When Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park reopens to the public, it will be a new permanent home for Olaf and Disney’s Frozen franchise.
According to a Disney World Press Release,
“It’s a ski-riffic time at Walt Disney World Resort as Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park prepares to reopen Nov. 13 when guests will once again set off on arctic adventures in the warm Florida sun and discover new touches from the Walt Disney Animation Studios film Frozen.
“The new Frozen features will be part of the kid-sized thrills of Tike’s Peak that’s popular among young guests who will delight in the statuettes of Olaf and his Snowgie pals in the warm wading pool, as well as Anna and Elsa’s igloo castle. “
Walt Disney World’s second water Park has remained closed since the reopening to receive what appeared to be some rejuvenating construction, but the exact details of that refurbishment remained unclear until now.
Blizzard Beach will also be home to some holiday fun as well. Disney World states,
“This year there will be limited-time holiday offerings through Dec. 31 that include holiday-themed treats, snowfall and festive inner tubes. Guests can even meet a tropical-dressed Santa for the ultimate Florida holiday experience.”
Overall, Blizzard Beach will still keep its melted ski Resort theme with iconic attractions like Teamboat Springs, Toboggan Racers, Cross Country Creek, and the Park’s centerpiece, Summit Plummet.
Disney World will also update the food and beverage options available to include new Frozen-themed menu items and new adult beverages like the Park-exclusive Orange Slope DOLE Whip Swirl.
While Disney’s Blizzard Beach has remained closed, its sister water Park, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, has continued to serve Disney World Guests through the Summer of 2022. It should be noted that, like Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach will not require Guests to make Theme Park Reservations to visit. However, the purchase of either the Park Hopper Plus option or an extra Water Park ticket will be required.
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