No, the whole park is not your personal restroom.
Can you not get enough of the Christmas spirit? Then head to Blizzard Beach, where you can hear Christmas music all year long! Yup, it’s mixed in with constant Jimmy Buffett and Bob Marley. It’s just wonderful. Someone break me off an ice pick.
Take a look at the sign above and you’ll notice an interesting thing. No, not Winter Summerland. The interesting thing is that there are only 4 restrooms in the entire park. There are two at the front/changing areas, and then there are only two within the meat and potatoes of the park. So choose. But choose wisely. Let’s explore, shall we?
The first restroom on your journey into the park is not a restroom at all, but a pet stop for Fido. Make sure he stops here, it’s the only one at Blizzard Beach.
Follow the path to the right to find lockers, changing rooms, and restrooms.
Blizzard Beach, in my opinion, has the most delightful restroom signage at Walt Disney World. If you would like to argue, tweet @outhouseofmouse. Take a look:
Incidentally, the signs read “men” and “women” in contracted braille. I guess blind people don’t get to enjoy the theme. Sad. A companion restroom is located here as well, in the back, locker side:
Moving on, time to head into the park and do some sliding! If you follow the path within Cross Country Creek to the right, you will come across restroom #1 of 2.
Both restroom chateaus look about the same, but this one is in a more populated area and is therefore the busier of the two. It is near two kid areas and is surrounded by lounge chairs. The restroom signage here is great too:
Now, take a stroll through the caves or do some lazy rivering to get yourself to the other side of the park.
On the left side, there’s a more isolated and therefore more preferred restroom. Seriously, the day I took these pictures, the previously mentioned one had people lined up, while this one was completely deserted:
For you cross country creekers, the closest creek entrance is Manatee Landing.
My favorite thing about these in-park restrooms is the inclusion of the towel dispenser:
Now that we are done within the park, we can head back towards the front for some lunch at Lottawatta Lodge. While there, stop at the last restroom on our tour on the outside of the building:
So that’s it for our tour of Blizzard Beach. Do you agree that the Manatee Landing restroom is the best one here? Did I miss anything? What’s your favorite and why? Let me know, and see you next time!