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Moms Panel Monday: Warm Weather fun at Disney Parks

Spring is finally here, and after a long winter in much of the country, many Disney Parks guests are daydreaming about warm-weather activities. The Disney Parks Moms Panel has received quite a few questions about pools and water parks on property. We rounded up a sampling of tips from the Panelists about enjoying water activities.

Gina from Ohio is planning a summer visit with four boys of varying ages, and wants to know which water park she should check out. Our UK-based Moms Panelist Emma not only provided details about the water parks, but also recommended a couple of unique aquatic activities while there, see more here.

Karen from North Carolina was visiting Disneyland for the first time, and trying to decide which resort was the best fit for her upcoming trip. Panelist Courtney gave her personal take all three resorts, including a nod to the themed pools and waterslides at each, see more here.

Guest Sandra wanted to know if she could reserve seating at the Walt Disney World water parks, and Korliss provided details on both reserved cabanas and umbrellas at both Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach, see more here.

Morgan from Vermont is traveling to Walt Disney World with a toddler and looking for splash pads. Panelist Rachel offered a list of every resort with a splash pad, to help make the guest’s decision easier, see more here.


  • William, near the entrance to the Maharajah Jungle Trek in Asia there is a popping fountain kids can play in. In the Boneyard in Dinoland, U.S.A. there is a small waterfall kids can run through. And Kali River Rapids is a water ride that you’ll more than likely get wet on. Enjoy!

  • I’ve read that Animal Kingdom feels hotter than the other parks because there are less indoor attractions and seemingly less breeze. Are there any splash areas to cool off in Animal Kingdom?

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