Bay Slides must be 60 inches or under
These two slides were designed with the little ones in mind. It’s a great way for children to get their feet wet on water slides, so to speak. Parents and grandparents can wait at the bottom.
A 2,000 foot lazy river. Tubes are included with park admission.
Crush ‘n’ Gusher must be 48 inches or taller
Crush ‘n’ Gusher is a water roller coaster. There are three different courses, and the rafts are made for either two or three riders.
A 300 foot rafting ride for the whole family. The rafts hold up to four people each.
Humunga Kowabunga must be 48 inches or taller
Arguably the biggest thrill at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, guests plunge five stories almost straight down in the dark.
A single rider inner tube thrill. It’s considered less intense than the nearby Mayday Falls and Gangplank Falls.
Ketchakiddee Creek must be 48 inches or under
A water play area for the kids. There are ten different activities, including mini slides, kid-sized tubes, animal statues, and a cave with a waterfall.
Another single rider tube ride. It’s more intense than the nearby Gangplank Falls and Keelhaul Falls. Mayday Falls is the longest waterslide at Typhoon Lagoon.
Miss Adventure Falls
A four person raft ride with a twist. Guests board the raft at the bottom instead of at the top. It opened in 2017, and Miss Adventure Falls features a fun theme and an Audio-Animatronic parrot named Duncan. The ride lasts for two minutes, making Miss Adventure Falls the longest water ride at Walt Disney World time-wise.
There are three different body slides here. Each offers a slightly different experience, but they all splashdown at the end.
Typhoon Lagoon Surf Pool
The largest wave pool in North America, Typhoon Lagoon Surf Pool features a six foot wave every 90 seconds. It is recommended that guests who are not strong swimmers stay in the shallow end. Surf lessons are held in Typhoon Lagoon Surf Pool on select mornings before the park opens.