2. Make Sure It’s Open
In Florida, swimming happens year-round. That said, Disney does close its water parks one at a time each winter in order to do repairs and maintenance. Therefore, if you have your heart set on Blizzard Beach, make sure it’s going to be open before picking your dates.
3. Invite a Second Adult
While there are plenty of things for families and young children to enjoy in Blizzard Beach, there are also some slides that only older kids and adults can use. For this reason, if you’ll have young kids in tow, we highly recommend bringing a second adult along so you can trade off on childcare duty for those big slides.
4. Consider Investing in a Private Nook
While there are lots of chairs to use in Blizzard Beach, they tend to fill up quite quickly. For this reason, and in order to gain some level of privacy, you may want to consider reserving your own private nook in the park. The options consist of premium beach chairs and the more private and exclusive Polar Patios. Either one will guarantee seats for the day, and the patios include much more.
5. Protect Yourself From the Sun
It’s no secret that the Florida sun is hot and bright. Protect yourself by applying sunscreen at regular intervals throughout the day. You’ll also want to drink plenty of water. Luckily, you can obtain water for free at any counter-service location.