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Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park

1534 Blizzard Beach Drive
407-560-3400

Discover frosty fun for the whole family at Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park, a one-time ski resort that has melted into a watery wonderland. Zip down the slushy slopes of Mount Gushmore on one of the world’s tallest and fastest waterslides. Float down the tranquil river and sunbathe on the white-sand beach. Children under 48 inches tall can even splash around in their own water play area with a snow-castle fountain and kid-sized waterslides.



Reviews

Thomas Rindfuss

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Wednesday, June 27, 2018
I just went to Blizzard Beach with my wife and three-year-old. The little guy loved it and we all had a great time. I especially liked that with very few exceptions there were no height requirements which meant the little one could go on some pretty intense slides. Some people looked at us strangely when the munchkin got on the "Toboggan Racers" slide, but he was thrilled and wanted to go again :-) Go early to get a spot in the shade for your stuff, and to ride some of the rides before the lines get longer. Don't forget to put on plenty of sunscreen!

Clare Guyon

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Saturday, May 5, 2018
Different slides for all levels, from thrill seekers to small children. A lot of fun. Park is very clean and the staff are really helpful. Park is looking a bit tired in places. Lockers are quite expensive (about 15dollars), but on a par with the other water parks and parking is free. Managed to do all the rides within three hours and that included stopping to eat. Family raft ride is good for those that have not been on many water rides before as very gentle and relaxing. Would recommend the park, but would say you don't need to be there all day to get everything done. Food options are good and there is an amazing vegetarian burger that I would recommend.

Cookie Torrence

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Sunday, June 24, 2018
Wonderful place.. Family friendly...forgot my daughters swim vest but no worries they have them for free at multiple locations. Towel rental $2.00. Definitely will be back!!!!! Oh one more thing I think they have a device that allow disabled people to get in the pool. I forgot to ask about it before I left but if it is, I think that is amazing!!! I left a pic of it below.

Douglas Mecca

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Saturday, June 30, 2018
Awesome water park with a melting ski resort theme! Lots of fun slides for the whole family and a great little kid area. According to Disney "legend," a freak snowstorm in the area led to the development of Florida's first ski resort. Naturally, the snow did not last long. This left behind a collection of waterlogged yet snow-less ski jumps and chair lifts. The operators were preparing to cut their losses and walk away. However, they were interrupted by an echoing "YAHHOOO!!!" coming from the mountain of melting snow. They looked up to see a blue alligator, wearing a red scarf and gold inner tube, careening down the mountain at top speed. Ice Gator, the mascot, then landed in a pool of melted snow at the base of the mountain with a thunderous splash. The ski resort operators suddenly saw the park's potential, and the mountain of snow became Blizzard Beach, "the most slushy, slippery, exhilarating water park anywhere!"

Chris Thomas

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Monday, July 9, 2018
Overall fun time in the water with kids ages 5 and 13. However changing rooms need a much better setup. There are shower stalls that have no shelves or tables to hold your belongings. Many people changing it in the open, which for some will be uncomfortable. Some slides also require times to be carried up a large amount of stairs from the bottom of the hill.

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