Water Parks & More in November?

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  1. nilseks

    nilseks DIS Veteran

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    We are contemplating getting the Water Park & More option added to our park hoppers for November 8-15th, but not sure about the weather? Is it typically warm enough to swim during the second week in Nov.? Has anyone been there during that time and found it to be chilly? Thanks for any input! :thumbsup2
     
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  3. swald91

    swald91 DIS Veteran

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    If you like the water parks, why not? You never know what the temp. is going to be like. I remember in Dec. once -it was in the high 70s-then 2 weeks later they were looking for gloves there!!!!
     
  4. stopher1

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    Oh yes, yes it is. Plus the water is not cold... it is Florida after all. We've gone to the water parks in all seasons and had a blast regardless of when what season it was.
     
  5. JEAhrtWDW

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    I would wait. Why add ythe option if you are not sure if you will be able to use it? If you get there and determine that you will be going to the waterpark then you can add that option to your tickets.
     
  6. eeyoregon

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    We were there almost that exact week and went to Blizzard Beach. It was very warm (got a horrible sunburn!) and the water was great! Crowds were low too.
     

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