Water parks only on a solo trip???

Discussion in 'Disney for Adults and Solo Travelers' started by orlandonewstarts, Feb 9, 2019 at 5:16 PM.

  1. orlandonewstarts

    orlandonewstarts Mouseketeer

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    We did 8 day family trip in November and did all the parks and sea world. This time I'm going solo for 4 days.

    Actually thinking about getting annual water park pass and spending all 4 days at the water park relaxing! But never been to neither water park.

    Staying at Disney hotel and going last week of April. Will it be warm enough to enjoy the water park? Not a slidle fan but LOVE a lazy river.

    This trip is kind of a freebie bonus trip. Had Southwest credits from when our last flight had reductions. So $28 to fly from MI round trip. Only $300 for the hotel and earning swagbucks gift cards to pay that off. :). Hubby thanks I'm crazy but the airfare credits expire in May so I want to use it.

    Thoughts on going alone? How is the water park? Won't have a car just using magical express so what do you all suggest?
     
  2. brad813

    brad813 DIS Veteran

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    I've done Blizzard Beach solo, and it was fun, but not sure I could do the water parks for four days. Also, bear in mind Typhoon Lagoon offers surf lessons preopening, if you are into that. I might consider a day off property to break it up a bit. They always have one water park or the other open, so always warm enough.
     
  3. captaindavidhook

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    I did Typhoon Lagoon solo last April and the weather was just perfect. It was just warm enough but a little cool but perfect because I kept a lot of people away as well. I did it for two days and I really enjoyed it and have no problem now going solo to water parks. Cast members were really friendly and helpful.
     
  4. orlandonewstarts

    orlandonewstarts Mouseketeer

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    Thank you both for your feedback. I'm still considering the water park but also considering 2 days in the parks (epcot and MK). Off topic but wondering - we have never done the dining plan. If I am staying 3 nights / 4 days. And do the 2 day park option. Do I get 3 days work of dining plan? And is it pretty easy to use at the resort for snacks and meals? It would be so much easier to use in Epcot and MK. But wondered about at the resort.
     

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