Casey Jr. Splash 'N' Soak Station

Description from PassPorter's Walt Disney World Guidebook:

This circus-themed water playground keeps kids cool on hot days. Your little ones will enjoy playing in the "steam" let off from Casey Jr. himself, as well as the animals who unexpectedly spray water all about. Have your kids wear their swimsuits under their clothes so they can play without worry.

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Type: Playground
Scope: E-Ticket
Ages: Ages 2 & up
Thrill Factor: You will get wet!

Average Standby Wait: 0 min.
FastPass: None
Bonus: This attraction is open during Evening Extra Magic Hours
Special Considerations:
- May remain in wheelchair/ECV

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