Bay Slides at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon

The Bay Slides are a pair of slides designed for youngsters at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon. These fun slides provide a perfect solution for parents to enjoy the wave pool while managing younger children.

In this article, we’ll preview the Bay Slides and see if they are a good fit for anyone in your group. Upfront, I have to admit that I visited Typhoon Lagoon for many years without ever noticing this particular area existed.

Early on, we developed a “favorite spot” to enjoy the wave pool. Our favorite spot was located on the far right-hand side of the pool past Let’s Go Slurpin’.

I mention this because the Bay Slides are located on the opposite, left-hand side of the wave pool. They are in a separate cove called Blustery Bay.

Related: The Wave Pool at Typhoon Lagoon

Blustery Bay is an excellent area for children who aren’t quite big enough to take on the wave pool. A large rock formation that doubles as a slide helps block the current of the stronger waves from coming into the bay.

The Bay Slides have a maximum height requirement instead of a minimum. These slides are for the enjoyment of children 60″ or less.

The slides are accessible by a small set of stairs. A lifeguard sits at the top.

Below is a photo of where the slide exits on the opposite side. You’ll notice a divider at the slide’s exit that blocks the waves.

Here is a closeup.

Additionally, you’ll find several sitting areas along a rock wall behind the Bay Slides. If your children are old enough to slide independently, you can sit and watch.

Overall the Bay Slides are a fun area for the little ones. And it’s a pleasant area to enjoy the pool while children play.

Additionally, you might enjoy learning about Ketchakiddee Creek, a dedicated aquatic play area for children at Typhoon Lagoon.

Related: Ketchakiddee Creek at Typhoon Lagoon

And if you’re looking for slides, make sure to check out these ride reviews:

Or browse all of our articles for Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park.

In the comments: What are your thoughts on the Bay Slides? Does this look like an area your children will enjoy?