDisney Parks & Activities
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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  • Kathryn P
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin24 contributions
    Wonderful!
    This is the second time we've been to Typhoon Lagoon. I would pay every cent of the entire Florida vacation just to sit in this lazy river all day. I have older teens, so I can just stay in the lazy river while they go do their thing - the river is wide, the perfect temperature, takes about 25 minutes to make a full circle, and has those chair seats that are so much more comfortable than tubes. There are also a few tame family-style raft rides that were a nice touch. The wave pool is unique and very fun. Will be back for sure.
    Visited March 2023
    Written April 3, 2023
  • ChrisDebbie12
    Ipswich, United Kingdom132 contributions
    Water park
    Arrived very early, got ourselves an area partially in the shade. It was very clean. Staff were very helpful. We hired a locker which was $10. Overall we had a lovely day only negative is you can either buy a sunshade for $65 or hire one for $99.
    Visited April 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written April 9, 2023
  • fulltimeholidayer
    London, United Kingdom408 contributions
    Typhoon Lagoon
    Our first trip back in years and it was as good as I remember. Great fun rides, all operated by friendly helpful staff. What stands out for me is the park is spotlessly clean. I notice there weren't many shaded areas or umbrellas and they've stopped selling photos of you on the rides, which is a shame. We will return.
    Visited April 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written May 1, 2023
  • Gyeebo
    29 contributions
    Great day out, use Factor 50 if you can
    Great day out. Not much shade, but the lazy river and the main lagoon pool will occupy your time. Use F50. There are 3 tube routes round the edge and some slide options too. 9am until 5pm is enough.
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written June 12, 2023
  • momPenwortham
    316 contributions
    Excellent water park
    We came as a family of 6, two grandchildren aged 4 & 6. Hired two umbrellas an chairs, gorgeous white sand for kids to play on. The lazy river is huge, loved it, just slowly going round. Life guards are very attentive. The tidal pool is exactly that, be prepared to be dumped by 6ft waves. The park is spotless, and food very good. We throughly enjoyed our day here.
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written June 30, 2023
  • Wanderer581490
    121 contributions
    Fun morning out
    We spent a really fun three and half hours here towards the end of a two week holiday in Florida. It was very relaxing. We loved the wave pool! Remember to re apply your sun cream as it’s so easy to get burnt in the heat of the day. It’s a pity they don’t open earlier (like Volcano Bay) for people wishing to avoid the hottest part of the day. Disney know how to run a good theme park though. Great food options (including healthy ones), plenty of drinks stations, clean restrooms. $10 for a locker is a bit steep but what do you do?! Lazy river was nice before midday, then became so busy with people that it wasn’t so much fun as you just bump and bounce into one another. Overall, a nice trip out together as a family.
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written July 15, 2023
  • LuckyJammin
    11 contributions
    Just as I remember it, with updated Disney magic
    A great place to spend an entire day. There are areas to relax in between rides although not much shade so take plenty of sunscreen with you. The drink and food outlets are good enough, the restrooms were clean, the staff were friendly and helpful and it was a wonderful place to spend the day. More family friendly than Volcano bay, but the rides might be a little tamer as a result. The entire park is a lovely place to be
    Visited July 2023
    Written July 20, 2023
  • loftgroovv
    Southampton, United Kingdom32 contributions
    Good fun!
    Visited as a family of 5 and had a great time. We arrived for park opening and I would encourage this. It meant we could quickly do so many of the flume rides before the hordes descend over the coming hours. Good rides, nice stuff, seemed well run overall.
    Visited August 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written August 31, 2023
  • Christy R
    13 contributions
    Nice little water park for a fun chilled out day , but bad changing facilities
    It's a brilliant chilled out waterpark . So if you want thrilling rides like Wet n Wild used to offer... You won't find them hear , however the rides are still really fun ! The wave machine is actually really good and it was quite challenging swimming to the back of the pool where these were on because they are huge waves ! We rented the posher chairs for the day and it was nice to relax a little and do some easy fun water rides after a whole day theme parks the day before . The ladies changing facilities let it down , they were filthy, no toilet paper, broken showers, and It just let the park down , yes I get it's a water park , but it's Disney , in Orlando Florida ? The standard in there seemed on par with visiting a dirty ran down place.. Not Disney . I did tell staff at the park about it but they just said oh interesting... Very sub par customer service for Disney ... If they fixed this issue I would come again.
    Visited October 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written November 2, 2023
  • L18SUM
    Stirling, United Kingdom552 contributions
    Half day visit
    Our family of two adults, an 8 year old and a 6 year old visited here for a half day during our two weeks holiday in October. We stayed at the Art of Animation resort so took a bus to Disney Springs and changed to a bus for the water park - real easy. The park is welcoming with shower and locker facilities at the entrance. We picked a sun bed and chairs to the left of the entrance so we were close to the big wave pool. Arriving at around 10:30, there were some sun beds left but mostly taken. There's loads of chairs though. As we were resort guests, we were provided with towels from the shop on arrival. The wave pool is amazing and our kids enjoyed splashing on the waves. For the strongest waves, they put on the jackets to help them float which were provided around the park and in different sizes. The water slides were split into group rides (a number of you sharing a rubber ring) and individual ones. We didn't go on the most extreme ones but all the ones we went on were good fun. The lazy river was a big hit even if you have to wade around waiting for some floats to become available. There is a splash area for younger kids but we didn't go there as our kids are older now. We felt the park was safe with plenty of staff and lifeguards around. We didn't try the food outlets as we brought a packed lunch and were only there for a half day. A worthwhile visit to break up the holiday. Enjoy!
    Visited November 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written November 2, 2023
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Adam T
York, UK881 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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James E
Paisley, UK164 contributions
Jul 2022 • Family
Now I'm not a fan of water parks as I don't do most of the rides but this is my second favourite park.
When it comes to a wave pool I have never experienced better but its the rest of the park thar brings it down for me and it's the same old story money making over customers experience or it certainly looks that way.
When you enter the park there are lockers $10 or $15 each for the day now the park is really busy its 11.00 o a Friday but no issue 2 lockers between 5 of us meant the $15 lockers. From there the chance of getting a seat let alone a sunbed was non existent so plenty of the stuff you pay for not so much the "free" stuff and to be honest for the amount of people that are coming in there was no chance of a lot of people getting a seat there just wasn't enough space. Finally we "found" 3 chairs put out stuff down and went for food and refillable mugs. First stall no refillable mugs left and only 1 hot dog really its 11.00. Eventually found chicken tenders half way round the park. If you want a light meal buy the kids meals 2 chicken tenders, small fries, cookies and a bottle of water for $2 less than the adult meal 4 chicken tenders small fries.
The lazy river was so packed it didn't move that's after you Eventually find a ring once again the numbers don't add up.
Without the wave pool I wouldn't give this place 3 stars but its that good it earned the park 2 extra stars. Probably overly busy as blizzard beach is still closed. That seems like a poor bit of planning having a water park closed during the height of summer but what do I know. I think I'll give it a miss for the rest of this trip.
Written July 9, 2022
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Pandabear1966
Carnoustie, UK72 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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Rambling_Giant
Glasgow, UK716 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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chgomom24
13 contributions
Aug 2022
We bought tickets with the water park option included. On 8/5, we left Magic Kingdom at 11 and headed to the hotel to get ready for an afternoon at the water park. We arrived to find that the park was at capacity. We were turned away and told to "walk around Disney Springs" (in our swimsuits?) or "come back in 3 hours" to check the status. We were told there was no way to call or check in the app. Just come back and try again. While I appreciate that Disney has capacity limits on their parks, I am frustrated with the lack of communication with guests regarding the closure. The technology is there....they are able to send me an alert in the app saying that I'm near a quick service restaurant and should place a mobile order. I don't understand why they choose not to alert guests to a park closure. We lost at least 2 hours of our day and were stuck with nothing to do because it was 12:30 and too early to park hop. We could have been more flexible except for our dinner reservations that we had to make 60 days in advance. Disappointing for all as that was our last full day and it ended up a total stressful mess.
Written August 18, 2022
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Walshy Travels 🇬🇧
Portsmouth, UK3,434 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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BHurleyG
Richmond, VA42 contributions
Jun 2022
We had a wonderful time here: maybe our best experience of the trip. We had a cabana. It was $350 put come with free drinks all day and the ability to order less expensive family style meals, so with 6 people it almost paid for itself. The service wasn’t great. We never saw our attendant unless we called and even then it took a while, which is very different than the service at Volcano Bay, which was wonderful. Without the cabana though shady seating is hard to find. If you get there right at 9:50 you can ride 3-4 rides before the lines get long. Some of the rides were closed. Others had bit patches of peeling paint, so the park could really use some updates.
Written June 26, 2022
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june252000
Bermuda108 contributions
Jul 2022 • Family
Typhoon Lagoon was so much fun! The lazy river was the best and my daughter and husband enjoyed the thrill rides, including the Typhoon Lagoon itself. It was very hot there but plenty of places to cool off. I don’t have pics to share unfortunately, because unless you have a waterproof pack for your phone, it’s best to store it in the lockers provided at the front. Many talked about taking your own towels. At $2 a rental, I didn’t think traveling with a towel was necessary, but it’s a choice for sure. Also I’d previously read complaints about the way some guests were dressed and ruining the family-type atmosphere by doing so. I totally disagree. Yes there were some thongs but so what! I just explained to my 10 year old that some people dress that way and we don’t. Simple. Certainly not worth ruining a fun day out. Disney still had their game tight and if you are considering it, go. You will enjoy!
Written July 31, 2022
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Michael P
Lutterworth, UK138 contributions
Jul 2022 • Family
Always like visiting Typhoon lagoon. I was on the point of being out voted by the rest of my family who wanted to go to Blizzard beach luckily for me it’s currently closed and despite driving past a man made volcano nobody had clocked Universal’s latest water park. We all had a really great day at Typhoon lagoon and even a brief half hour shower in the afternoon didn’t dampen (I know) our enthusiasm. There is enough here whether you just want a relaxing chill out day or if you want the rush of a few rides it’s also here. May be getting a bit dated in some peoples eyes but for me it’s still number 1. Shame the price has risen so much over the years. $300 for a family of four just for entry is getting a little greedy imho
Written July 22, 2022
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JimmyG741
Littlehampton, UK120 contributions
May 2022 • Family
We decided to go here rather than get a lyft taxi to Volcano bay, at this time Blizzard Beach is shut and thought of ease we would try Typhoon Lagoon due to the ease of getting there via a transfer at Disney Springs.

The park was very clean with staff waiting to welcome you in with loud music and dances which set the theme to the day which was positives.

Plenty of beds we had one near the front of the wave pool, I would recommend getting in early to ensure a decent spot.

Buy a refillable drinks cup as it was $11.99 and it’s worth every Penny with lots of stations near to the restaurants.

Wave pool was the big hit and plenty of room, the other kids slides were also great and we managed miss falls ride as well.

A great day out and if you are staying at a Disney resort definitely come here!
Written May 30, 2022
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