Twisting tides, roaring rapids,
wonderful waterways, and relaxing rivers await you at Typhoon Lagoon. If fish had an
amusement park, this would be it, because Typhoon Lagoon is overflowing with the wettest,
wildest attractions! Whether you are navigating the nine exhilarating water slides and
streams, conquering the world's largest artificially created waves, or snorkeling with
sharks, Typhoon Lagoon promises a wonderful water adventure for everyone.
New Family Raft ride coming to Typhoon Lagoon in Spring 2017!
Disney Parks & Resorts released this official information:
Fortune Falls will be a family-style raft attraction that takes guests on a
splashing journey through the fabled Captain Mary Oceaneer’s past. Legend
has it that Captain Oceanear, a treasure-hunting heroine, traveled across
the sea collecting unique artifacts before she became stranded at Typhoon
Lagoon many years ago by a rogue storm.
Aboard treasure rafts, guests will ascend to the top of the attraction
before plunging into a white-water adventure where they will be able to spot
some of the treasures Captain Oceanear gathered from around the world.
With a ride time of two minutes, Miss Fortune Falls will be among the
lengthiest attractions at both Disney Water Parks.
Lagoon's signature attraction contains nearly 3 million gallons
of water! This gorgeous, turquoise-hued pool is surrounded by a
white sand beach. A few times an hour, Miss Tilly will blow her
horn, signaling the arrival of a HUGE set of waves, each 90
seconds apart. Those who prefer a little less
action can hang out in the two tide pools at the entrance sides,
Whitecap Cove and Blustery Bay.
These waves are powerful! Stay well into the deep end to ride them, and
steer clear of the whitewater where the waves break. Guests can be swept
off their feet, and the rough bottom of the pool can cause scrapes and
cuts. Keep small children within arms reach at all times.
Crush 'N' Gusher
Lagoon's newest thrill ride! On Crush 'n' Gusher, a one of a
kind "water coaster," guests will be whisked along a series of
flumes and spillways that weave through what appears to be a
rusted-out tropical fruit facility. It's another chapter of the
Typhoon Lagoon legend. Guests can choose among three different fruit spillways -- Banana Blaster, Coconut Crusher and Pineapple Plunger. The
spillways range between 410 to 420 feet in length and feature varying
degrees of slopes and turns, reaching a peak of 35-feet and speeds up to
Must be at least 48
tall to ride.
Lagoon's signature attraction. Three speed slides that send
guests flying through caverns at over 30 mph! These 214 foot
long slides offer a 51 foot drop. If you can get over your fear
of heights, this ride is a must do! Must be 48 inches
foot circular "lazy river" that winds through the park.
Wonderful way to cool down, relax, and enjoy the scenery. The
slow moving current takes guests through a rain forest,
caves, grottos, and under a water tower with broken pipes. It
takes about 20-30 minutes to do a full circuit. Guests may enter
and exit only at designated points. Signs will indicate which
slides are nearby. Innertubes will be free floating for guest
with the sharks and tropical fish (gear provided). Children
under 10 must be accompanied by an adult. Children must be at
least 5 years old to participate.
waterfalls, a mini-rapids ride, geysers, fountains, and an
interactive tugboat keep kids busy for hours! This area has been
designed especially for children under 48 inches. Note: adults
may only enter this area while accompanying children who meet
the height limit.
Zoom 30 miles
per hour into a refreshing pool. Choose from three body slides:
the Jib Jammer, Stern Burner or Rudder Buster. Each slide
is about 300 feet long, and they all offer a slightly different
ride. Try them all!
This is the
longest waterslide in the park. Venture through caves and
waterfalls aboard a personal inner tube.
Slip and slide
your way past incredibly craggy scenery in this rush of a
twisting trip down a whitewater flume.
Slip through caverns dripping with water on this
crazy curvy course aboard four-person giant inner tubes. This is
the only family raft ride in Typhoon Lagoon.
links for menus!
Leaning Palms - Counter
service location offering burgers, pizza, salads, wraps, snacks,
ice cream, and beverages, including beer and wine.
- Open Seasonally. Fish & Chips, chicken tenders,
wraps, BBQ sandwiches, and ice cream.
Let's Go Slurpin' - Frozen blended drinks and spirits
are available at this bar next to the surf pool.
Happy Landings Ice Cream - Root beer floats, ice cream
sundaes, and the "Sand Pail", a bucket filled with chocolate and vanilla
soft serve, waffle cones, cookie pieces, hot fudge and sprinkles!
Lowtide Lou's- Open Seasonally- Wraps and Sandwiches,
soft drinks, beer and wine
Snack Shack - Hot dogs, sandwiches, salads, wraps, soft
drinks, beer, wine and frozen blended drinks
Typhoon Lagoon offers high-performance surfing in the 2.75 million
gallon, temperature-controlled wave pool, for an additional fee. Lessons
range between 2.5-3 hours long, and are available prior to park opening.
Right, left, and center break waves can be generated at heights up to
five feet. Refreshments are available. Group size limited to 20 surfers
per booking. Call Typhoon Lagoon Surf Hotline for more information at
(407) WDW-SURF (939-7873).
Guests can now rent premium cabanas at Typhoon Lagoon. These cabanas,
called Beachcomber Shacks, accommodate up to six guests and cost $250 per day.
They include an attendant, beverages, towels, and more. Premium Umbrella
spaces are also available to rent (inquire at park for availability and
price). For more details, or to make a
reservation, call 407-939-7529. Prices may vary seasonally.
Lockers can be rented near the main entrance. Locker rooms/restrooms are
equipped with showers. Other locker/restrooms can be found around the
park. There are both large and small lockers available to rent, as well
as towels. Life jackets and inner tubes are available at various
locations around the park, free of charge.
Located in the Downtown Disney area,
Typhoon Lagoon may be reached by bus from most destinations in the Walt Disney World
Admission is included with some Theme Park passes. Single day tickets
and annual passes are also available. You can view the various options
by visiting the link below.
Walt Disney World Ticket Information