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Stanza XII Program Guide - Disney World's Water Parks

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Typhoon Lagoon



A typhoon has wreaked havoc upon a formerly pristine tropical paradise.

It is located in the Disney Springs area.


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Humunga Kowabunga
Three enclosed "speed slide" flumes that send riders downward five stories in seconds reaching speeds of 39 mph (Height Restriction: 48” or taller).

Storm Slides
Three body slides (Jib Jammer, Stern Burner, and Rudder Buster) that send riders from a height of three stories down twisting, winding channels to a splash pool at the bottom.


Gang Plank Falls
Family raft ride featuring large four-person inner tubes.

Mayday Falls
Tube slide flume with winding "rough rapids" feel.


Keelhaul Falls
Tube slide flume with a smoother ride, spiraling down through a waterfall and cave.

Forgotten Grotto
A cave walkway through Mt. Mayday.

Overlook Pass
A walkway across the slope of Mt. Mayday, with small waterfalls.​

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Crush 'n' Gusher
Water coaster where one to two-person rafts are propelled by water jets through hairpin turns and drop-offs. This attraction includes a choice of the water coaster slide "Banana Blaster", "Coconut Crusher", or "Pineapple Plunger".


Miss Adventure Falls
In June 2016, Disney filed plans to build a family raft ride adjacent to Crush 'n' Gusher. The family raft ride is highly themed and starts out with a large conveyor belt that takes riders, inside their rafts, to the top before, descending.

Sandy White Beach
Beach area with lounge chairs as well as a wading pool area adjacent to Crush 'n' Gusher.

Typhoon Lagoon Surf Pool
Wave pool, which has 6 foot high waves every 90 seconds.

Bay Slides
Beginner slide designed to send toddlers down gentle slopes that end in a secluded corner for the “Surf Pool”.

Blustery Bay
Zero depth entry tidal pool near the clock tower, adjacent to the “Surf Pool” and is surrounded by sandy beaches.

Whitecap Cove
Zero depth entry tidal pool near “Surf Doggies”, adjacent to the “Surf Pool” and is surrounded by sandy beaches.

Learn to Surf
Hosted by “Craig Carroll’s Cocoa Beach Surf School” a two and a half hour surf lesson before the park opens (additional cost).

Sunken Tanker
Underwater viewing area of the reefs. Viewing provided through tankers portholes.

S.A.S. Adventure
A 30-minute “Surface Air Snorkeling” experience. Using a “pony” tank, a small regulator, and a buoyancy vest experience the “Shark Reef” in a different way (additional cost). All participants must be at least 5 years of age.​

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Summit Plummet
The flagship attraction at 120 feet (36.6 m) tall, and speeds 60 miles per hour (97 km/h). It's the third-tallest and fastest free fall slide in the world. There is a minimum height requirement of 48 in (122 cm). Summit Plummet is one of the highest and fastest water slides on Earth. Barely behind "Insano" in Beach Park in Brazil which, when opened in 1989, was credited by Guinness World Records as the tallest and fastest water slide on Earth


Teamboat Springs
The world's longest "family white-water raft ride" at 1,400 feet (427 m) long. This attraction sends guests down a twisting series of rushing waterfalls. Water park guests sit in large blue rubber rafts, which can hold a minimum of four and maximum of six people, equipped with handles to hold on while the gushing water takes riders down the slide. No infants are allowed and other health restrictions are advised.

Slush Gusher
A 90-foot-tall (27.4 m), 250-foot-long (76.2 m) snow-banked mountain gully body slide attraction that reaches speeds up to 35 miles per hour (56 km/h). It has two places where it almost levels off, only to drop back down again. As such, it is one of only a few water slides where "air time" is achieved.


Downhill Double Dipper
One of the world's only side-by-side racing tube slides. It is located next to Snow Stormers on Mount Gushmore. This attraction's slides are 50 feet (15.2 m) high and are 230 feet (70.1 m) long. Guests travel up to speeds of 25 mph (40 km/h) on these twin inner tube runs as they race past internationally recognized ski racing graphic elements and flags. Time clocks count-off each downhill heat and the runs are outfitted with automated audio equipment that signals the start of each race. Also, it is one of the few racing slides where push-off speed is not a factor, as gates hold back riders until it is time for the race to begin. This attraction has a minimum height requirement of 48 in (122 cm).

Snow Stormers
A "mat slide" consisting of three flumes that are 350 feet (106.7 m) long. This attraction sits between Downhill Double Dipper and Toboggan Racers on Mount Gushmore. The attraction descends from the top of the mountain and follows a switchback course through ski-type slalom gates. Guests lie on their stomach on the toboggan-style mat as they ride down the flumes. Mat pickup at the top of attraction (shares mat conveyor with Toboggan Racers).


Toboggan Racers
An 8-lane, 250-foot (76.2 m) water slide next to Snow Stormers on Mount Gushmore. The attraction sends guests racing over dips as they descend the "snow" slope along the side of Mount Gushmore. Guests lie on their stomach on the toboggan-style mat as they race to the finish line. Mat pickup at the top of attraction (shares mat conveyor with Snow Stormers).

Runoff Rapids
A 600-foot (183 m) inner tube run featuring two open and one enclosed tube slides. This attraction careens guests down twisting, turning flumes, passing through corrugated steel pipes. Tubes available at the bottom of the attraction. Guests have to be ambulatory in order to ride as stairs are the only way to access this attraction. After reopening in 2018, after a year-long refurbishment, one of the open tube slides was closed. This attraction now only operates with one open and one enclosed tube slide. In 2019, the third tube slide re-opened to lower lines.

Melt-Away Bay
A 1-acre (0.40 ha) wave pool nestled against the base of Mount Gushmore. This attraction is constantly fed by "melting snow" waterfalls creating "bobbing" (short) waves.​

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Cross Country Creek
A 3,000-foot (914 m) slow-moving water attraction is commonly known as a "lazy river," that travels around the perimeter of the water park. The attraction carries floating guests (in inner tubes) through a supposed ice cave. Once inside the mysterious cave, guests will be splashed with the "melting" ice from overhead. There are 7 entrances and exits located throughout the park for this attraction, and any of these locations guests may pick up tubes and leave them as they exit the creek. The journey takes between twenty and thirty minutes to complete depending on crowd levels.

Ski Patrol Training Camp
An area for pre-teenage children.

Leisure Pool
The pool contains "icebergs" on which guests under 12 can walk across.

Fahrenheit Drops
Commonly known as the "T-Bar", this attraction is a rope drop that deposits guests that are under five feet (1.52 m) tall into eight point five feet (2.6 m) of water.

Freezin' Pipe Springs
This attraction is a short body slide. It deposits guests in the same water area as Fahrenheit Drops but has no height restriction.

Cool Runners
A wide-open slide (inner tube) area created by rapidly melting snow mounds (moguls).

Tike's Peak
Gentle slides designed to resemble scaled-down versions of attractions at Blizzard Beach. Also included is a snow-castle fountain play area with pop (water) jets. Picnic benches also provided. Footwear is suggested due to hot pavement. The attraction is limited to children under 48 in (122 cm).


The Chairlift
A "one-way" ride which carries up to 3 guests over the craggy face of Mount Gushmore, from its base at the beach to its summit. The chairs carrying guests feature wooden-bench seats, colorful overhead umbrellas and snow skis on their underside. This is the most recognized means of transport to the summit, where many of the rides are located (Guests can also climb a staircase to the top). A Gondola is also provided for disabled guests to access the top of Mount Gushmore. There is a minimum height requirement of 32 in (81 cm), 48 in (122 cm) to ride alone.​

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A - Wave Pool

Drift across the 4-ft waves of Polynesia.

With waves few feet less then Typhoon Lagoon's wave pool, this wave pool's grand, but not enough to take away from the other water park on property.

The coolest thing is the four-story waterfall splashing into the wave pool. Waterfall part of the wave pool will not be accessible to guest up to a certain feet away

B - Wailua River
Relax as this river takes you through various levels of the volcano.

This isn't your classic lazy river. This river is elevated, using jets to transport guests up and down the various floors of the volcano. You would assume that it would be more of a slide going down, but with the slow elevation and jets, it actually makes each tube slower.

C - Tiki Statues
Toddler Pool Area with bubbling jets, small slides and playful squirting tikis.

A Toddler Play Area will be featured on the first floor right next to the lockers and the Wave Pool.

D - Floating Islands
Try to balance on the rocks, if you don't you might fall off!

The classic "Float Walk" takes it's place in Mount Pelé, being in between the kid's area and the wave pool makes this attraction the perfect spot for family fun. Disney's Photopass will be available throughout the day.

E - Ala Moana Surfing Beach
The Tiki gods have put a spell on a pool and now the waves won't stop! Now, it's the perfect place for surfing!

You've seen it on cruises and at other water parks, now experience it the way only Disney can do! With excellent theming, it will look like the "wave" is coming out of rock work. The surfing pool will have jets going up, making the "wave" for guests.

F - Rain Fortress ft. Stitch
Stitch's house has been filled with water! Join Stitch with lasers, children's slides, and other contraptions in this water wonderland!

Stitch's house isn't your typical water fort. Alien water guns light-up with water and interactive animation lights up on the floors and walls. With water fun mixed with games, you can't go wrong!

G - Wailua Falls Racing Slides
Side-by-Side Racing Slides. Mat pick-up at the top.​

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H - Kanaloa's Whirlpool
This slide will make you go in circles over and over again!

The Classic Funnel slide makes it's way to Disney with a Polynesian Flair!

I - Rainbow Falls
Discover the Mystery of Rainbow Falls! Dark Raft ride.

See video for ride-through and vehicle description. Disney's Photopass will be available throughout the day

J - Tropical Rapids Raft
As your raft rocks up and down, no telling when you'll get back on the ground!

New ride system "rocks" the rafts back and forth, trying to balance the guests.

K - Lava Tubes
Shoot down triple speed slides through the volcano's lava.

L - Journey Into Pele's Fire
Journey on a raft expedition through the mysteries of Mount Pelé

M - Lava Bath
Hot Tubs for Teens and Adults.


N - Tropical Storm Slide
Experience the tropical storm of the century as this slide takes you down and around!

The Classic sideways funnel slide takes a new role with lighting and fog like your experiencing a real tropical storm! The outside of the Slide will be themed to a jungle.

O - Lava Bath
Hot Tubs for Adults ;)

P - Loko Wai Pool
Adult Only Pool :inlove:

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