Blizzard Beach is a 66-acre themed water recreation attraction -- inspired by the mythology of a snow ski resort that didn’t exactly find a suitable climate in Florida!
April 1, 1995
Blizzard Beach Ski Patrol Training Camp
Designed for pre-teens with a T-bar drop, crinkle slide and a challenging ice-flow walk along slippery, floating icebergs. Cool Runners is the camp’s twin inner tube slide.
Wooden-bench chair lifts sporting colorful overhead umbrellas and snow skis on their underside, converted from ski-resort to beach-resort use, carry guests over the craggy face of Mt. Gushmore, from its base at the beach to its summit.
Cross Country Creek
A lazy creek circling the entire park, carrying floating guests through a bone-chilling ice cave. Once inside the mysterious cave, guests will be splashed with the “melting” ice from overhead.
Downhill Double Dipper
Side-by-side racing water slides that begin 50 feet high on the slopes of Mt. Gushmore and plunge riders along a hilly 200-foot-long course at up to 25 miles per hour.
One-acre pool at the base of Mt. Gushmore and fed by “melting snow” waterfalls.
An inner tube run where guests can careen down three different twisting, turning flumes -- one in the dark.
A double-humped water slide that drops guests through a snow-banked mountain gully from a start 90 feet up Mt. Gushmore (next to Summit Plummet).
Three flumes descending from the top of the mountain and following a switchback course through ski-type slalom gates.
Thirty feet above the peak of Mt. Gushmore is the platform for a thrill ride that sends the daring on a high-speed adventure down a 350-foot slide. At 120 feet high and up to 55 mph, it is one of the world’s fastest free-fall water slides.
The world’s longest family white-water raft ride takes six-passenger rafts down a twisting, 1,200-foot series of rushing water falls.
A kid-size version of Blizzard Beach for children ages 2 to 5 (under four feet tall), including scaled-down elements of Mt. Gushmore. In addition, this area features a snow-castle fountain play area.
An eight-lane water slide that sends guests racing over exhilarating dips as they descend on a 250-foot course along the “snowy” slope.
Blizzard Beach Artic Expedition
Frosty the Joe Man Coffee
The Cooling Hut
The Warming Hut
Blizzard Beach 2013 Pricing
Prices exclude tax (June 2 2013)
Ages 10+ $53
Ages 3-9 $45
Water Park Annual Pass
Ages 10+ $104
Ages 3-9 $85
DisneyQuest/Water Park Annual Pass
Ages 10+ $132
Ages 3-9 $102
Florida Resident After 2 p.m. Disney Water Park Annual Pass
Ages 10+ $
Ages 3-9 $
Blizzard Beach/Winter Summerland Combo ticket – can be purchased only at Blizzard Beach
Ages 10+ $
Ages 3-9 $
(As of June 12 2011)
Key deposit $5 (refunded when returned)
Large locker 18"Hx18"Wx16"deep $10 per day
Small locker 12"Hx12"Wx16"deep $8 per day
$2 per towel per day
Details on water park refillable mugs