How to Use Disney’s Water Park Fun & More Option


Waterpark Fun

Though we may be saying good-bye to the last remnants of Summer, luckily for visitors to Florida, there still won’t be any shortage of warm temperatures in which to bask at one of Walt Disney World’s two water parks: Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon.  However, if there’s a Magic Your Way add-on that tends to get lost in the shuffle, its the Water Park Fun and More option.   For most, it can’t compete with the value of adding the Park Hopper option and for others, well its just difficult to uncover what exactly is included in this advantageous add-on.  We here at DisneyAddicts think there’s a lot to love about Water Park Fun and More. We’ll explain the ins and outs so that you can decide whether or not its a worthy addition to your next Disney itinerary.

What’s included in the Water Park Fun and More option? Those purchasing Water Park Fun and More can gain entry to the following:

  • Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park
  • Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
  • DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park
  • ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex (This includes 30 mins of game access at The PlayStation Pavilion) – Separate cost of admission required for some attractions.
  • Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course
  • Disney’s Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course
  • Disney’s Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course

How many visits do I get to the places listed above?  The way this add-on works is that you get a “Fun” visit for everyday that you have a park ticket for.  So if you have a 5 day theme park ticket and purchase the add-on, then you essentially have 5 visits to any of the locations listed above.  A four day ticket gets four fun visits etc. etc.  The only exception is that for a 1 day ticket with the add-on they upped the fun visits from 1 to 2 to give you a bit more bang for your buck. There’s a lot of flexibility in terms of how you use your visits, with the only restriction being that you must use them within 14 days of activation.  A perks, is that you can use them on the same day as your Disney park admission.  So, you can spend the morning at Magic Kingdom and when things start to heat up go to Blizzard Beach.  Or, you could get a 5 day theme park ticket with the Water Park add-on and on days 6 & 7 use up a few of your fun visit allocations.

How much does the Water Park Fun and More add-on cost? The great thing about this add-on is that there is a flat-rate.  Meaning that if you had a 3 day park ticket or if you had a 6 day park ticket the rates would remain the same. The cost is currently $68.10 for the add-on.  A one day admission to one of the Water Parks is usually $60.00 per adult and $54 for children (6-9).  This makes it a great option for those with longer stays that might pay several visits to the water parks or have the time to enjoy some of the other locations listed above.  The value would however be less for those with shorter stays.

I bought a Park Hopper ticket.  That will get me into the Water Parks right? Sadly not.  The Park Hopper is great for allowing you to visit more than one theme park each day but it only includes the 4 main parks: Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot and Hollywood Studios.  Even with the Park Hopper option, if you wanted to enjoy the water parks you would need to buy a separate ticket or pay for the Water Park add-on as well. However, there is good news in that Disney does offer both add-ons bundled together for additional savings.  Park Hopper currently runs about $73.00 per ticket.  Water Park Fun and More as mentioned above is $68.16.  If you combine them into the Park Hopper and Water Park Fun and More add-on,  instead of paying $141.65,  it will cost $101.18.  So that’s a savings of $40.00.

Is it worth it? It absolutely can be.  If you visit a water park more than once during your stay it has already paid for itself.  If you were to take advantage of the other locations included in the offer then there is also definitely added value.  Here’s a quick run-down of the costs of these locations if you were paying out-of-pocket.

  • Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach: 1 day admission (no-blackout dates) $60.00 per adult and $54.00 per child (ages 3-9).
  • Disney Quest: 1 Day Pass $47.93 per adult and $39.00 per child.
  • Winter Summerland or Fantasia Miniature Golf – $14 per adult $12.00 per child.
  • ESPN Wide World of Sports: $17.50 per adult and $12.50 per child.
  • Oak Trail Golf Course: $39.90 per adult and $21.00 per junior.

So whether its the indoor attractions at Disney Quest (which make a great rainy day activity by the way), the greens of Oak Trail or spending an afternoon tubing on a lazy river, if you are the active Disney-goer that likes to give everything a try, this may be a nice option to consider on your next trip to the Mouse.

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  1. We’re planning a 2 week trip next year and I was considering upgrading our tickets to the hopper & water parks & more option but I had a few concerns.
    #1 If we go for 2 weeks we can only get a 10 day ticket to the main parks. So I was planning on hitting the water parks on a non-ticket day. But then I wasn’t sure if that would be possible if our tickets are for 10 days only? Example: Days 1-10 are main park days and then days 11-14 would be for water parks & more. Would that work? Could we mix it up? Day 1, 3, & 5 (for example) be main park days & days 2 & 4 be used at the water parks? Or does the “water parks & more” add on fall into the 10 day window as well? Hope that makes sense!
    #2 If we visit Blizzard Beach we use 1 of our “fun” visits. What if we want to go back to BB? Are you allowed to use the “fun” visits at the same place mulitple days?
    #3 This has nothing to do with the water park add on & I think I know the answer but I want to check. With a 10 day ticket we don’t have to use the park entries in a consecutive 10 days correct? As long as they are used with in 14 days of activation right?
    I hope this wasn’t too confusing! And sorry it’s so long! Thank you for your help!

  2. Hi Meegan,
    Thanks for following along. To answer your first question about Water Park Tickets, yes! You can use them after you visit the theme parks. They are valid for 14 days so that would work just fine. It is also fine to mix it up as well. There is a lot of flexibility there!

    Each visit to any of the locations listed above takes up one fun visit. If you visit Blizzard Beach 4 times lets say then you are using up 4 fun visits.

    Also that is correct about the 10 day ticket. They do not need to be consecutive. You are able to take days off in between. Many guests do this to visit Disney Springs, spend a day at the resorts etc.

    If you need any more help please feel free to get in touch with me directly at

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