Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park at Walt Disney World is set to welcome guests to “cool off” for the holiday season, on November 13th for one the favorite spots to get away from the Florida heat. As ironically it sounds for “the first in forever” as the water park will have some new touches, for selected areas to include Walt Disney Animation Studios “Frozen”. There will be plenty of arctic adventures in the hot Florida sun, including water attractions for guests of all ages, frosty eats and treats and an atmosphere of glacial glee.
The new Frozen features will be part of the kid-sized thrills of Tike’s Peak that’s popular among young guests who will delight in the statuettes of Olaf and his Snowgie pals in the warm wading pool, as well as Anna and Elsa’s igloo castle.
The water park, which features heated water throughout the park, will also have an enhanced holiday atmosphere. This year there will be limited-time holiday offerings through December 31st that include holiday-themed treats, snowfall and festive inner tubes. Guests can even meet a tropical-dressed Santa for the ultimate Florida holiday experience.
Fellow guest favorite popular attractions and features include; Summit Plummet, Teamboat Springs,Toboggan Racers, Cross Country Creek and Runoff Rapids for every family member to enjoy.
The food and beverage options will also be a huge draw for guests again. The water park offers several spots where guests can chill out and try mouth-watering culinary creations. Such as new Frozen-themed menu items. Returning popular sweet and savory snacks like the Earidescent Ice Dream Cone, 50th Ice Dream Sand Pail Sundae and Walt’s Chili Nachos.
As these tasty treats and snacks can also be found at various dining locations throughout the water park. Adults can complement their flavorful bites with chilling new beverage offerings like Orange Slope DOLE Whip Swirl at Warming Hut. There’s also a Red Slope Bloody Mary at Frostbite Freddy’s and a Melt-A-Way Margarita at Polar Pub.
About Walt Disney World Resort Water Parks:
Walt Disney World’s water parks have something that makes them unlike anything else on earth: they’re drenched in Disney magic. You’re immersed in fantastic stories that transform you from a brave thrill seeker to a relaxed chill seeker.
There’s magic in every drop. It’s some of that magic that turned a once-time ski resort into Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park. From bunny slopes to black diamonds, come plunge into downhill thrills and plenty of ways to chill.
Zip down the 120-foot-tall Summit Plummet waterslide, tackle a fast-paced tube run and a family raft ride or enjoy a leisurely float along a meandering creek. And little ones can have big fun at Tike’s Peak. It’s all here at the polar opposite of other water parks!
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Source: Walt Disney World