1. joe barnard

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    I have been purchasing annual Typoon Lagoon passes for several years now and my experience Sept 13, 2014 has changed my mind about purchasing any other year. We arrived before opening and there was only one window open to purchase tickets. The line was backed down the sidewalk. It took us almost 2 hours to get tickets even after seeing a number of employees standing doing nothing. Asked them why there was only one window open on a busy Saturday and they said one person called in sick and hourly cut backs. One person calls in sick and the guests have to wait in long lines to purchase tickets. Absolutely unsatisfactory!! Noticed you have a girl that fills ketchup cups at snack bar and one that that catches leaves in the Slow motion ocean, but not have more ticket windows open on busy days. I also noticed not many employees were very nice or happy as in the past. Everyone seemed to be very grouchy. You also changed the food menu which I can understand. But I looked forward to your Chili Dogs ( they were very good) and they are no longer available. As you can tell our experience at the park which is normally a very nice one was awful!

  2. John-Henning Rath

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    As all of the other Disney parks, this is amazing! Large waves in the lagoon and fun to be in for both adults and kids.

  3. Jenny Farmer

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    I couldn’t believe that the surface was as bad as it was at Blizzard Beach. These parks were supposed to be the highlight of our family holiday and to have to comfort small children whose legs were scraped raw by falling on the ground was appalling.

  4. Lei Casanas

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    Compared to other water parks you cannot beat the atmosphere here… everywhere you go you feel like you are in Hawaii not Orlando and there is fun California Surf music playing all day long. It was crowded so make sure you are patient and wait your turn toward the end of the day or if there is a quick rain shower many people leave and you can go on ride back to back! The park closes at 8pm and we must have gotten on the Crush and Gush a solid ten times and at 759pm my kids were still riding the last tidal wave at the lagoon. It is a bit adventurous so if you are not prepared to rough it on the rides or get wiped out in the lagoon do not go in. There are options on the beach and floats around a lovely waterway the length of the park which are tame and you can stay on as long as you want. We had a terrific time and it is after all Disney so again the atmosphere cannot be beat. The lunch was delicious and reasonable and my favorite you could get a cocktail or beer and sit in the sun at the beach while my kids wiped out at the lagoon. Also, we have been to the other Disney parks several times so the Water Park was different for us and half the price of Magic Kingdom or Epcot. I will definitely go back but plan to visit Blizzard Beach Disney’s other water park firs. (:

  5. Liam Sorrell

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    I purchased an annual pass and went with a friend and his mother. We enjoyed most everything! A few of the family oriented rides were a little lame, Mayday Falls being the best. Humunga Kowabunga was one of my favorites, and as it happened to rain, lots of people left, expecting it to ruin their day. The wait was minimal for everything, on quite a busy day, the longest we had to wait was 20 minutes. The Shark Reef was also very interesting, and the Wave Pool was the best I’ve ever been in. The Crush ‘n’ Gusher was the highlight of my experience though, I rode all three tracks, one of the best rides there.