We learned last month that the Keister Coaster waterslide at Luna Park Pool in Disney’s BoardWalk Resort would be closing for refurbishment. The waterslide is notorious for its giant clown face, but it seems the clown face is no more.
The place where the clown face once sat is surrounded by sky-themed scrims. Nearby, construction workers were on the slide itself.
The clown face was bigger than even these scrims and construction walls suggest. Guests on the waterslide emerged from the clown’s mouth.
Chairs at the pool are set up for social distancing and guests are instructed not to move them.
The waterslide is expected to reopen at the end of this month, though refurbishment will continue around Luna Park Pool in November.
Luna Park Pool is based on turn-of-the-century Atlantic City.
From close up, it’s even clearer that there’s no giant clown hiding behind these walls. We’re curious to see how this area of the waterslide will be re-themed.
Keep checking WDWNT for more updates about refurbishment and construction projects throughout Walt Disney World Resort.