Guests Go Barefoot in Disney Park After Massive Flooding

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Spacehip Earth and Monorail

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Some Guests decided to go barefoot after a flood took over a Walt Disney World Park recently.

EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays
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If you have ever visited Orlando, Florida then you already know how unpredictable Orlando weather can be. From torrential storms in the afternoon to intense heat, people should prepare for everything (well, except snow) when visiting the Sunshine State.

Guests who have visited the Walt Disney World Resort a few times will have surely experienced these storms and heat but may have also encountered some flooding when at the Parks.

EPCOT cosmic rewind with spaceship earth
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A post shared online through social media captured the moments EPCOT flooded after some intense rain. See the video below posted by u/No_Advantage4084

Epcot on June 20th-Flooded in multiple areas. Seems like this happens at Epcot often?

Epcot on June 20th-Flooded in multiple areas. Seems like this happens at Epcot often? from WaltDisneyWorld

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As you can see in the video above, Guests got absolutely soaked at EPCOT earlier this week, so much so that some opted to take off their shoes and continue their day barefoot. This is far from the first time we have seen Guests trapped in the midst of a “flash-flood” when visiting any of the four Disney World Parks and will definitely not be the last.

Last year we could also see Magic Kingdom turn into a legitimate water Park, as the Florida rain flooded several parts of the Park. Kids were splashing around throughout the walkways as if they were at Typhoon Lagoon.

It is also important to keep in mind that, due to safety protocols, a stormy day at the Parks causes select Disney World attractions to close for the duration of the rain and sometimes remain closed for a couple of hours after the rain has stopped. However, there are many attractions at the theme parks located indoors that Guests can enjoy while they wait out the storm.

Would you walk barefoot at Disney?

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