Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Apr 14, 2010
    Emily from FL Asked

    I'm counting down until our June trip! I can't wait! We are staying at the All Star Movies, and I was wondering if there are any restrictions at the pool for floats and other inflatables? I love the panel! i visit everyday!!!!!

    Hi, Emily! I'm so glad that you love the Moms Panel...we certainly enjoy sprinkling pixie dust on others' WDW vacations! (It's the next best thing to planning our own!) Our family has enjoyed resort pools throughout the WDW property, and I have found that they each have different policies....and some even have different policies in the various areas of the pools.  For instance, some pools are more consistently crowded than others and don't allow floats or flotation devices (other than life jackets). Then, I've found that some lifeguards won't allow floats near the pool area where the slide ends but allow them in other areas of the pool.  Of course, we've also been in a pool either very early or very late in the day when we were the only ones there, and we had our run of the place. So, in your case, I would certainly bring your floats, but don't blow them up until after you arrive to the pool and check out your pool's policies. Remember to ask if they have an air pump/hose nearby -- I hope this helps! Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation!
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