The park, which opened on June 1, 1989, is home to the world's largest outdoor wave pool.Its theme is the "Disney legend" of a typhoon that wreaked havoc upon a formerly pristine tropical paradise. Ships, fishing gear, and surfboards are strewn about where the storm flung them. Its centerpiece is "Miss Tilly," a shrimp boat impaled upon a mountain named "Mount Mayday" that erupts a 50-foot (15 m) geyser of water from its smokestack every half hour, right before the bells of the watch sound on it. Its mascot is Lagoona Gator who is related to Blizzard Beach’s, Ice Gator.
Typhoon Lagoon Surf Pool - one of the world's largest wave pools including waves that crash down on the shore every 90 seconds
Castaway Creek - a lazy river that meanders throughout the park
Ketchakiddee Creek - Slides, raft rides, and bubbling jets for little ones
Keelhaul Falls - The mildest of the three raft rides. Single-rider only
Mayday Falls - The wildest of the three raft rides. It is also the longest water slide there.
Gang Plank Falls - A medium-intensity family raft ride located near Mayday Falls and Keelhaul Falls
Humunga Kowabunga - Three speed slides that plummet the rider down five stories in complete darkness
Storm Slides - Three body slides, that careen down three stories of banks and turns
Shark Reef - Salt water snorkeling experience with sharks. Closed in 2017.
Bay Slides - Body slides for children
Crush 'n' Gusher - Three different aqua coaster water slides that can have up to three guests ride at a time
Want to surf the perfect wave at Typhoon Lagoon? Surfing is prohibited during park hours, but you can surf after hours or before the park opens in the morning. WDW books Private Surf Parties for up to 25 wave rides so they can enjoy the 2.75-million-gallon wave pool all by themselves. Waves up to six feet tall will roll every 90 seconds, giving you 100 chances for a great ride in just three hours.