About Typhoon Lagoon
Typhoon Lagoon is opened year round. General admission starts at 10:00. Closing times vary depending on the season and is 17:00 or 18:00.
Be sure to be at the park in time. When it’s too busy, you may be denied access to the water park.
Check the operating schedule for 2018 for more details on opening and closing times.
Walt Disney World Resort is located southwest of Orlando, off Interstate 4, west of Florida’s Turnpike. On the I-4 take the relevant Walt Disney World Exit.
Take exit 64 if you are heading to the Magic Kingdom or Hollywood Studio’s. For Animal Kingdom and Blizzard Beach you’d do best to take Exit 65 and exit 67 will lead you to Epcot, Typhoon Lagoon, Disney Springs and the Boardwalk. After the exit just follow the signs for the park you will be visiting.
Here are some sample routes:
From the Tampa Area
Take I-4 East to Walt Disney World Exits
From Miami or Ft. Lauderdale
Take Florida’s Turnpike North to Osceola Parkway West (exit 249) to Walt Disney World Exits
From Orlando International Airport
Take OIA South exit (FL 417S – Toll) to Osceola Parkway West (exit 3) to Walt Disney World Exits
From Interstate 95
U.S. Highway 1 or southbound on Florida’s Turnpike: take I-4 West to Walt Disney World Exits
From Southbound Interstate 75
Take Florida’s Turnpike South to Interstate 4 West to Walt Disney World Resort Exits
Parking is free for all guests at the Typhoon Lagoon Water park.
Slides at Typhoon Lagoon
The bay slides are like the kid sister of the thrilling Storm Slides, so fun for the whole family. Pick 1 of the 2 body slides to end up in the Surf Pool.
Crush 'n Gusher
If is a rollercoaster, is it rafting or is it a waterslide. It’s all of the above. Grab your friend, jump on the raft and hurtle down this amazing water-coaster.
Get swept away by the rapids down this 4-person inner tube water slide. Whoosh through rocky caverns and underneath raging waterfalls.
Hold on to your hats as you zoom downhill in this near vertical slide that will take you 5 stories down. Don’t forget to shout “Kowabunga Dude” as you exit the carverns.
Keelhaul Falls is less intense than Ganglplank Falls and Mayday Falls, but is still plenty of fun. Rush down the rapids past palm trees, caverns and waterfalls.
This one is pretty intense, so better be ready! Hang on as you take a turbulent trip down Mount Mayday on your inner tube. It’s a rush.
Miss Adventure Falls
Climb onboard for the longest ride in the history of Disney Water Parks. This is a whitewater slide you do not want to miss. See if you can spot all the treasures as you rushing towards the bottom.
Zip down the one of the 3 Storm Slides. You can choose the Jib Jammer, Stern Berner or the Rudder Buster and end up with a waterfall splash. Sounds intense? It kind of is.
Pools and Rivers at Typhoon Lagoon
A water park is nothing without a lazy river. Hop on your tube and let the current take you on a trip through this tropical paradise with lush rain forests, rope bridges and thundering waterfalls.
This play area has 10 different water activities for the youngest in the family. You’ll find mini slides, mini inner tube ride, fountains and a cave with a waterfall.
Typhoon Lagoon Surf Pool
Every now and then the slight waves become truly big “kahunas”, so much so that you can actually surf in the Surf Pool. Paddle away to catch that next big wave.
Getting around in Typhoon Lagoon
In the Park
Everything in the park is within walking distance. To travel between the parks, you can take one of the regular buses that travel via the on-site resorts as well.
Staying at one of the on-site hotels?
There is a regular bus service that operates between all resorts and the different parks.