Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Apr 13, 2011
    Isabel from FL Asked

    Hi, we are seasonal pass holders and on our last trip in March we saw there was a small water play area in Epcot that would squirt and spray. Is there something similar in every theme park, mainly MK? Our 2 year old would love that this June! Thank you!!!

    Hi Isabel,

    Each park has something to cool off a bit at, but not exactly like what is at Epcot. 

    At Epcot, a water play area is located on the path that connects Future World with the World Showcase.  Also, near the exit of Test Track there are blowers that sprays a water mist.  If you'd like to try and catch some water, look outside the Imagination Pavilion.  To a take look, click here.

    At Disney's Hollywood Studios a few sprays of water can be discovered when playing at "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" Movie Set Adventure.  When you are near Lights, Motor, Action Extreme Stunt Show, look for an umbrella on a street light and stand underneath it for a surprise (think Gene Kelly!).

    At Disney's Animal Kingdom, there are several mist blowers throughout the park to help cool off guests, but a small bit of water surprises can be found at The Boneyard.  If your daughter would like to help spray water on unsuspecting guests, buttons can be pushed on the bridge that overlooks Kali River Rapids.

    Sadly, at  the Magic Kingdom the water play area that was in Toontown is no longer there with the renovation of Fantasyland, but you can find some water mist sprayers in Tomorrowland.

     If you are up to visiting Downtown Disney, there are two tried & true water play areas (fyi, one may not be available because of the temporary relocation of the Lego Imagination Center). And of course, be careful of the ever mischevious Stitch outside the World of Disney -- look up as you enter the store!
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