PHOTOS - Typhoon Lagoon wave pool drained for refurbishment

Mar 07, 2018 in "Typhoon Lagoon"

Aerial view of Typhoon Lagoon wave pool emptied
Posted: Wednesday March 7, 2018 12:50pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Typhoon Lagoon is currently closed for its annual refurbishment, and on a recent flight over the park we got an interesting look at the park's wave pool.

One of the world's largest surfing lagoons at approximately 109,000 square feet and containing nearly three million gallons of water, the wave pool is completely drained and work is underway on maintaining the surface and preparing it for the busy season ahead.

Typhoon Lagoon is scheduled to reopen to guests on March 18 2018.

Click the gallery or more pictures of the Typhoon Lagoon wave pool refurbishment. Photos for WDWMAGIC by Colin Chardavoyne @cchard

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tissandtullyMar 08, 2018

Pretty sure it's just called a skate park.

tissandtullyMar 08, 2018

Do we know the last time the wave pool was resurfaced? Here's hoping they make it a little bit smoother, it can get a bit rough if you scrape your knee along the bottom.

CJRMar 08, 2018

Love these pictures! Thanks for sharing! Anyone else looking at the old Shark Reef area wishing they would have done something with it? Good to see the sub is still there though, I'd love to see them work it into something.

Walt dMar 07, 2018

Thats what comes out of the tap, at the hotels yum”

jhastings74Mar 07, 2018

Where do they drain that much chlorinated water to?

wdwmagicMar 07, 2018

PHOTOS - Typhoon Lagoon wave pool drained for refurbishment

Walt dMar 07, 2018

Now there is somthing you dont see, every day” a wave pool with no water, and no waves! Hay somebody call kelly slater and tel him, surfs up, wax on mate”