Splash Into These Spectacular Zero-Entry Pools At Walt Disney World
Soaking up the sun and making magical memories is what Disney is all about. Whether you’ve just arrived, are taking a break, or spent all day at the parks, the pools are every Disney resort are a fabulous way to cool off and unwind.
If you’re looking for family-friendly, zero-entry pools, then I have a ton of choices for you to wade into.
Resorts With a Zero-Entry Pool
Located at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge-Kidani Village, the Samawati Springs Pool is the perfect place to take a dip. This pool features an exciting 128-foot waterslide and zero-entry. It is also 4,700 square-foot and holds 118,138 gallons of water.
The feature pool at Disney’s Art of Animation, known as The Big Blue was inspired by the Disney-Pixar film, Finding Nemo. This vast, zero-entry pool contains over 308,527 gallons of water, making it the largest pools on Disney World property.
Bay Lake Towers offers the exclusive Bay Cove Pool where you’ll want to slide down the 148-foot-long waterslide and enjoy the gorgeous views of Bay Lake. There is also a water play area, complete with bubbling geysers.
The Fuentes del Morro Pool at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is easily one of the best pools on Disney property. With its Spanish Colonial theming, zero-entry, two watersides, water canons, and nearby splash pad, your little buccaneers will have a ball.
The newest Disney resort, Disney’s Riviera offers French Riviera vibes, breathtaking architecture, and picturesque landscapes. At the Riviera Pool, you’ll find a pool slide that winds around a stately column tower, and a place for little ones to make a splash at the S’il Vous Play water-play area.
At Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, you can skip on over to the Boulder Ridge Cove Pool and bask in the laid-back charm of this watery oasis. Here you can soak in the whirlpool spa, swim in the charming zero-entry pool, or score a comfy spot in one of the many seating areas.
At Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort the towering volcano, beautiful waterfall, and thrilling 142-foot-long waterslide at Lava Pool are a must-see. Plus, you can enjoy all your tropical drinks and snacks while enjoying the breeze off Bay Lake. Don’t forget to stick around for the Magic Kingdom fireworks that can be seen from the beach!
Resorts with Two Zero-Entry Pools
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort offers not one, but two amazing pools. Both are zero-entry. The Beach Pool boasts a 181-foot-long waterslide and picture-worthy views of Seven Seas Lagoon. While the Courtyard Pool has a more relaxed and peaceful feel, with maximum depths of 5 feet.
Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort boasts two spectacular pools. At High Rock Spring Pool you’ll enjoy gushing waterfalls, zero-entry, and a 128-foot-long slide built into the rocks. Or try The Paddock Pool with its 146-foot-long waterslide that flows from atop a water tower. Both also offer relaxing opportunities to soak up the sun and relax.
Zero-Entry and So Much More
Saving the best for last, Stormalong Bay offers 3 acres of endless aquatic fun. This 750,000-gallon, beachside wonderland is shared between Disney’s Yacht Club Resort and Disney’s Beach Club Resort. You can laugh the day away in the sand-bottomed pool, unwind in the lazy river, explore a life-size shipwreck, or slide down one of the highest hotel waterslides at Disney World.