AdventureContinuing my post last week regarding the water parks at Walt Disney World®, I would like to give some quick tips on what you should know before you head to Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park.

This neat water park makes you feel as if you are wandering about a ski resort with many Disney twists around every corner. Opening in April 1995, I remember visiting during the summer that year and overcoming my fear of what I thought were big waves at the time by swimming in the “Melt-Away Bay” wave pool.

Some important tips to know before heading to Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park are as follows:

  • Arrive to the water park 30-45 minutes prior to openingblizzard beach
  • Arriving early will ensure that you and your party are one of the first people in the water park to claim chairs
  • The water park has been known to reach capacity around lunchtime or mid-afternoon
  • If you have many belongings, store inside a locker! (Small Locker- $13, Large Locker- $15; You get $5 back when you return the key)
  • If you do not bring your own towels, you may rent one for $2
  • Life jackets are available for free at Snowless Joes with a personal ID and a $25 refundable deposit
  • Guests may bring food baskets
  • Coolers are permitted as long as they may be safely carried
  • Get the “Mini Donuts” located near Lottawatta Lodge! Trust me.
Check out this post from June 2012 by Lou Mongello regarding fun and exciting news about Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park and Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park.
 
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How many of you have been to Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park? What is your favorite slide or thing to do? Comment below!
 
 
Peyton is currently a student at the University of Mississippi majoring in Journalism with an emphasis in print. Growing up in Los Angeles and most recently moving to Atlanta, he has seen and experienced the best of both Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Making his first visit to Walt Disney World at the age of 5, he has never looked back as he entered the world of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy.
 
 

7 Responses to "Adventure Into The World of Yesterday, Tomorrow, and Fantasy: Disney Tip #55"

  1. Peter A says:

    We love blizzard beach as a family. The best bits are either the lazy river or the family raft ride.

    Peter

  2. DJ says:

    If you forget sunscreen, you’ll have to pay for it, because you WILL need it! Otherwise, you’ll be sorry the next day!

  3. Laura Bergen says:

    We have actually never been to Blizzard Beach! It’s on our to do list!

  4. Peyton Spear says:

    I agree Peter! Both are a great way to have fun and relax with the family…Thank you for reading!

  5. Peyton Spear says:

    Absolutely DJ! I have learned the hard way…sunscreen is a must! Thank you for reading!

  6. Peyton Spear says:

    Laura, you and your family will love it! My family goes every year we visit. Thank you for reading!

  7. Lynne Commandeur says:

    I’m a lazy river kind of person….but my kids love Summit Plummet!

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