Humunga Kowabunga at Typhoon Lagoon

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park– watery fun for everyone

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park is one of the wettest, wateriest, most wonderful Parks in Florida and is reputed to be home to one of the world’s largest outdoor wave pools.

The idea is that a typhoon has blasted through a tropical paradise, leaving loads of items for you to play with, like surfboards, the odd shipwreck, and of course, plenty of water slides. At its heart is ‘Miss Tilly’, a shrimp boat that sits precariously on the top of Mount Mayday.

Castaway Creek at Typhoon Lagoon

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park rides and main attractions

Typhoon Lagoon - Dining

Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park Food and Drink

Kick back and relax and enjoy yummy food at a range of eateries: 

  • Happy Landings Ice Cream — stacks of delicious flavours, sprinkle toppings, and the best fudge sauce you’ll ever taste.
  • Let’s Go Slurpin’ — a beachside bar serving a great choice of frosty cold drinks - try the strawberry margarita!
  • Snack Shack — grab a salad, sandwich or a wrap to top up those energy levels before diving right back into action.
  • Leaning Palms — straight-up good American fare that packs plenty of flavour.

Hotels near Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

Disney's Art of Animation Resort

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

Themed around four of the greatest Disney animations of all time – The Lion KingThe Little MermaidFinding Nemo, and Cars – this Disney Resort Hotel has nearly 2000 rooms and family suites for you to choose from, all inspired by the individual films.

7 nights from £1276pp
Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

How do you capture the spirit of the Caribbean? Why, by building a Disney Resort Hotel that recreates not one, but five of its own islands, each with its own white sandy beach, colonial-style buildings, pool and coconut trees! 

7 nights from £1229pp
Disney's Pop Century Resort

Disney’s Pop Century Resort

Hollywood Studios Orlando is also close to this family-friendly gem. There’s so much to see and do in this themed hotel complex – all the 20th century touches will be a hit with parents and kids alike.

7 nights from £1159pp
Disney Old Key West

Disney's Old Key West Resort

This resort captures all the romance and adventure of the Florida Keys, with palm trees, a lighthouse and Victorian-era décor. Includes four swimming pools, playgrounds and an on-site marina.

7 nights from £1681pp

Walt Disney World Resort Tickets

Our advice when buying Disney Tickets is to go for Disney’s Magic Tickets^ and pack not one, but six Disney parks into one. The tickets give you the chance to just keep on coming back time and time again for 7 or 14 days.

You’ll get access to both Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park and Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park, as well as:

Magic Kingdom Park

Epcot

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park

Disney Springs

Find out more about Walt Disney World Resort Tickets and Prices.

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park map and information

As part of the mighty Walt Disney World Resort, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park is easy to get to and has plenty of transport links from nearby hotels, and is simple to find your way around.

You can either use the maps that are dotted around the Park, ask for a paper map when you enter, or play it smart and go online and download the My Disney Experience app **.

This Disney Water Park is open from 10am to 8pm during summer months and 10am to 5pm in winter months.

As with any Water Park, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park needs its fair share of maintenance to keep it in tip-top condition. The Park is often closed for periods during the autumn and winter, but during that time its sister park Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park stays open.

Remember too that this is Florida, and during hurricane season you may find the Park closes if adverse weather conditions are forecast.

Some rides will have height or age restrictions (sometimes both), but as there are lots of age-appropriate attractions for youngsters as well as teenagers and adults, this shouldn’t dampen your enjoyment in any way.

*Disney’s 7-Day Magic Tickets expire 15 days from the first day of use and Disney’s 14-Day Magic Ticket expires 18 days from the first day of use. For child tickets, children must be aged 3-9 at the time of use.

** Availability subject to device limitations. Features may vary by device and service provider. Message and data rates may apply. Coverage not available everywhere. If under 18, seek parent’s permission.

^Memory Maker includes Disney PhotoPass photos and other digital content taken during the Memory Maker window and linked to the Memory Maker guest’s Disney account. If Memory Maker is sold or ordered in combination with a Park ticket, the Memory Maker window for that Memory Maker entitlement will be equal to the usage window of the associated Park ticket and will automatically begin upon the first use of the associated Park ticket. The Memory Maker window will end upon the sooner of either the expiration or depletion of the Park ticket.

Photos and other digital content will expire pursuant to the expiration policy at mydisneyphotopass.disney.go.com/help-and-support. Valid Theme Park admission required for certain photo locations. Memory Maker is subject to Memory Maker terms at mydisneyphotopass.disney.go.com/memory-maker-terms and, if applicable, Family & Friends terms at https://www.disneyworld.co.uk/park-experience-terms-conditions

Disney is not responsible for missing, lost or damaged photos or other digital content. Standard gate price $199 correct at the time of print. Book by 31 Dec 2023 for arrivals through to 31 Dec 2023.

Age or height restrictions may apply to some attractions.

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