6. Getting wet at waterparks
Many families find that spending the day at a well-loved waterpark makes for a wonderful summer pastime. So for them visiting Disney’s two resident waterparks—Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon are absolute musts. But prepare yourself, because these aren’t your typical waterparks—they’re Disney Water Parks, so you know they will be far greater than anything you could have possibly imagined. Blizzard Beach follows the central theme of having once been the site for a ski-resort that has since melted away, creating a whole new “watery wonderland” for guests. All around you’ll enjoy a whole host of “cool” attractions that keep the fun frosty—perfect for chilling off on a hot day. In contrast, Typhoon Lagoon likes to turn up the heat with an abundance of tropically themed experiences. From waterfalls, slides, generated waves, and so much more, you’ll really feel like you’re swimming in the untamed wilds of some undiscovered paradise. Other extras you can take in here include early morning surf clinics that you can sign up for and Disney H20 Glow Nights pool parties—which occur on select evenings throughout July and August.