Typhoon Lagoon & Blizzard Beach: A Comparison of Walt Disney World’s Premiere Water Parks

Typhoon Lagoon & Blizzard Beach: A Comparison of Walt Disney World’s Premiere Water Parks

This week Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon re-opens for the first time in nearly two years in the wake of a pandemic. In commemoration of this event, I’ve asked my daughters Jennica and Madison to share with me their thoughts about how both parks compare. We itemize via our comparison sheet what each park has, and how they both compare. Both offer something very unique. If you’re planning your next trip, and you’re wanting a vacation from your vacation at Walt Disney World, both are well suited for the occasion. So join us as we compare Walt Disney World’s premiere water parks.

A comparative outline is shown below but our podcast carries narrative of the entire experience. You can find the podcast here on PodbeaniTunesSpotify,  and ListenNotes. We should also mention the following as well:

What We Love Most About Typhoon Lagoon is available as a post and podcast. Note that we talk about the absence of Shark’s Reef, a swim through lagoon filled with fish and sharks, which was removed a few years prior to the pandemic. Check back here or on J. Jeff Kober for an upcoming video.

What We Love Most About Blizzard Beach is available as a post and podcast. Note that we talk about tubes in the wave pool, which currently is not being offered. Check back here or on J. Jeff Kober for an upcoming video.

Comparing Both Parks

In our podcast we offer an item by item comparison of both parks and of their offerings:

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