- Mar 29, 2008
Reminder for AP holders planning to visit in September, there is an AP discount on cabanas and premium seating this month. It’s an AP Appreciation Month deal.
The park is scheduled to be open in February. As far as when we get to the actual day of your visit, it depends on the weather. If the high is around 60 or so, check UO's social media posts. They will keep guests updated on whether or not the park opens.We will be there the first week of Feb, will this park be open? Is it too cold to go then?
It is very possible, esp. since you will have Early Park Admission (if offered that day) and are very close to the entrance. Crowds feel like they are gradually getting smaller.Thinking to go next Monday, September 16, the morning after HHN if we are not too exhausted. Staying at Aventura so will be convenient. Do you think on a Monday we can do everything by midday?
We arrived there today around 9:15 and finished up our last ride about 3 pm. We did everything except Punga Racers and the Kala/Tai Nui body slides, and spent plenty of time lounging, getting lunch and drinks, and hanging out in the lazy and fast rivers. Hardly any lines until about 1 pm. If you arrive early to Early Park Admission and move faster than us it should be very doable to do almost everything by midday.Thinking to go next Monday, September 16, the morning after HHN if we are not too exhausted. Staying at Aventura so will be convenient. Do you think on a Monday we can do everything by midday?
It probably won't be very busy in November. Plus, there seems to be a lot of seating, even with shade. 10am won't be busy yet either.First timer possible going on Veterans Day (Monday in November)... park hours are listed as 10a-5p. How big of a deal will not having early access (staying at Disney) be if we get there at 10a? Easy to find a semi-shady area? Just two adults