Disney's Blizzard Beach Reviews
Description:Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando, Florida. Water park.
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Customer Disney's Blizzard Beach Reviews (13)
by - written on 23/08/13 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Disney's Blizzard Beach is the second water park at Walt Disney World in Florida. This one time ski resort has melted into what is now a watery playground for both young and old a like. It is situated near to Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park, All Star Resorts and Animal Kingdom Lodge Resort. The theming of the park is just as you would expect for a ski resort, there are Alpine style cabins, which are used as shops and restaurants, a ski lift to get you to the top of Mount Gushmore and snowmen, yes you did read that right snowmen, although these ones are made of fibreglass and so don't melt. For the thrill seekers out there, there are plenty of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/13 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I have just returned from 2 magical weeks at Walt Disney World in Florida. Walt Disney World is situated in Orlando and includes 4 theme parks (Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom and Epcot), 2 water parks (Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach) and a number of different resorts. We stayed in one of the Disney resorts and visited all of the Disney theme parks and water parks. We visited Typhoon Lagoon first and Blizzard Beach second. I absolutely loved Typhoon Lagoon (and also wrote a separate review of it) so Blizzard Beach had a lot to live up to. We reached Blizzard Beach by bus. If you are staying at a Disney resort, you are able to catch free ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
We first went to Blizzard Beach last year in 2009 , as we wanted a rest from all the hustle and bustle of the theme parks , and all that shopping, and Typhoon Lagoon was closed. on arrival we had to go through security but this time we learnt from previous years that you can't take any of your own drinks , we left the drinks at the hotel, so we took advantage of the drinks system they have here also where you purchase the sourvenir cup for $11 and have the free refills all day , we also filled the cup up before we came out and took it with us. It is pretty much the same as Typhoon Lagoon, and was impressed as it had plenty of seating area and it was all you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Disney blizzard beach is the 3rd water park in Walt Disney World but is only the 2nd active water park. The water park opened in April 1995 and the parks theme is: A freak snowstorm hit the area, which created Florida's first ski resort. The snow didn't last long, leaving behind a collection of waterlogged ski jumps and chair lifts. The failed resort was in the process of closing for good when an alligator was seen sliding down a flume and splashing into a pool of water. The alligator is the mascot of the park named Ice Gator. Of course this is all just a story but makes a great taking point. The park has an amazing choise of pools, slides, shops and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/09 (Very useful, 9 readings)
Blizzard beach is the newest of 2 water parks in Walt Disney World Florida. (The otehr being typhoon lagoon). Whilst Blizzard Beach is not my favourite of the 2 i would still never go to Orlando without visiting both (if open). Blizzard beach has been excellently themed. The story is that Florida once had a large snow storm, and straight away a tourist ski resort was opened. The Florida sun came back and the ski resort started to melt, and what was left was Blizzard Beach. They ahve done a really good job with the theme in this park - all around there are references to a ski resort whether its the snow covered hills or an alligator on ski's. ... Read the complete review
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