If you thought that Frozen Summer Fun was just going to melt away from the Walt Disney World Resort then you were wrong. This summer The Walt Disney World Resort presents the first ever “Frozen” Games at Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park.
This summer Olaf will have the chance to experience summer with his friends just like he always dreamed of doing. Kristoff and Olaf will lead teams of guest on a full day of “Frozen” activities as the “Winter Games Committee” oversees the guest at Blizzard Beach.
Beginning May 27 through August 21 this summer guest will be able to sign up at the park entrance and take part in the “Frozen” Games.
- Ice Pail Relays – teams will line up and pass pails of water quickly from one person to the next, trying to fill a container at the The team that fills their container first is the winner.
- Snowball Toss – pairs compete in a snow-themed water balloon toss from progressively greater The pair that gets the farthest apart without breaking its water balloon is the winner.
- Ski Pole Limbo – guests play limbo, using a ski pole as the
Slide Races – teams race down one of the signature water slides at Blizzard Beach, and much more!
Each day there will be an Opening and Closing ceremony that Olaf and Kristoff will take part in accompanied by trumpet fanfare, banners and music. Also one lucky guest will be chosen each morning to be the Ski Captain and thus the first guest to take the plunge down Summit Plummet, signaling the start of the “Frozen” Games.
Blizzard Beach is a 66-acre winter-themed water park. The park offers water activities suitable for all ages, including signature attractions such as Summit Plummet, one of the world’s fastest free-fall water slides that plunges guests from 120 feet high at speeds up to 55 mph; Toboggan Racers, an eight-lane water slide that sends guests racing over exhilarating dips down a 250-foot “snowy” course; Tike’s Peak, a kid-sized version of Blizzard Beach designed for kids ages 2-5; and Ski Patrol Training Camp, designed for pre-teens with a twin inner tube slide, crinkle slide and a challenging ice-flow walk along slippery, floating “icebergs.”