On July 29, your favorite mobile game is bringing some special fun to Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park. And just like in the game, this event lets you make friends and embark on adventures together.
Guests visiting Disney’s Blizzard Beach on July 29 will have the chance to participate in lots of Club Penguin Island-themed activities such as a penguin splash competition in the Ski Patrol area, coloring contests, a ‘snowball’ toss with water balloons, and much more!
And if you aren’t already playing Club Penguin Island, you can get started by clicking here to download on a mobile device. Club Penguin Island is available for a $4.99 monthly membership subscription on the App Store or on Google Play.
It’s summer and that means it’s hot and humid. And if you are vacationing at Walt Disney World Resort, there are many ways to beat the Florida heat.
With two water parks and nearly 60 intricately-themed pools spanning over 47 square miles, you and your family may find a different water activity to exhilarate your senses every day of the year, not only during the hot months.
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park features the water coaster thrill ride Crush ‘n’ Gusher, as well as the brand new Miss Adventure Falls! And one of its main attractions is a two-and-a-half-acre wave-making pool that pumps out some of the largest man-made waves in the world – so large, in fact, that you can even take surfing lessons.
Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park is sure to keep your family icy cold with the spine-chilling thrills of a northern ski resort, but in the hot Florida sun.
Disney’s water parks are just the tip of the iceberg. You also can enjoy a variety of exotic resort-based water adventures depending on which Disney Resort you choose to call home. From the two-and-one-half-acre Stormalong Bay at Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resort, to the 11,000 square-foot Uzima Springs pool at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, you are certainly drenched with ways to beat the heat at Walt Disney World Resort.
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Disney has announced that the “Frozen” Summer Games will be returning to Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park starting May 26, with even more snowy, summery fun!
And for the first time in forever, you will be able to meet and take photos with Kristoff and Olaf at Blizzard Beach! Either Kristoff or Olaf will be at a designated character greeting location at the park, where you can snap photos of each “Frozen” star and let them know which team you chose to play for.
Following the success of the inaugural “Frozen” Summer Games last year, guests visiting Blizzard Beach can once again join Team Kristoff or Team Olaf to participate in a variety of activities, from Ice Pail Relays and a Snowball Toss to Ski Pole Limbo and Slide Races. It’s going to be a blast!
With crafts, games and a DJ spinning some up-tempo tunes throughout the day, the “Frozen” Summer Games are sure to be a major highlight of your day at Blizzard Beach this summer.
Let us know in the comments if you’ll be playing for Team Kristoff or Team Olaf this summer!
Now that summer is here, guests are excited to be able to cool off in one of the coolest places around, with one of the coolest snowmen around since the Frozen Games have come to Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park!
Olaf and his pal Kristoff made their way from Arendelle and are here to spend summer leading teams in some wintery fun. Their helpers, the Winter Games Committee members, have been busy getting guests on Team Kristoff and Team Olaf into the fun spirit of summer with awesome games like Slide Races on Toboggan Racers or Ski Pole Limbo.
And the best part of it all? Kristoff and Olaf are there to cheer their teams on throughout the day, especially during the closing ceremony when a winning team is crowned.
Be sure to choose a team and play in the Frozen Games while the competition is still going strong now through August 21!
Attention “Frozen” fans: Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park will play host to the inaugural Frozen Games this summer.
The Winter Games Committee has taken advantage of the freak snowstorm over Central Florida and will host an impromptu sporting event known as The Frozen Games. They’ve even invited Kristoff and Olaf to lead teams of guests in a day full of fun “Frozen” activities, before the warm sun melts the snow away.
Guests visiting the waterpark can to join “Team Kristoff” or “Team Olaf” and participate in a variety of activities, including Ice Pail Relays, a Snowball Toss to Ski Pole Limbo and Slide Races.
Olaf and Kristoff will join the Winter Games Committee members in the games’ Opening and Closing Ceremonies, and will give updates throughout the games to report on their team’s achievements.