At Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park, adventurous guests can catch a wave and master the rush of shooting the curls as part of Craig Carroll’s Cocoa Beach Surf School.
Guests are invited to learn from professional surfers how to cut, carve and “hang 10? in the water park’s 2.75-million-gallon wave pool. Every 90 seconds, the world’s largest wave machine blasts out walls of surf that can tower up to six feet high.
The 2.5-hour program is available by reservation for $150 on select mornings prior to regular park hours. Guests (ages 8 and older) can call 407/WDW-PLAY for more information.
And for those guests just looking to plunge into some water park fun, they can spend the day among the tropical oasis at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon or the mountain ski retreat at Disney’s Blizzard Beach. The two popular water parks feature thrill rides, family-style raft rides, play areas for little ones and cool lounging for grownups. For more information about Disney’s water parks, guests can call 407/824-4321 or visit disneyworld.com.