Lesser known facts about Disney water parks

The Disney themed parks and water parks are dream holiday destination for many. Most people dream of visiting the Disney water parks as kids and even take their kids for a fun-filled and adventurous trip.

The Disney parks were closed in March due to the pandemic. The Walt Disney World, Florida has now reopened but the waterparks, Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon have remained close for the public.

While waiting for these parks to open up, you can learn some interesting facts about them and that can also help you take advantage of lesser-known services that these water parks offer.

Check out some interesting facts about Disney waterparks below!

Disney World has the fastest water slide and that is at Blizzard Beach.

There is an actual chair lift at Blizard Beach.

One Disney water park was left abandoned for 15 years.

The wave pool at Typhoon Lagoon has 3 million gallons of water.

The waterparks have hidden mickeys all around the parks and resorts.

Guests were once allowed to swim along with shark in Typhoon Lagoon.

Disney world resorts hold the record of having most-visited water parks in the US.

There are lazy rivers at both Disney parks and they are huge.

Which fact did you find most fascinating?