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Mask and Park Pass reservation policy for the reopening of Walt Disney World’s water parks

There is just over a month to go until the reopening of Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park on March 7 2021, and ticket sales have resumed today.

For those planning to visit, there are two important points to note with regard to mask and reservation policies.

Masks will be required in all areas outside of the water.

When Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park reopens, it will operate in alignment with the health and safety protocols implemented throughout the Walt Disney World Resort, including reduced capacity, temperature screenings, physical distancing markings and face coverings. Face coverings will be required in designated areas for each Guest age 2 and up, including but not limited to the park entrance and exit, retail areas, and food and beverage ordering areas. Face coverings will not be permitted while experiencing water slides or in the water. You may also remove your face covering while actively eating or drinking, but you should be stationary and maintain appropriate physical distancing.

Unlike the main theme parks, Disney Park Pass reservations will not be required.

At this time a park reservation is not required to visit a water park, however, reservation requirements are subject to change. Water parks are subject to rehabilitation, seasonal, weather and capacity closures.

Article Posted:
Jan 26, 2021 / 11:28am ET

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