Disney's water parks

Disney’s water parks – Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach are truly a water lovers dream come true. From lazy rivers to kick back and relax in to splash areas for the littlest swimmers in your crew-the whole family can get into the fun. The true standouts, however, are the thrill rides. Slides like Summit Plummet at Blizzard Beach that sends riders down a staggering 12 story drop really put Disney’s water parks in a class all their own.

With so many thrilling options to choose from it can be hard to choose exactly where to start. Will you head for Misadventure Falls first? This fast-paced family-friendly raft ride takes you on a treasure hunt through rapids and caves on the longest ride at a Disney water park. Or maybe Humunga Kowabunga is calling your name with it’s near verticle drop in complete darkness. Perhaps, you’ll begin at Blizzard Beach and take on the Tobbagan Racers and race head first down a melting ski slope. No matter where you start, however, you’ll be sure to make memories that will last a lifetime.

Disney makes it easy to squeeze just a little more fun in the sun out of your summer too! While most water parks have already closed for the season, Disney keeps the fun going at Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach until October 28! They will reopen again just a few short months later on January 6, 2019! So what are you waiting for? Take the plunge down one of the exhilarating water slides today!

Check out just how many ways you can get your adrenaline pumping:

Amazing Adrenaline Rushes at Disney's Water Parks 1

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