Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, one of the water parks at Walt Disney World, has not reopened since the pandemic caused the resort to close. Despite remaining closed, several permits have been filed for Typhoon Lagoon.
Related – Aerial view of Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon
Recently a permit was filed for work to be done on the Ketchakiddie Creek toddler play area. Now, a new permit for the park has been filed. This permit is to “Provide labor & materials for replacement of play surface”, so it is likely related to the seemingly ongoing Ketchakiddie Creek refurbishment.
According to the Walt Disney World website, Ketchakiddie Creek is described as:
“Kids under 4 feet tall can frolic in shallow pools populated by whimsical crocodiles, squirting seals and playful elephants. Let them explore mini waterslides, splash in a cave with a waterfall and take aim with a water cannon aboard the leaky tugboat S.S. Squirt.
Kid-friendly tunes and a small, sandy beach make this the perfect playground for water-loving kiddos.”
Walt Disney World’s other water park, Blizzard Beach, reopened this summer. Hopefully work on Typhoon Lagoon will finish soon so it can reopen too! Are you looking forward to enjoying Typhoon Lagoon once again?