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Disney's Blizzard Beach

Address: 1534 Blizzard Beach Drive.
FL 32836

Phone: (407) 939-5277

Website: Click Here

Disney's Blizzard Beach Orlando:

Now you can ski Disney! Slide down snow-capped peaks in Florida!

Blizzard Beach introduces the world's fastest ski jump slide where you'll go from zero to sixty in seconds. This ski resort is filled with moguls, chutes and slides guaranteed to give you the shivers.

Park Tips:
  • Plan ahead and check to make sure the park is not closed because it has reached capacity.
  • Get there early if your day is planned around doing Blizzard Beach.
  • Between October and March only 1 of the 2 Disney Water Parks will be open at a time.
  • Don't forget your swim suits.
  • Take your own food, Disney's Blizzard Beach can be expensive.

Park Entrance Fees:
  • You need a maths degree to figure out the way theme parks price their tickets, as they vary so wildly.
  • Choosing the cheapest day is not always the best option as the park could be a lot busier.
  • Keep an eye out for ticket promotions. Be careful though, if it looks too good to be true then it will be.
  • Consider Multi-Park tickets. Discounts are available for parks within the same organisation.
  • Compare buying in your own currency or in Dollars, you would be surprised.
  • Don't forget you have to pay "State Tax". Currently it is 6%.

Parking Fees:
  • Parking is included with admission price.


Chair Lift
Is a ski resort type transport that takes visitors who are 32 inches or taller to the top of Mount Gushmore for access to the attractions at the Green Slope area of the mountain.

Cross Country Creek
Is a slow, flowing stream where you can take a leisurely raft ride around the Water Park.

Downhill Double Dipper
Is a waterslide race on inner tubes for visitors who are at least 48 inches tall. Two parallel flumes pit two racers against each other in a race to the bottom of Mount Gushmore.

Melt-Away Bay
Is a one-acre wave pool for those who want to relax on a large beach area with beach chairs.

Runoff Rapids
Sends you twisting down the banks of Mount Gushmore for a refreshing plunge at the bottom. There are 3 unique waterslides to choose from.

Ski Patrol Training Camp
Has a variety of fun, water activities designed for big kids and preteens who are too old for the little one's area but not quite ready for the bigger waterslides.

Slush Gusher
Is a high speed waterslide for visitors who are at least 48 inches tall. This 90-foot-tall waterslide sends riders up and down as they speed over 2 humps on the way down Mount Gushmore.

Snow Stormers
Are 3 slalom style racing course waterslides designed for big kids, teens and adults that use toboggan style mats to slide down.

Summit Plummet
Is a 120 foot high waterslide for visitors who are at least 48 inches tall. This incredible slide has a 12 story drop and speeds riders down the mountain at 50 to 60 MPH.

Teamboat Springs
Is a family raft ride down a winding river. Big kids, teens and adults can all ride together in a large raft that holds 4 to 6 people.

Tike's Peak
Offers tots their own watery play area. A snow castle fountain, pop up water jets and kid sized slides make this shallow water area a perfect place to play for little ones who are less than 48 inches tall.

Toboggan Racers
Pits up to 8 riders in a waterslide race. Big kids, teens and adults can race each other on toboggan style mats to see who can make it to the bottom of Mount Gushmore first.
Guest Services:
Dressing Rooms
  • Dressing rooms, lockers and showers are found near the entrance to the park.
Wheelchair and Electric Convenience Vehicle (ECV) Rentals
  • Wheelchairs are welcome; however, they are not available for rent.
Baby Changing Stations
  • Baby changing stations are located in the restrooms.