• On Jan 11, 2020
    Karla from NL 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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    are 2 year olds allowed on any water slides at blizzard beach?


    Thanks for your question!

    So obviously there are many water slides at Disney's Blizzard Beach that are a bit too extreme for a 2-year old. But Disney does such a great job of making some fun for all ages. 

    There is a special section of the park that is ideal for your little one. Tike's Peak is not a single slide, but is a a zone for preschoolers. I like it, not only because it gave my kids something to do, but it also got them out of the way of more energetic older kids who might not notice them in all the excitement and bump them or knock them over. 

    In that area there are mini-slides, a splash area, and some sandy beach area too. The slides include a set of three side-by-side racers that drop them about 3 feet in the span of a maybe 20 foot long run. There is a tube slide, and a single slide, each of which run about 50-60 feet. They are ideal for this age! Of course you also have the Melt Away Bay wave pool area too, for when you want to relax a bit. 

    I hope that this helps! Make sure to send us any other questions you have!

    Have a Magical Vacation!

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