The first of the two water parks at Walt Disney World®, Typhoon Lagoon keeps its cult following year-round, with little and big visitors alike falling for its twisting tides, roaring rapids and wild waterslides.
Another Disney legend, Typhoon Lagoon was said to have been hit by a freak storm. Today, the remains of the once-quiet coastal paradise are strewn throughout the park. Deckchairs ended up in palm trees, surfboards on roofs, and a local shrimp boat “Miss Tilly” lodged atop a volcano. Each half hour, the volcano produces a massive surge of water in an attempt to dislodge “Miss Tilly”. This water swells to create the largest wave pool in the world.
Water slides aplenty cater to a wide range of ages and interests at Typhoon Lagoon, while more unique experiences like snorkelling with sharks and surfing lessons keep underwater adventurers on their toes.