Post by freshsqueezed on Feb 18, 2021 11:32:03 GMT -5
We have a lot of indoor waterparks around us and some outdoor. Would it really be something different or worth losing a day in the park to visit? I am leaning towards no but curious if experienced people had thoughts.
Post by minniemouse on Feb 18, 2021 18:02:24 GMT -5
We love typhoon lagoon. I think it is worthwhile, but we have always used it as a break day in the middle of the trip. We have not been since Covid. It may not be the same with all the necessary precautions.
I'm not a big water park person and I really enjoy going to them. If you are going to be in the parks for 6+ days, I would definitely go to the water park. My preference is blizzard beach, but they are both good. We always go for a long half-day (9-2 or so) and then go to a park or Disney Springs after.
Post by freshsqueezed on Feb 18, 2021 20:49:35 GMT -5
I still felt a bit torn after thinking oh we could just go for a bit one day. However, if we went as early as 9 I couldn't see us staying longer than lunch. In which case it probably just isn't worth it for the cost now that I think about it.
We are go go go on our park days and come from California so we go for a week at a time. I can not do 7 full park days so a waterpark day is nice to break it up. I wouldn't go November - March, but in the summer I love to go to the waterparks. We went to Blizzard Beach last trip and were there opening until 2 or 3 and felt like it was a relaxing and fun day. Make sure to drink a lot of water and reapply your sunscreen though. Typhoon Lagoon is smaller, but has the water coasters (48" height requirement).
I'm very curious at how Disney will handle the waterparks with masks. I'm assuming all the people will be in line of the slides without them? That means that you walk to the lines without your mask. Maybe they will just require masks for the indoor areas of the park. We'll see in March when BB opens.