BREAKING: Disney’s Blizzard Beach or Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park Scheduled to Reopen on March 7, 2021

Walt Disney World has just issued an update for the reopening of the water parks, one of which will reopen on March 7, 2021, pending government approvals.

Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park during the extended COVID-19 closure at Walt Disney World.
(Image Credit: Jonathan Michael Salazar)

You can view reopening plans, plus refunds and extension details on Disney’s “Reopening Theme Parks” landing page:

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Water Parks

While Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park remain closed at this time, pending government approvals, we currently plan to reopen one of the two Disney water parks on March 7, 2021.

Like the other areas of Walt Disney World Resort, we will welcome back Guests and Cast Members to our water parks in a responsible way, with a plan focused on health and well-being. We will provide more details on our phased reopening plan, including a decision on the specific water park that will be reopening first, at a later time. This reopening date may change and if it does, we will let Guests know what to expect in a future update.

We realize that some Guests with existing tickets and some Annual Passholders are impacted by this update. We are offering options to Guests with an existing Premier Passport, Platinum Plus Pass, Water Parks Annual Pass, Water Parks After 2 Annual Pass or tickets that include the Park Hopper Plus Option or Water Park & Sports Option.

Ticket Add-Ons
If you have a ticket that includes the Park Hopper Plus Option or Water Park & Sports Option, we are offering options including:

  • Ticket Modification: Tickets, as well as Disney Resort hotel packages with tickets, may be modified. To discuss your options, please call the Disney Reservation Center at (407) W-DISNEY or (407) 934-7639, or contact your travel professional.
  • Ticket Cancellation: If you do not want to use your ticket, you also have the option of cancelling your ticket or package. To discuss your options, please call the Disney Reservation Center at (407) 566-4985, or contact your travel professional.
  • Ticket Usage: You may use your current date-based ticket with the existing add-on options at other experiences available during your visit.

At this time, Guests can purchase new tickets that include the Park Hopper Plus Option or Water Park & Sports Option for admission March 7 and later. We will resume sales of Water Parks Annual Passes and 1-Day Water Park Tickets at a later date.

Water Park Tickets
We will automatically extend unused, unexpired 1-Day Disney Water Park tickets through December 31, 2021. As an alternative, Guests may instead choose to cancel their ticket. To choose this option, please call (407) 939-2732. If you are unable to visit by December 31, 2021, you may apply the value of a wholly unused ticket toward the purchase of a ticket for a future date.

Water Park Annual Passes
Water Parks and Water Parks After 2 Annual Passes will be automatically extended for the period in which both water parks were closed. As an alternative, water park Passholders may instead choose to cancel their pass. To choose this option, please call (407) 939-2732.

Platinum Plus and Premier Annual Passholders
We will automatically be issuing our Platinum Plus and Premier Annual Passholders with water park access a partial refund. Find out more information on how this refund is calculated.

We will continue to monitor the constantly changing environment and its impact on the state of Florida as we find the right time to welcome back even more of our Guests and Cast Members.

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nineeye
nineeye
1 month ago

But other water parks in Orlando have been open for awhile..seems this has more to do with issues at Disney rather than “the virus”.

Nikki
Nikki
19 days ago

What do they mean about government approvals? Volcano Bay has been open at Universal. Why is that any different?

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