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8 Favorite Places To Get Wet At Walt Disney World

Since Walt Disney World is located in Central Florida, the property is blessed with wonderful weather for the majority of the year. In fact, that was a particular reason why the location was specifically chosen by Walt Disney himself. While Walt Disney World enjoys beautiful weather, it can also be subjected to incredibly high temperatures and humidity during the summer months, making many guests hot, sweaty, and tired after enjoying time in the parks. Luckily, there are some absolutely amazing places to cool off and get wet both in the four theme parks and outside of them. Some of these places offer guests the chance to just get a splash and cool down a little and some will leave the completely soaked! From attractions and play areas to pools and water parks, guests have no shortage on places to get wet. Here are eight favorite places for guests to get wet in Walt Disney World.

1. Splash Mountain

Frontierland in the Magic Kingdom is home to a wonderful attraction that packs both splashes and thrills. Splash Mountain has guests board logs and set sail with Br’er Rabbit as he searches for more adventure. Along the way there are several small drops and guests continue to watch Br’er Rabbit elude escape by Br’er Fox and Br’er Bear. When Br’er Rabbit is finally captured, he and guests are flung down in to the Briar Patch as they plummet down a fifty foot drop with a huge splash at the bottom! Depending on where in the log guests sit, Splash Mountain can definitely leave them soaked!

2. Kali River Rapids

Disney’s Animal Kingdom is home to an attraction that can leave guests dripping wet after a thrilling adventure in the Asia section of the park. Kali River Rapids invites guests to board large round rafts and set off down the Chakranadi River. What begins as a serene experience soon takes a thrilling turn as guests discover the impact of illegal logging. Guests plummet down a large drop and experience big splashes as they move through rough rapids and currents.

3. Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak Station

The Magic Kingdom’s Storybook Circus is home to an interactive attraction that lets guests of all ages frolic through splashes and water elements that is sure to leave them soaked! The Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak Station features Casey Jr. and the various cars of his train that are filled with animals. Each car has a water feature that either sprays or splashes and guests love to run around and enjoy cooling off on a hot day in the park.

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4. Stormalong Bay

Guests who stay at either Disney’s Yacht Club Resort or Disney’s Beach Club Resort have access to the amazing Stormalong Bay. This aquatic areas features a massive sand bottomed pool with zero depth entry, sunning deck, lazy river, water slide, hot tub, and more. Guests who are looking for the ultimate pool relaxation should definitely try to visit Stormalong Bay at least once!

5. Lava Pool

Another wonderful pool can be found at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. The Lava Pool can be found on the shores of the white sand beaches of Seven Seas Lagoon and also features a zero depth entry. In addition, guests can enjoy a massive volcano which features a water slide coming out of it and the Barefoot Bar built into it. Smaller guests can also enjoy a splash and play area that features small slides and fountains to play in.

6. Big Blue Pool

Guests who stay at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort can enjoy different themed areas of the resort which bring Pixar and Disney animated films to life. The largest pool in Walt Disney World is located in the Finding Nemo section of the Disney Resort and is dubbed the Big Blue Pool. Guests who splash and cool off in the Big Blue Pool can enjoy underwater speakers, larger than life characters from the film, a splash and play area, and a dry play area for those who do not want to get wet.

7. Typhoon Lagoon

Walt Disney World is home to two wonderful water parks that allow guests the chance to cool off and get wet in relaxing and adventurous ways. Typhoon Lagoon is the result of a massive storm hitting Central Florida and leaving behind aquatic fun and a boat stranded on top of a large mountain. Guests who spend time in the water park can enjoy various water slides, a lazy river, massive wave pool, and family style raft ride.

8. Blizzard Beach

The other water park found in Walt Disney World is Blizzard Beach which was the result of a freak snowstorm that hit Central Florida. Some capitalists decided to build a ski resort which quickly started to melt and turn into the fun park found today. Guests visiting Blizzard Beach can enjoy different water slides, a chairlift a lazy river, family raft ride, and the thrilling Summit Plummet.

About Caitlin Corsello

Caitlin Corsello first visited Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of the trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning about the history and small details of the parks, enjoying a Lapu Lapu, and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York teaching preschool and spending her time counting down the days to her next trip.