Disney Typhoon Lagoon

Go against the tide at the Typhoon Lagoon Water Park that blows other water parks away. Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, one of 2 Water Parks in Walt Disney World Resort, features attractions for the whole family—from fast waterslides to a children's area with pint-sized raft rides. Catch 6-foot waves in the Surf Pool and snorkel Shark Reef—with real sharks!


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Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

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Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

Come thrill out on a twisting, turning, water coaster, chill out on the beach, visit a shark reef, or cruise a creek. At least to start out with!

‘Cause after the storm of storms blew through, it left this tropical paradise full of twisting slides, roaring rapids and the largest inland wave pool around in its wake!

You’ll also find slides, rides and bubbling jets for the little ones at Ketchakiddee Creek in Typhoon Lagoon

According to Disney legend, Typhoon Lagoon was created in the wake of the storm-of-storms. During the meteorological disturbance, surfboards were hurled into palm trees and boats were tossed through thatched roofs of beach houses… and onto mountains.

A hapless shrimp boat, Miss Tilly, journeying from Safen Sound, Florida, found itself swept up by the twisting tides of the fierce typhoon. The storm's force propelled the boat onto the peak of the volcanic mountain, Mount Mayday.

To this day Miss Tilly, the shrimp boat, still sits—impaled and precariously perched. Every half hour, the boat's whistle blows and the volcano attempts to dislodge its burden by bursting, causing an enormous geyser of water to shoot skyward.

After the storm swept out to sea, the Disney legend concludes, Mount Mayday became the source for many waterslides. Surrounding the mountain, a 56-acre topsy-turvy tropical paradise was formed—full of waterways, rivers, rapids and slides: a sun-drenched Water Park.

Hot Advice Renting a locker for your personal belongings is highly recommended, especially if you plan on experiencing the big thrill attractions—since it may be difficult to keep track of your hats, glasses, jewelry and things while plunging down high-speed and steep drops. It is also advisable to wear water shoes or flip-flops while visiting this Water Park, as you may choose to climb stairs to access certain attractions. Plus, the ground can get hot and so will your feet!

Guest Services Guest Services at Typhoon Lagoon covers such topics as what to wear, where to find ATMs and how to rent lockers. This list also provides a description of the rigorous training Disney lifeguards must receive to maintain the high level of safety.

Attractions Attractions at Disney's Typhoon Lagoon consists of 9 waterslides—one with near-vertical drops, a children's play area, the Typhoon Lagoon Surf Pool with 6-foot waves, and Shark Reef—where you can snorkel with real sharks and schools of colorful fish.

Dining Dining at Typhoon Lagoon Water Park includes quick-service restaurants, an outdoor pool bar and 2 picnic areas. Grab a snack, light lunch or dinner for less than $15 USD per person. Price range is based on average Guest check, not including alcohol, tax and tip. To view our Typhoon Lagoon tickets and prices, please scroll to the top of this page.

Height Requirements :

Bay Slide - min. height 60

Humunga Kowabunga (speed slide) - min. height 48 inches

Ketchakiddie Creek (children's area) - 48 inches or under

Crush `n' Gusher - min. height 48 inches