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Old 03-24-2013, 06:22 AM   #16
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When we leave, I usually look for a family to pass on our noodles to.
Nice! I'm sure it makes their day.
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Old 04-08-2013, 11:12 AM   #17
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So what is the hourly versus all day rate? Are noodles allowed in other areas? Tubes?
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So what is the hourly versus all day rate? Are noodles allowed in other areas? Tubes?
Last I knew, the rate was $3 per hour or $10 for the day.

As far as I know, noodles are allowed in the other areas. Not sure about the tubes.
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Old 04-08-2013, 01:41 PM   #19
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Just back form BCV. There were a couple of tubes in the lazy river. It seemed like thiey were there everyday. The palce where you used to rent them was closed the entire time we were there. I did not see another place to rent them.
The ones in the pol did not have numbers or anything on them. It seemed as though they were there for anyone to use.


No way are they worth the money for a weeks rental.
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The "lazy river" at Stormalong Bay is very deep (8') and has a very swift current. It's one short loop.
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Old 04-08-2013, 05:51 PM   #21
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Personally, I am one who believes there should be no charge for the lazy river tubes. The tubes should remain in the lazy river, but Disney thinks it is better to charge guest a rental fee for a set of hours or all day. Tubes found around the SAB have been rented. Hourly rentals are returned, but I could see all day rentals just being left out. I think it also illustrates very few people use the tubes all day.

Overall, rent tubes for a few hours. Use noodles the rest of your stay. The better noodles (thicker) can be bought off Disney property for the same prices as Disney or even cheaper.
I totally agree. Over $400.00 a night in peak season and we had to rent tubes? Totally turned me off of that resort (well, that and other things). Back to monorail resorts for us!!
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