1989 is when Typhoon Lagoon Debuted
56 acres was used for Typhoon Lagoon
2.75 million gallons of water are used in the Typhoon Lagoon Surf Pool
2,100 foot “lazy river” is called Castaway Creek
15 feet wide is Castaway Creek
3 feet deep is Castaway Creek
1 split is included on the Castaway Creek river
2 feet per second is how fast the Castaway Creek moves
2 picnic area are located at Typhoon Lagoon
95 foot tall Mt. Mayday, which is surrounded by a 2.75-million-gallon wave pool.
2x times the size of football filed is the size of the world’s inland surfing lagoon.
6 ½ feet tall are the size of the waves generated by the wave machine at Typhoon Lagoon.
380 cast member’s work at Typhoon Lagoon
19.5 acres is the size of the guest parking lot
1,000 parking spaces for guest are located at Typhoon Lagoon
3 unique and separate rides off of one tower makes this water roller coaster the only one of its kind in North America
1350 gallons per minute is pumped from the Crush “n” Gusher water jets.
362,000 gallon saltwater pool is where you will find the shark reef
400 feet long are some of the roaring streams
2.5 acre wave making lagoon pool is here too
18 activity spots can be found at the Ketchakiddee Creek play area
90 seconds a wave is created in the surf pool
214 feet long is Humunga Kowabunga slide
3 tubes can be used at Humunga Kowabunga
60 degree angle is used at Humunga Kowabunga
30 mph is the speed you can reach on Humunga Kowabunga
35 foot tall kids slides called Bay Slides are great for the kids
400 foot slide called Keelhaul Falls is located at Typhoon Lagoon
460 feet long slide called Mayday Falls is located at Typhoon Lagoon
300 feet long ride is at Gangplank Falls
1 slide from Crush 'n' Gusher can fill a standard home-size pool in about 1 minute.
3 hours would be needed for Crush 'n' Gusher to fill up Disney's Typhoon Lagoon wave pool with the needed 2.7 million gallons of water
1996 is when Blizzard Beach Debuted
1 ATM is located here
1 acre wave pool is called Meltaway Bay
3,000-foot slow-moving water attraction commonly known as Cross Country Creek a "lazy river," that travels around the perimeter of the water park
120 feet high is Mount Gushmore making it the 5th highest point in Florida
3 colored slopes are at Mount Gushmore to aid guests navigating around the park: Green, Red and Purple.
66 acres make Blizzard beach the larger of the 2 Water parks.
21 slides, 1 massive wave pool, and separate areas for pre-teens and young children, Blizzard Beach has something to offer everyone in the family.
120 feet tall is Summit Plummet at Blizzard Beach.
2nd tallest free fall slide is Summit Plummet at Blizzard Beach
1,400 feet long makes Teamboat Springs the world's longest "family white-water raft ride"
4 to 6 people can ride a raft at Teamboat Springs
90 feet tall is Slush Gusher
50 MPH is the top speed you can get on Slush Gusher
250 feet long snow-banked mountain gully body slide attraction is Slush Gusher
35 miles per hour is the speeds you can reach at Slush Gusher
50 feet high is Downhill Double Dipper
230 feet long is Downhill Double Dipper
25 miles per hour is the speed you can reach on Downhill Double Dipper
350 feet long is Snow Stormers
8 lanes of racing can be found at Toboggan Racers
250 feet long is Toboggan Racers
127 steps need to be climbed before you ride Runoff Rapids
3 flumes can be found at Runoff Rapids
2 guests can ride 1 tube on Runoff Rapids
600 foot long run can be found at Runoff Rapids
66 degree is the tilt on the Summit Plummet
350 foot flume is also at Summit Plummet
55 MPH is the speed you can get to on Summit Plummet at Blizzard Beach.
$42,583,611.00 is the taxable value of Blizzard beach
$21,306,265.00 is the building value at Blizzard beach
$596,606.61 is the amount of taxes paid in 2006
2.5 feet deep is the Cross Country Creek lazy river