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Check Out Which Disney Park Will Not Open As Planned

Check Out Which Disney Park Will Not Open As Planned
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A Disney park will have a delayed opening. Find out which one and if it will put a damper on any of your vacation plans.

Blizzard Beach

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Refurbishment is a necessary part of running a successful theme park. After all, attractions must be kept up to date and spruced up to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for Guests. But sometimes an entire park closes for a period of refurbishment. 

Such is the case for Disney’s Blizzard Beachone of the two water parks found in Walt Disney World. It will begin its closure for refurbishment on March 19, 2023. So far there is no re-opening date.

Read all the details HERE about the closure.

Typhoon Lagoon

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Typhoon Lagoon hosts the H2O Glow Nights! This year they will run on select nights from May 20- September 2. You can read a full review of last year’s event right here. It was fun for the whole family.

If you were hoping to visit a water park during your Disney Vacation this spring or summer, don’t worry. Disney has got you covered. Disney’s other water park Typhoon Lagoon will be reopening just as Blizzard Beach closes. It seems to be a pattern of Disney’s lately for one waterpark to be closed while the other is open. Typhoon Lagoon was supposed to welcome Guests again on March 19, 2023.

However, this is now delayed!

Typhoon Lagoon Opening Delayed

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The re-opening day of Typhoon Lagoon has now been delayed! With the forecasted temps being a high in the low 60’s most vacationers won’t be heading to a water park.

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon will delay its re-opening. It is now set to open on Monday, March 20, 2023.

So, with the frigid temps for Florida, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon will not open as planned on Sunday, March 19, 2023. They have since set the re-opening date to Monday, March 20, 2023.

Hopefully, the temperature will warm up so we can all enjoy this freshly refurbished park!

What do you think of the colder temps delaying Typhoon Lagoon’s re-opening? Does this change any of your vacation plans? Let us know in the comments below. Be sure to check out some of our other posts below!

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