Yes, even the water parks have characters, slip your autograph books in a ziplock bag and meet your favorite characters, decked out in tropical attire. Breakfast at the the Beach Club the day you choose to go to a water park, to fully get in the sun-bathing spirit. At the breakfast, Minnie and friends are dressed in beach attire for breakfast. Another tropical/paradise-esque option is Ohana’s Hawaiian fest, or the Spirit of Aloha luau, also at the Polynesian Resort.
Meet Goofy at the Blizzard Beach Water Park at Sonny’s Sleds by the entrance, which is the primary photo opportunity for this park.
Lilo and Stitch at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park outside High N’ Dry Rentals.
Magic Kingdom is where all the storybook magic unfolds. Due to popularity, most characters exchange in and out specific locations. FastPass+ options as well as Photo Pass opportunities to capture the precious moments.
The princesses usually work 40-45 minutes at a time, then take a 15 minute intermission. If you stay in line, you will not lose your place and you should have decent placing when the princess returns from her beauty nap.
Try to arrive at least five minutes prior to the beginning of the scheduled meet-and-greet time as the line may close to new guests as they get close to the scheduled ending time.
Even though Magic Kingdom offers some great characters meals like Cinderella’s Royal Table (inside Cinderella’s castle), Be Our Guest (Belle’s Castle) and Crystal Palace (Winnie the Pooh), most of the character meet-n-greets take place at specially-themed booths, such as Ariel’s Grotto or Merida as a Warrior at her booth.
BELOW ARE THE USUAL CHARACTERS FOR SPECIFIC CHARACTERS: