Explore Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

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Top 5 Attractions


Miss Adventure Falls

Climb into a four-person raft for a white-water adventure you won’t soon forget.


Crush ‘n’ Gusher

Dips and powerful jets of water propel you through uphill surges and downhill turns before a final plunge.


Mayday Falls

Hop on a one-person raft for an exhilarating ride as you venture through caverns with wild twists and turns.


Humunga Kowabunga

Catapult through the darkness for a near vertical, 5-story drop on this fierce thrill ride.


Castaway Creek

This 2,000-foot-long lazy river features misty waterfalls, overhead rope bridges and a cavernous tunnel.

Park Offerings

Legend tells the tale of the whirlwind storm that created Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, turning it into a tropical paradise where everyone in your group can make a splash.



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    Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Tips

    Whether it’s your first visit or you want to refine your approach, here are tips for having the adventure of a lifetime at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park.

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    Safe Fun in the Sun

    You should protect yourself from Florida’s sun while playing in the water or working on your tan, even on cloudy days. In addition to swim wear, be sure to bring sunblock or buy some at the park.

    Pack Lightly

    Keep things simple and portable, especially when traveling with kids. The last thing you want to do is juggle personal items around and feel weighed down. Streamline your necessities for a smoother day.

    Stay Hydrated

    Bring water, buy water or ask for free water and ice in a cup at any of the quick-service restaurants and eateries for your family. With all the excitement, someone might forget to stay adequately hydrated.

    Check Height Restrictions

    It's best to steer your kids away from experiences where you know they won't meet the height requirements, even if it's just half an inch. Safety comes first, and Cast Members won't budge on height requirements.

    Prepare for Rain

    This is Florida. Chances are it might rain. But seeing as you are already at a water park, you probably are not concerned with getting wet. Still, heed any warnings about leaving the water should they be made.

    Schedule Some Breaks

    It’s smart to make time for breaks to avoid exhaustion or meltdowns. Everyone will feel refreshed by heading back to the hotel for an afternoon nap or cool dip in the pool.

    Rider Swap or Switch

    Let a Cast Member know about your need to ride switch to accommodate small children or guests with special needs. One guest will wait at a designated area with the non-rider while a second guest rides. The riders then switch.

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