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Top Five: Kids’ Water Play Areas & Pools at Walt Disney World Resort

posted on August 16th, 2013 by Jennifer Fickley-Baker, Social Media Manager


Kids’ water play areas and pools are a great way for little ones to stay cool here at the Walt Disney World Resort. These charming areas offer slides, water spouts, fountains and spillover buckets that often reflect a fun theme inspired by a Disney film or resort.

Here are just five of our favorites.

Casey Jr.’s Splash N Soak Station at Magic Kingdom Park

  1. Casey Jr.’s Splash N Soak Station at Magic Kingdom Park – The Casey Jr. train from “Dumbo” has pulled into town and its animal passengers are ready to cool off. Here, kids can take a break from the heat and get squirted by elephant trunks and other circus animals.
  2. 'Alice In Wonderland' Water Play Area at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

  3. “Alice In Wonderland” Water Play Area at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa – One of the newer kids water play areas, this “Alice In Wonderland”-themed area debuted at the resort last fall. Here, water overflows from teacups and the Mad Hatter’s hat. Kids can also enjoy small water slides or squirt one another with small water hoses.
  4. Uwanja Camp at Samawati Springs Pool, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas

  5. Uwanja Camp at Samawati Springs Pool, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village – This water play area is themed after an animal observation site and offers a chance to cool off
    with leaky buckets, water cannons, a slide and more.
  6. Shipwreck at the Fuentes del Morro Pool, Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

  7. Shipwreck at the Fuentes del Morro Pool, Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort – This shipwreck-themed splash area lets kids have fun on a “sinking” ship that’s complete with mini slides, leaky sails, buckets, and a crow’s nest.
  8. Luna Park Pool, Disney’s BoardWalk Inn

  9. Luna Park Pool, Disney’s BoardWalk Inn – The carnival-themed Luna Park Pool offers the Keister Coaster water slide, and a chance for kids to cool off under the spouting trunks of grinning elephant statues. Children can even splash about in their own kiddie pool.

What’s your child’s favorite place to cool down at Walt Disney World Resort? Tell us in the “Comments” section.

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4 Comments

1

Bradley from TX on August 16th, 2013 at 9:08 am

How is Stormalong bay not on this list?

2

John on August 16th, 2013 at 9:59 am

I agree, Stormalong Bay should be #1.

3

karen from WY on August 16th, 2013 at 2:15 pm

Stormalong Bay should certainly be on this top 5 list! What could be better than building sand castles “on the beach”?

4

Brittney from AL on August 17th, 2013 at 12:00 pm

I love the Beach Club Resort pools!!! My fave!

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