Disney’s Blizzard Beach is reopening on November 13th

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Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park is schedule to reopen it’s gates on November 13th after being closure for a long refurbishment since January 2022 when Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon opened after its refurbishment.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all 4 of Disney’s theme parks and its water park, and more closed. The theme parks reopened part-way through 2020, but Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park didn’t reopened until March 2021.  It didn’t last all that long and closed again for refurbishment

Walt Disney World just announced that Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park will be reopen next month for the holiday season.  For the first time in forever, the water park will introduce Disney “Frozen” touches at Tike’s Peak section of the water park.

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There’s plenty of “cool” arctic adventures of things to do in the hot Florida sun including water attractions for all ages, frosty eats and treats in a atmosphere of glacial glee.

When visiting Tike’s Peak in the water park, it’s filled with Frozen fun where young ones can enjoy them among the kid-sized thrills of Tike’s Peak.  It can be going from miniature slides and attractions or splashing around in front of Anna and Elsa’s igloo castle or playing with Olaf and his Snowgie pals in the warm wading pool.  It’s made for everyone literally to have a blast and to stay cool!

Winter Holiday is around the corner!  Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park is offering a limited-time food and beverages will be available until December 31st.  You can find these delicious treat such as Orange Bird DOLE Whip cone and Peppermint Milkshake.  There’s also a daily snowfall, holiday music, festive inner tubes, and even a tropical-dress Santa.

Sleigh the day away as you zoom down the water slide toboggan style. In a course filled with dips, hills and fierce competition, you can race against your friends and family to see who will take first place.

Calling out all foodies and like, you can savor brand new bites like Cajun Shrimp and Grits, and sip on new beverage like Watta-Melon Passion Lemonade from Lottawatta Lounge.  There are many returning menu and drinks items coming back for you to enjoy while at the water park such as the iconic 50th Ice Cream Sand Pail Sundae.

Get your swimming suits on and head to the water park.  You do not need to make reservation to go to the park so go for it!