EPCOT; Mother and Son; Spaceship Earth
  • On Jan 15, 2013
    Sharise Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Always get great answers from you AMAZING people... Are there machines to spin the water out of swimming suits at Typhoon Lagoon? Heading straight to the DHS afterwards and don't want a dripping backpack! Thanks much

    Hi Sharise!  Thank you so much for your compliment-we at the Moms Panel love to hear that we are truly helping people.  Disney's Typhoon Lagoon is so much fun, but you are right; there's always the question of what to do with those sopping bathing suits when you are ready to leave.  While I have heard of those spinning machines, unfortunately, Disney's Typhoon Lagoon does not have them.  My best suggestion would be to bring along a plastic bag and put your wet suits inside. That way, nothing in your backpack will get ruined (Be sure to take them out of the bag as soon as you get back to your resort so they don't get mildewy!)  Also, I find if I roll the suit up tightly in a towel and then squeeze it gets a lot of the water out, leaving it more damp than wet.  And my final tip-two piece bathing suits are not advised if you will be enjoying any of the steeper, faster slides.  Many unsuspecting guests have emerged from the water with tops or bottoms askew, much to their embarassment!  One piece is the way to go!

    Have a great time on your Walt Disney World vacation and at Typhoon Lagoon! Please come back and visit us at the Moms Panel any time.

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