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10 Things You Should Know About Walt Disney World Water Parks

Snacks

8. BYO Food and Towels Another major bonus of the Disney water parks is the option to bring in your own food and towels. Food is available for purchase in the park, but it is nothing more than your typical theme park fare and tends to be a bit overpriced. As far as towels go, rentals are available for $2 ...

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10 Things You Should Know About Walt Disney World Water Parks

Castaway Creek

9. Free Water Tubes While the price of admission to any water park is steep, many parks make that even worse by charging for the use of tubes and life vests. This is not the case at Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard beach. In these parks, all tubes and life vests are free for anyone to use Photo Credit: Disney

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10 Things You Should Know About Walt Disney World Water Parks

Stormalong Bay Waterslide

Pros 10. Fun for All First and foremost, it is important to mention that the Disney water parks are like all other Disney parks in that they are made for families to enjoy together. This means that while many other water parks are geared toward the teen and young adult crowd, the Disney water parks have something for everyone—even the ...

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10 Things You Should Know About Walt Disney World Water Parks

Generally speaking, the one park people tend to think about when considering a Disney visit is the Magic Kingdom. A few people are also aware of Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom. However, a good number of people have no idea the two Disney water parks—Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach—even exist until they begin the planning process. When people do ...

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10 Proven Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Magic Kingdom

7. Stay Late As the night wears on, the crowds tend to thin out. After all, small children (and even adults) who have spent the entire day in the park are pretty exhausted by 8pm. By taking that afternoon break, you can take advantage of the thinner nighttime crowds with plenty of energy to last until closing. If you have ...

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10 Proven Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Magic Kingdom

Adventureland

6. Go Left When you begin your day, you may be tempted to follow the crowds into Tomorrowland and Fantasyland. However, hanging with the crowds is never a good idea. Instead of going with the flow, split from the majority of people and head left into Adventureland. This will ensure you stay away from the longest lines.

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10 Proven Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Magic Kingdom

7 Dwarfs Mine Train Queue

5. Enjoy the Queues Many people are in such a hurry to get through the lines that they don’t realize just how fun the queues can be. “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh”, “Under the Sea-Journey of The Little Mermaid”, “Seven Dwarves Mine Train”, “Haunted Mansion”, and now even “Peter Pan’s Flight” all have fantastic interactive queues that you ...

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10 Proven Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Magic Kingdom

Fantasyland

4. Take in the Little Details In the same vein as enjoying the queues, you’ll also definitely want to allow yourself time to take in the little details. Magic Kingdom is an incredibly detail-oriented park, and it’s those little details that make the park so interesting. Pay attention to the walkways and how they change from land to land. Take ...

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10 Proven Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Magic Kingdom

Dole Whip

3. Savor Unique Snacks Every Magic Kingdom visit should include a Dole Whip Float. After all, there simply aren’t very many places one can pick up this special treat. Likewise, snacks such as the cookie ice cream sandwich and the chicken-and-waffle sandwich from Sleepy Hollow are Magic Kingdom staples. Be sure to pick up one or two of these tasty ...

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10 Proven Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Magic Kingdom

Mickey Mouse _ Town Square Theater

2. Meet Mickey Mouse If you are visiting multiple Disney parks during your vacation, you may feel tempted to put off meeting Mickey Mouse until you are in a park with less to see and do. Please don’t. The Mickey Mouse meet-and-greet in Magic Kingdom is a must-see, and yes, you really do need to meet him in this particular ...

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