EPCOT; Mother and Son; Spaceship Earth
  • On May 15, 2009
    Lycretia 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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    I wil be visiting WDW soon and I was interested in the water parks as well however, i am very conservative person and i don't like to wear bathing suits without a covering. Is that allowed

    Hi Kycretia,

    How exciting to be closing in on your arrival to Disney World. I had to do a little checking as it has been a little while since we have made it to one of Disney's water parks, so I was not sure of any official policy on bathing suits and cover ups. The only signage that I am aware of advises suits with exposed metal, like zippers, snaps and buttons, are not allowed as it may cause injury to a guest or damage to the slides.

    One piece suits, bikinis and tankinis are suitable and I myself have witnessed many guests enjoying their water fun with a t-shirt or tank over their suit. I did contact a Disney Cast Member and was advised that the use of cover-ups and t-shirts are at the discretion of the lifeguards and managers on duty. The only concern would be if the cover up or shirt could cause a safety risk while on a slide and then you would be asked to remove the item. I think for the majority of the day, you will have no problems with your conservative ways.

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