Typhoon Lagoon Water Park is lushly landscaped with shady trees, tropical foliage, flowers, streams, waterfalls, and plenty of sandy beaches. Relax in Castaway Creek as you meander through the tropics and alongside mountain streams. Take the plunge down a 5-story, near-vertical drop on the Humunga Kowabunga, or experience the high-speed Crush ‘n’ Gusher water coaster. Ride an inner tube through rushing rapids, waterfalls, and caves. You can even snorkel with live sharks, sting rays, and tropical fish at the Shark Reef. The wave pool at Typhoon Lagoon is one of the largest in the world and produces a gigantic wave that breaks and rolls to the shore. Little kids have fun at Ketchakiddee Creek–a sand sculpture-themed play area with small-scale water slides, fountains, pools, and a sandy beach. During the summer, the park gets very crowded. Even though there are plenty of shady areas, plan to arrive early in order to stake your claim on chairs. Lockers, towels, and private areas are available for rent. Dressing rooms with showers are located near the entrance. The gift shop near the entrance of the park sells everything from sunscreen and sunglasses to magazines and beach toys. Parking is free.
Last modified: August 6th, 2018