Ketchakiddee Creek

Disney's Typhoon Lagoon

  • Type: Mild Thrill Ride
Height: 48 inches (122cm) or shorter
Experience: Fun For Little Ones

Ketchakiddee Creek is a special aquatic play area just for preschoolers and little kids at Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park. Romp around this children's water activity area full of sloshy, small scale slides, fun-filled fountains, watery whales, slippery seals, crawl tubes, waterfalls, a leaky tugboat and a mini ripply-rapids ride. There are 10 different activity areas with tons of fun for little ones who are less than 48 inches tall. There are 10 different areas for activities.

Cheery, upbeat music and a small sandy beach round out the features of this wateropolis of splashy fun! There are water features that spray everywhere including a tugboat and a mixture of whales and seals throughout the play area. A small sandy beach is also provided.

Touring Tips

  • Ketchakiddee Creek is located on the ground level on the left side of Mount Mayday on the other side of Castaway Creek.
  • This is a section for children. Here there are child oriented slides, raft rides, and other fun activities.
  • If you are taking small children to Disney's Typhoon Lagoon, you must give them time to play on their own on activities that are meant for them and their age group. They will burn off plenty of energy here.
  • Any time of year that the park is open is a good time to visit, but it does get very hot and very crowded during the summer peak season. There are two better times to arrive, shortly before the park opens, and in the warmer months when the park is open at night, its best to get there mid to late afternoon. If you want to go for the morning/early afternoon, it is essential to arrive by park opening time, particularly in the warmer months.
  • Weekdays, the nearer to the beginning of the week the better. Later in the week, Typhoon Lagoon attracts the people who typically spend the beginning of the week at the major parks. Local residents tend to keep things busy on the weekends.


  • Highly trained and qualified lifeguards are on duty over the course of the day patrolling the Water Park. All Disney lifeguards must complete a thorough training program that exceeds most national standards.

Touring Details

  • Best: Before 11am, after 5pm

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