Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, Orlando

Cool off with a relaxing dip in one of the world's largest outdoor wave pools at Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park. As one of two aquatic parks at Walt Disney World Resort, the complex offers an array of water attractions ranging from gentle wading pools to exhilarating thrill rides. Speed down five stories at almost 64 km/h (40 mph) on the Humunga Kowabunga waterslide, or take a chance snorkeling with dozens of sharks and stingrays at Shark Reef. Feel free to pack your own lunch, or stop by one of the park’s many outdoor eateries. Arrive sooner rather than later in terms of both lines and temperatures. Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Orlando Edition.
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  • Typhoon Lagoon was a good experience for my wife and grandchildren. We stayed at the park all day and the kids had so much fun and when it was time to leave they didn't want to leave. This was a great...  more »
  • This park is amazing. From the wave pool to the lazy river, top notch. Even better, the adults can have fabulous frozen cocktails, beer, you name it. The food is excellent too. We had so much fun!  more »
  • We had a great day. Wave pool was lots of fun. Wait for food was kinda long. Best to arrive early if you want a place to lounge. The water was warm and it was a nice warm sunny day. Sitting here 25 minutes after they "closed " wondering when they actually close. Wave pool still running. Small parking lot and you don't have to pay to park. Despite it being spring break, 30 minutes or less to ride slides.
  • A really good fun water park. Some very good slides, though there are certain slides that you can only go on as a pair. A nice long lazy river round the park. A fantastic wave pool. A very good selection of food and not too badly priced considering it's a Disney park. I loved the shark reef you could snorkel through, though not sure if it's still there. Highly recommended relaxing day out.
  • Nice spread out feeling park. We went on quiet morning so managed to bag one of their shaded cabanas for free as they weren't reserved. On a busy day if you want shade you would want to book one as most seating is in the sun. Toddler area is huge but would recommend some pool/sea shoes as the non slip surface is very rough and we had a few grazes. The wave pool is immense, huge surf size waves with a good bit of power. Lazy river is exactly that. Plenty of floats but it is a bit chilly first thing in the morning!
  • Well designed park for all ages. The facilities were clean. Lots of areas where you can relax with minimal noise as well. I highly recommend snorkeling! Make sure you get their early to enjoy all of the park. Parking is not free.
  • We left Animal Kingdom as it was too crowded for the water park. Best decision. Everyone was able to relax and have some fun. They have extended menus for vegan and gluten free options. Facilities are clean. Cocktails are delicious.

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