Waterproof cast allowed on lazy rivers at waterparks?

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  1. kuhltiffany

    kuhltiffany DIS Veteran

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    My daughter is in a short leg cast right now due to breaking several bones in her foot. By the time we're at Disney, she is allowed to weight bear. We have a waterproof cast cover and would love to be able to relax on the lazy river type tubes at either of the water parks, just wanted to make sure it's allowed before I suggest it to her...
     
  2. mindy lou

    mindy lou Mouseketeer

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    I was at Typhoon Lagoon today and saw people with casts (I think I only saw arm, but I am sure that the same rule applies) on the lazy river, in the wave pool and on all of the tube slides (we didn't do any body slides, so I can't comment on those). Last year my son had a broken shoulder and was in a sling but able to do lazy river, wave pool, and tube slides.

    Have fun!
     
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  3. kuhltiffany

    kuhltiffany DIS Veteran

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    Thanks! We're not planning on doing anything crazy, just cooling off. I wasn't sure if there was a policy or not so wanted to see what others had experienced :)
     

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