They normally choose a winter month to do any maintenance, refurbishment, etc. They can be closed for weeks at a time for this. I would check with the resort before the trip to see if the feature pool is scheduled for anything like this. But if the resort pool is open, the water is heated, and it's nice to not have to get out so often as at a water park.ya maybe we will just stick to the pools at the resort - they are open too then yes?
We usually go to WDW around that time of year and it seems as if Typhoon Lagoon is always closed for refurbishment. So count on Blizzard Beach being your only choice. The odds are that you are not going to get weather in the 80's, although it has been known to happen. You are more likely to get weather in the 70's. If the wind is blowing it can be very cold on top of those slides.Going for 8 nights starting Jan 31st, I am wondering if people do water parks in the winter is it too cold?
Thoughts please . . .