Swimming in March

Discussion in 'Disney for Families' started by LaraB, Jan 19, 2010.

  1. LaraB

    LaraB Mouseketeer

    Aug 8, 2007
    Hi, for those of you that have been in March, just wondering if you've been to the waterparks and has the weather been nice enough to swim? We're going with our baby who will be about 3 1/2 months, worried it will be too cold for him. Also, we're staying at Coronado Springs, does anyone know if the pools are heated?

    Also, do they allow you to take a blowup baby seat for the baby in the waterparks?

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  3. 2luvmickey

    2luvmickey Where my dreams always come true...

    Sep 19, 2008
    It could be warm enough, but with a small baby, you may want a back up plan. Early March sees the temps in the lower 70's to 50's at night, warming as the month goes on.

    A few years back, I took my three boys to WDW in mid January. Although it was chilly, the POR pools were heated and the boys had a great time in the warm pool. It was a mad dash back to the room though!

    Enjoy your trip!
  4. mrsmarilyn

    mrsmarilyn Mouse Junkie

    Jan 3, 2007
    They don't open until end of March. The pools will be and they are heated--we've been swimming in the pools in January.
  5. Shleedogg

    Shleedogg DIS Veteran

    Apr 30, 2008
    We stayed at ASSp in Jan and the pools were heated. You could see the heat rising off of them on the days it was 30-40 degrees out. If the values are heated I'm sure the mods would be. Our last stay in a mod was in July, so the pools were bound to be warm either way.
  6. WL Fan

    WL Fan Mouseketeer

    Feb 23, 2005
    We've been lots of times at the end of Feb/early March. The kids always go swimming, although I don't think I'd swim with a tiny baby. The waterparks are doable too with older kids, Blizzard Beach will be closed while we're there, but we're planning on going to Typhoon Lagoon lots.

    There are floaties for older kids, but I don't remember seeing any for infants.

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