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News Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon to remain closed until March 2021

HauntedPirate

Sheltered-at-home Park nostalgist
Premium Member
If we end up going, Summit Plummet is my first stop. 😁 Hopefully I can convince one or two of my kids to do that slide as well. I still have a general fear of heights but I can do these types of slides now.
 

djkidkaz

Well-Known Member
Any rumors as to when typhoon will open? I would guess probably towards May when kids start to get out of school and the summer heat forces people to water parks?

Also, would like to see the water park AP make a return soon. $70 for a one day ticket as a local is just not happening.
 

DznyGrlSD

Well-Known Member
In the Parks
Yes
Any rumors as to when typhoon will open? I would guess probably towards May when kids start to get out of school and the summer heat forces people to water parks?

Also, would like to see the water park AP make a return soon. $70 for a one day ticket as a local is just not happening.

Probably not in 2021 - we'll see - it depends on the demand for the water parks vs available CMs to staff them. I wouldn't expect to see both of them open at the same time.

I also don't forsee them selling APs this year. Again, with only 1 park open + limited capacity it doesn't make any sense. I'm not sure about allowing APs to ugprade to Platinum either.
 

Giss Neric

Well-Known Member
I prefer Typhoon Lagoon cause of the wave pool,

Water parks will be in demand for sure cause it's the only place where masks is not really required to be worn since you're on the water most of the time. I hope they open Typhoon by summer.
 

CSJORDAN

Member
Why is the lifeguard wearing a mask? Suppose he has to jump in - doesn't make sense. More risk if you are drowning then from COVID.
I supervise a lifeguard staff for a recreation department, we also have our lifeguards wear masks when on duty. The expectation is they will rip it off (can be done in less than a second) before entering the water. In all of our trainings, we practice this with scenarios, I am sure Disney is doing the same.
 

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