Typhoon Lagoon Water Park Trip Planner

  •  01. What is Disney Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
  •  02. Transportation
  •  03. Entrance
  •  04. Accessibility
  •  05. Navigating The Park & Maps
  •  06. Attractions & Rides
  •  07. Restaurants & Places To Eat
  •  08. Tours
  •  09. Park Hours
  •  10. Storage
  •  11. Tickets
  •  12. Hotels
  •  13. Customer Service

01. What is Disney Typhoon Lagoon Water Park?

The Disney Typhoon Lagoon Water Park is a water theme park inspired by a Disney Legend about a typhoon that laid waste to a beautiful tropical paradise. This water theme park is divided into Mount Mayday, Hideaway Bay, Typhoon Lagoon, Former Shark Reef, and Castaway Creek. Overall, this water park consists of 12 attractions and rides, ten dining places, and one shopping spot.

02. Transportation

By Bus

If you’re staying at Disney Resorts or Hotels, you’ll have access to complimentary bus transportation. However, Disney rarely offers direct bus service from hotels to the water parks.

In most cases, you’ll need to stop at Disney Springs and transfer to another bus that will take you to Typhoon Lagoon. It can seem like a hassle, but it’s free and handy rather than driving all the time.

By car

If you’re driving to Typhoon Lagoon, you can enjoy some benefits, such as free parking. You can search for the water park through navigation on your phone. Parking is free and is only a short walk from the park entrance.

By Uber

Another mode of transportation to consider is renting an Uber. You’ll save a lot of time waiting for a bus to get you to other parks and places. Further, the drop-off and pick-up locations are just a short distance away from the entrance, so they come in handy.

For Water Park Hoppers

Although it’s rare, you can sometimes find buses that give service from one water park to another. For example, if you bought a water park hopper ticket, you could use this service to go to the other water park. However, it’s not always available, so check them out when Disney offers it.

03. Entrance

Parking and drop-off points are within walking distance of Typhoon Lagoon Water Park. In the case of an Uber or a bus, you will be dropped off at specific locations, all of which are within walking distance of the water park entrance.

04. Accessibility 

The Typhoon Lagoon is accessible to people with limited mobility. Guest Relations has a limited number of water-accessible wheelchairs available for free, but a valid ID must be left at Guest Relations.

ECVs are not permitted in the water. However, the wave pool allows wheelchairs to be pushed up to the midpoint of the wheels.

Neither Typhoon Lagoon Surf Pool nor Castaway Creek has entry points. Instead, the attraction has an elevator and can hold three people on each raft. Cast Members can escort you up the elevator.

Guests with disabilities must be lifted into the chair from the pool’s edge by a party member. In general, guests must walk up a hill and depend on others to assist them in transferring from their wheelchairs to the attraction. No Cast Member is permitted to assist Guests physically with wheelchair transfers.

All restrooms are wheelchair accessible. In addition, the restrooms at Guest Services and First Aid are companion-assisted.

Park-goers can navigate through the park using the Typhoon lagoon map. This water theme park is divided into several sections, namely Mount Mayday, Hideaway Bay, Typhoon Lagoon, Former Shark Reef, and Castaway Creek.

The My Disney Experience app is also available for download. This app allows you to view wait times to enjoy your time at Typhoon Lagoon Water Park.

Upon entering the park, you can find a map of Typhoon Lagoon. Alternatively, you can access a PDF map of Typhoon Lagoon Water Park through the My Disney Experience App or view the Typhoon Lagoon Water Park map here.

06. Attractions & Rides

There are 12 rides and attractions at Typhoon Lagoon Water Park. To help you decide which rides to try first at Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, I have outlined each side’s pros and cons and my ranking.

Typhoon Lagoon ride height requirements are also outlined in an article I wrote if you have younger or smaller children.

Check out my list of wheelchair-accessible rides at Typhoon Lagoon Water Park if you or someone in your family uses a wheelchair. 

07. Restaurants & Places To Eat

There are ten restaurants in Typhoon Lagoon, and I have reviewed them. Using an objective scoring system, we consider both the pros and cons of each restaurant.

08. Tours

Typhoon Lagoon Water Park does not offer tours, at least any, yet. If you want to explore the water park with your family or friends, you can do so independently. You will also have the opportunity to take advantage of all the rides and attractions the park offers.

09. Park Hours

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park operates regularly, which starts at 10:00 AM and ends at 5:00 PM. 

10. Storage

If you need storage where you can put your bags and other items, you can rent lockers at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park.

There are two locker locations at Typhoon Lagoon. One is near the Tropical Amity Outpost, and another is near Hammer Head Fred’s Dive.

There are two locker sizes for you to consider. These are:

  • Small lockers (12.5 inches x 10 inches x 17 inches) that cost $10 per day
  • Large lockers (15.5 inches x 13 inches x 17 inches) that cost $15 per day

11. Tickets

One-day tickets to Typhoon Lagoon Water Park are available in two options. First, if both water parks are open on the visit, park-goers can use these tickets to access both water parks (Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon). You may switch from one to the other by using this ticket.

Here are the prices of both tickets:

  • One-day Waterpark Ticket (with Blockout dates): $69 per person for ages 10+ and $63 per person for ages 3-9
  • One-day Waterpark Ticket (without Blockout dates): $64 per person for ages 10+ and $58 per person for ages 3-9

12. Hotels

If you plan on staying at a hotel near Typhoon Lagoon waterpark, you have plenty of options to consider. By looking at these resorts and hotels, you can access several perks and make it easier for your whole vacation at Typhoon Lagoon.

Hotels and resorts near Typhoon Lagoon Water Park are listed below. Scroll through each one and decide which one you prefer.

Resorts: Contemporary, Polynesian Village, Grand Floridian, Wilderness Lodge, Animal Kingdom Lodge, Boardwalk Inn, Yacht Club Resort, Beach Club Resort and Villas, Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, Old Key West Resort and Villas.

Hotels: The Swan, The Dolphin, Shades of Green Resort, Disney’s All-Star Resorts, Port Orleans Resort & French Quarter, The Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness.

13. Customer Service

The park’s customer service representatives are happy to assist park-goers who have questions while strolling Typhoon Lagoon Water Park.

Typhoon Lagoon Water Park has a Guest Relations office that park-goers can find just before entering the water park, on the left side of the entrance. It’s just a few minutes of walk from the drop-off point, and you’ll see it before entering the park.

Guest relations services at Typhoon Lagoon Water Park are also available in other ways.

Guest Relations Phone Number: +1 407-939-5277

Guest Relations Email: [email protected]

My name is Olivia Smitherman. I’m a travel writer and theme park enthusiast! Florida has some of the best theme parks in the world. I love them all. Each time I visit a theme park, I gather tips and advice that I share with you, my readers. See my bio for more information about me.