Lazy River at Typhoon Lagoon
  • On Aug 21, 2022
    Tylor from OR Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    For Castaway creek, can we bring our own baby float tubes? I have one we bought off of amazon, my 4 year old likes to float but isn't a strong swimmer. She is diagnosed with ASD so we are very cautious about what water activities to take her to.

    Hiya, Tylor!

    Welcome to planDisney, friend! A visit to Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park is sure to be a splashtastic adventure for your whole crew. You will find thrilling plunges, epic 6ft waves, and some gentle experiences for those that may not be the thrill seeker in your party. Young Guests like your four-year-old may enjoy experiences like the whimsical Ketchakiddie Creek. This spot offers shallow pools and a small sandy beach perfect for your ones.

    When you are ready to adventure beyond Ketchakiddie Creek and spend some time at Castaway Creek you will be able to unwind as you float down a lazy river that makes its way around Typhoon Lagoon. Guests can pick up inner tubes at several locations along the route. There are a variety of sizes and options available. You can also pick up complimentary lifejackets at self-serve racks throughout the park. If you prefer to bring your own floats, here's a full list of what you can and cannot bring:
    Bring it with!
    • Swimmer's aid devices that attach to the body (Parent/Guardian should stay within arm's length of the child.)
    • Coast Guard-approved personal floatation devices (PFD), water wings, and flotation sewn into the bathing suit.
    • Baby float tubes are permitted in Castaway Creek, Crush 'n' Gusher swim area, and Cross Country Creek. Parent/Guardian is required to be in contact with baby float at all times.
    Leave it at home!
    • Flotation devices that do not come in complete contact with the body.
    • Fun Noodles (pool noodles).
    • Kickboards.
    • Personal Inner Tubes
    • Rafts
    Tylor, if the floatation device/tube you are referencing for your child is a baby float tube, you should be good to go. All other types of pool floats may not be allowed in the park.

    I hope your water adventure is full of giggles, thrills, and a splash of magic!
    We'll see ya real soon!
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Meet the Panelist: Tammy, Illinois

Hey Everyone! I'm Tammy. My Ohana and I live in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago. I am a preschool teacher and I also coordinate events for youth and families. I have been visiting Walt Disney World Resort since I was a teenager. I'm always looking for a new adventure to explore or an amazing snack to try. I love to share my tips and experiences because I want to help make all trips as memorable and magic as my travels have been.  Learn More About Tammy

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