Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida
Your vacation at Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida does not have to be limited to Disney's popular theme parks. Disney offers two spectacular water parks as well to entertain you. These water parks, like their theme parks, are uniquely themed and feature a variety of unique attractions.
Typhoon Lagoon is the oldest water park at Walt Disney World in Florida. This water park features a shipwreck theme. All around the park you will see remnants of a shipwreck. This all culminates in the main wave pool where you see the shipwrecked ship. Typhoon Lagoon features a wave pool that simulates the waves of the ocean. The wave pool can get very deep so it is not recommended for inexperienced swimmer to go out into the big waves. Typhoon Lagoon also has a lazy river where you can take inner tubes and float around at your leisure. This can be fun but also can get very crowded during busy seasons. Along with beaches, fun food and kiddie pools, Typhoon Lagoon is one of the staple water parks at Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida.
The other water park is Blizzard Beach. This water park features a snow theme which is unusual for a water park. Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida, however, does pull it off quite nicely. Like Typhoon Lagoon, it features beaches and places to relax. Blizzard Beach also features one of the tallest water chutes around.
While the water parks at Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida are not to be missed, Disney takes its water parks to the resort pools as well. Most notably, the pool at the Beach Club resort resembles a miniature water park. With sandy bottoms, a small lazy river, a whirlpool and a shipwreck that is a water slide, the pool at the Beach Club is definitely one of the perks of the resort.
Because of the heat in the area and the high demand for swimming locations, Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida does a good job theming its water parks - both the official parks and the miniatures at the hotel pools. Whether you can make it to a large water park or stay at your resort's pool, make sure to see what Disney offers when it comes to water attractions.
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