Bringing Alcohol to Waterparks?

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Bringing Alcohol to Waterparks?

Hey I was wondering if you could bring your own Alcohol into the parks I have a really strange allergy to a lot of liquors so when I relax and day drink I bring my own.
Is this super frowned upon? DH and I have never been to the WaterParks and just got our AP as a wedding gift to eachother. So new to all this.

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I am actually not sure, I do know that no glass is allowed though.

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No you are not allowed period.

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mrhub wrote:
No you are not allowed period.

This. It is a really big NO-NO. Plus, they want to charge $10+ for adult beverages and make a fortune off of you! laugh

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I also thought this was a big No No..Didn't want to say incase it was the wrong answer...Years ago while staying at POFQ watching my DS swimming in the pool,there was this dude sitting not to far from me,drinking a half bottle of something out of a brown paper bag..Worse still it was only 10.00am...

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I didn't think alcohol was allowed in any park except Epcot?

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Sid Man wrote:
I didn't think alcohol was allowed in any park except Epcot?

They serve alcohol in all of the parks now (only at BOG for Dinner at MK), but you can get alcohol at Epcot, DHS, and AK.

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you are also not allowed to take alcohol outside the park. If you are thinking of buying a grey goose slushie and sippig it as you stroll back to the Beach Club, down it or forget it.

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Might want to check with the Disney folks, I am sure they can find you your favorites at one of the Resorts or Parks. Smile

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The Colonel wrote:
you are also not allowed to take alcohol outside the park. If you are thinking of buying a grey goose slushie and sippig it as you stroll back to the Beach Club, down it or forget it.

Yep - I learned that one the hard way.

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The rule is no. I'm probably going to get flamed for this... But i'd say there is a big difference between planning for a bender in the park, and planning to enjoy your visit. (who among us hasn't thought a little dark rum would transform dole whip into something even more magical?)

Discretion is your friend. A collection of mini bottles might get you thrown out. A water bottle full of "clear liquid", still looks like a water bottle. Just behave yourself & don't give anyone a reason to think your up to no good.

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I only bring drinks to the pool or my room. AK, EPCOT and DHS all sell drinks so I dont see the need to bring them. As for MK, it may sound strange, especially from an alkie like me, but I don't think Walt would approve. So I have never had a drink there.

That's not to say I didn't hoist a few at Mizner's and take the boat over.awesome

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I was just going to ask about bringing our own drinks to the pool. I figured it would be ok since they sell drinks by the pool. So thank you Colonel for mentioning this.

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If the issue is allergies, you aren't sure what's safe in the parks, and you can't bring your own in, my suggestion would be to abstain in the parks and keep a nice bottle or three of your favorites waiting in your room to enjoy after the parks.

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Jessalynn27 wrote:
I was just going to ask about bringing our own drinks to the pool. I figured it would be ok since they sell drinks by the pool. So thank you Colonel for mentioning this.

An adult beverage, by the pool, in a Disney refillable mug, is one of life's sweeter guilty pleasures.

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I've brought wine down to the pool areas more than once at Animal Kingdom and Wilderness Lodge and no one seemed to mind.

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You can bring your own drinks to the pool as long as it's not in a glass container.