Typhoon Lagoon Wave Pool

Be sure to check out the wave pool a Typhoon Lagoon! Start off in the shallow end before you head into ‘the deeps’ for the really big waves. You’ll be amazed at the amount of force the waves produce and many people (both adults and kids) will get dragged under- not ready for the force of the waves.

Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Wave Pool

Get Swept Away at Typhoon Lagoon!

Keep your kids, especially the little ones close by as the waves roll in. You don’t want anyone dragged away. Only strong swimmers should head for the deep end where the water is 6 feet deep and the waves roll in another 6 feet higher than that!

About DisneyDad

Two things I love are travel and writing. It only makes sense that the two should come together in the form of a Disney website, Blog, and eBook travel guides. My first book, "Discover the Magic: The Ultimate Insider's Guide to Walt Disney World" captures the essence of the happiest place on Earth- Walt Disney World! There is no place like Disney for a magical, mystical vacation. Though I was never able to visit as a child (we didn't take 'big' vacations like that) I fell in love with the place the first time my family and I walked through the gates of Magic Kingdom several years ago. Now, I just can't get enough of it! I published my book because I wanted to share my knowledge and experiences with others in hopes that they too would enjoy the Magic of Walt Disney World as much as I do. Hopefully the tips, park guides, and other details in the book will help make your vacation to Disney even better!
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