Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak Station is the perfect stop for children on a hot summer’s day at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. Nestled in the back of Storybook Circus, this splash pad features circus elements and one famous locomotive.
This play area is inspired by Casey Jr., the circus train from Walt Disney’s Dumbo. So, each train car has exotic animals, including giraffes and elephants.
For instance, in the picture below, you can see a monkey on top of a giraffe’s head. Be careful. These elements randomly spray water!
Here are a few details for Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak:
|Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak Station
Yes, with Disney Genie+
Water Play Area
Seats Per Vehicle:
Kids play, and parents rest.
Bring swimsuits, an extra pair of clothes, and towels.
Guests may remain in a wheelchair or ECV to experience this attraction. This attraction is not available during early theme park or extended evening hours.
Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak
Since we’re in the parks often, we’ve passed by this circus-themed water play area many times. Suffice it to say the splash pad is popular when the weather is hot.
A few standard pool rules are displayed near the entrance.
You’ll want to keep these factors in mind if you plan to use the splash pad during your visit:
- This area is in direct sunlight.
- Parents can sit on short walls surrounding the splash pad while young guests play.
- If your child will enjoy playing in this area, make sure to bring a change of clothes.
- Restrooms sit immediately behind the splash pad area.
- This area closes in the event of inclement weather.
- Water doesn’t run at the splash pad when temperatures are cooler.
*Remember, the more you bring to Magic Kingdom, the heavier it gets as the day wears on, especially wet clothes.
Overall, Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak is a fun play area that allows children to cool off on a hot day. If you’re looking for a snack, you can pick one up at nearby Big Top Souvenirs or one of the snack carts near the entrance of Storybook Circus.
However, if you prefer a dry play area, you might visit the play-while-you-wait area inside the circus tent at Dumbo, the Flying Elephant. That area is air-conditioned and has bleachers for parents to sit on while children play.
However, the best play area for children is The Boneyard Playground at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. This is the perfect place for parents to take a break while children run off a little energy. But don’t be surprised when they don’t want to leave!
For more attractions, try our complete list of Magic Kingdom rides. Each attraction has a similar review that includes specifics for experiencing it.
Or you might like to check out the attractions in the immediate area:
- The Barnstormer
- Under the Sea Journey of the Little Mermaid
- Enchanted Tales with Belle
- Disney World’s Winnie the Pooh Ride
- Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
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