Releases in ‘Disney’s Water Parks’ Category

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The Ultimate Tropical Water Park, Typhoon Lagoon, Immerses Walt Disney World Guests in Oceans of Fun – LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Like a surfside playground left behind by a “great storm” for modern-day Swiss Family Robinsons, Typhoon Lagoon — with its breaking waves, saltwater snorkeling pool and gushing water surges — ushers in a new generation of water adventures for Walt Disney World guests. Located near Downtown Disney West Side, the ...
Disney Guests Can Take a Cooling Plunge at Two of America’s Most Popular Water Parks – LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — It’s summer in Florida. Daytime temperatures are regularly pushing into the 90s. What’s a vacationer to do to cool off? At Walt Disney World Resort, guests can choose between a mountain ski retreat and a tropical getaway to take the proverbial plunge into water fun at two of the most ...
H2OH! FUN FACTS – Even its hometown suggests a beautiful place of water. And Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista does not disappoint. There are more than 850 acres of lakes featuring nearly 130,000 feet of shoreline. And that
The Ultimate Tropical Water Park, Typhoon Lagoon, Immerses Walt Disney World Guests in Oceans of Fun – Like a surfside playground left behind by a "great storm" for modern-day Swiss Family Robinsons, Typhoon Lagoon -- with its breaking waves, saltwater snorkeling pool and gushing water surges -- ushers in a new generation of water adventures for Walt Disney World guests.
Crush ‘n’ Gusher Unleashes a Torrent of Excitement for Water Park Thrill Seekers at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon – "Flash flooding" takes on a whole new meaning for Walt Disney World guests when they experience Crush 'n' Gusher, a new white-knuckle "water coaster" thrill ride at Disney's Typhoon Lagoon water park. Walt Disney World guests find themselves immersed in a dense tropical jungle amid the towering remains -- rusted-out and dilapidated -- of a fruit exporting plant. The once-landlocked packing plant known as Tropical Amity now sits on the shores of Hideaway Bay, a body of water left in the wake of a torrential storm.