Visit your laughing place.
Smile for the camera as you plunge over 50 feet into the Brier Patch with Brer Rabbit. Ride in hollowed logs as you follow the story from Soung of the South – follow the adventure as Brer Rabbit makes an attempt to find his “laughing place” while Brer Fox and Brer Bear are tagging along nearby in hopes of capturing him. There’s almost no escaping getting soaked!
- Songs featured in Splash Mountain include “How Do You Do?”, “Ev’rybody Has a Laughing Place”, “Burrow’s Lament”, and “Zip-A-Dee-Do-Dah”. In Disneyland, these songs are played in a more jazzy style. Since Disney World’s Splash Mountain is located in Frontierland though, the songs have a more country feel.
- There are plenty of Hidden Mickey’s during your watery journey. The main one can be found in the ride’s finale. Find a cloud shaped like Mickey lying on his back to the right of the steamboat!
- There’s not a good chance you can go on Splash Mountain and not get wet. Because of this, it’s always wise to bring a poncho to block the splash. And it’s not only the drop that will get you wet – watch out when you make a U-turn around the mountain towards the beginning!
- The original name was intended to be “Zip-a-Dee River Run” but was changed to “Splash Mountain” by Michael Eisner’s suggestion to let the ride help market the 1984 film Splash.
- The wait really dies down at night, mainly because of the colder temperatures and the SpectroMagic Parade that guests prepare in advance for. During the parade is when crowds are the lightest, so that’s a nice time to ride.
FASTPASS is available here.
Wheelchairs + ECV’s must transfer.
Must be 40″ or taller to ride.
- This attraction contains sudden turns, drops, and stops. For safety, you should be in good health and free from high blood pressure, heart, back or neck problems, motion sickness or other conditions that could be aggravated by this adventure. Expectant mothers should not ride.
- Due to the nature of the experience, service animals are not permitted on this attraction.
- Guests with young children may take turns experiencing attractions. See a Cast Member for additional information.