Question of the Week: Are Disney pools heated?
The temperature at all of the Walt Disney World resort water parks and Disney pools are maintained and adjusted throughout the year. If the temperature of the water goes below 75 degrees, the pools will get heated.
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Cold days are few in Florida; however, it’s not necessarily going to be the temperature of the water that bothers you, but the air temperature when you have to make the trek out of the pool to your room.
The pool will feel nice and cozy, but the cold air will hit you hard once you step out. Be sure to have your towels close by.
When using the Disney pools in the winter, I recommend going after lunch (from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m.) when the sun is at its peak. On the rare freezing days at Disney, water parks and resort pools will close so be sure and check availability prior to your visit.
Personally, I don’t swim in temperatures below 70 degrees, but I have seen people in the pools when it was 50 degrees outside.
Hope this answer helps 🙂
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