Which Disney World Resorts have Waterslides?

A trip to Disney World for our family includes a stay at one of the Disney World resorts. We love staying in and among the magic and in close proximity to the parks. Most of our vacations to Disney World include pool time, each Disney World resort host at least one pool, there are resorts with multiple pools. For more on that click here. Some of them even have waterslides. Some of these waterslides even rival water park slides, check out this list of the 5 biggest waterslides at Disney Resorts. Before you pin down which resort you want to stay at during your Disney World vacation, you may want to see if it has a waterslide first. Here are the resorts that have waterslides on their property.

Grand Floridian Resort and Spa.

Grand Floridian Resort and Spa is in the Magic Kingdom Resort area. The waterslide at Grand Floridian is located at their Beach Pool, one of two pools found at this resort. For more on the Grand Floridian Resort click here.

Polynesian Village.

Polynesian Village is a Magic Kingdom Resort and is home to DVC villas, bungalows and standard rooms. The Polynesian has two pools, one of which hosts the Volcano waterslide.

Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.

Bay Lake Tower is a DVC resort at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. The waterslide at this resort is found at its one and only pool. For a full review of the resort click here.

Wilderness Lodge.

The Wilderness Lodge is another Magic Kingdom Resort. It’s grounds place guests in the middle of the American Northwest, with beautiful greenery and a stunning waterfall. At this resort’s pool you’ll find a small but fun waterslide.

Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground

Fort Wilderness is a moderate resort with a campground. Many of its guests bring their RVs to camp right on this property. Fort Wilderness has two pool areas, one deep in the resort, the other is in the main recreation area. This main recreation area is coined the Meadow. Just a stones throw away from Chip n Dale’s Campfire Sing-A-Long, this recreation area is home to Fort Wilderness’ waterslide as well as their water play area.

Beach Club and Yacht Club

By far the most sought after pool at Disney World is the pool shared between the Beach Club and Yacht Club. These two resorts share Stormalong Bay. This pool has a small lazy river, a sandbar with pails and shovels, quicksand and so much more. The waterslide begins at the crows nest of an abandoned ship, goes over the resort’s walkway, before spiralling several times to finish in the pool. For more on this pool check out this previous post here. For more on the Beach Club resort click here.

Caribbean Beach Resort.

The Caribbean Beach resort is found in the Epcot Resort area and is a moderate resort. This resort has several pools but its main pool has the waterslide. The waterslide is placed in among what appears to be ruins. There is also a small waterslide here for youngsters.

Riviera Resort.

Disney World’s newest DVC resort, Riviera Resort is closely located to the Caribbean Resort, sharing the skyliner. This resort has two pools, one of which has a large waterslide.

Old Key West.

Old Key West is located in the Disney Springs resort area and is a sprawling DVC resort. This resort has several pools and the waterslide is located at the main building’s pool. The waterslide looks like a giant sandcastle. For more on the resort click here.

Coronado Springs.

This moderate level resort is found in the Animal Kingdom resort area and has an elaborate main pool area. There’s a large pool, with a waterslide and also a dig site for kids to explore and discover.

Saratoga Springs.

Paddock Pool. Saratoga Springs

Saratoga Springs is our home resort at Disney World. And it is home to not only one waterslide, but two. Making it an incredible place to stay during a vacation that involves quite a few non-park days. One of the waterslides is found at the main pool, High Spring Rocks Pool, for more on that click here. The other, on the list of the 5 biggest waterslides at Disney World, is found at the Paddock Pool. For more on that click here. Even if you don’t stay at this resort, it’s worth popping over to spend sometime at these exquisite pools. For a full review of the resort click here.

Port Orleans-French Quarter.

Although this waterslide is very small, it is really fun and unique. The focal point of the Port-Orleans French Quarter pool is the sea serpent waterslide. The creature’s body appears to be coming in and out of the pool. Guests can slide down its tongue into the pool. Port Orleans-French Quarter is a moderate level resort found in the Disney Springs resort area.

Animal Kingdom Lodge – Kidani Village.

Kidani Village is Animal Kingdom Lodge’s DVC resort. A quieter Deluxe Villa resort, Kidani Village is home to the Samawati Springs pool. Here you’ll find a large waterslide, a small waterslide for youngsters and some beautifully tucked away whirlpools. For more on the Kidani Village resort click here.

Animal Kingdom Lodge – Jambo House.

Animal Kingdom Lodge’s main building is Jambo House and is home to a huge pool named the Uzima Pool. This beautiful pool is zero-depth entry, has a pool side bar and a waterslide. All you want for a great pool day.

There you have it friends. 15 resorts that have waterslides. Even if you don’t choose to stay at one of these resorts, you can always pool hop to them. For rules and regulations on pool hopping click here.

For more posts on Disney Resorts check out these previous posts:

Disney Resorts We’ve Stayed at Again and Again.

What is a Disney Resort?

Which Disney World Pools have Lifeguards?

What’s the Difference Between a Value, Moderate and Deluxe Resort?