You wouldn’t expect anything other than Sports Themed Disney All Star Sports Pool and that is exactly what you will get too. In fact, there are 2 beautiful large Swimming Pools to enjoy during your time at this Value Disney Resort. As with all of their themed resorts and properties, Disney does a great job making the entire experience flow perfectly with the Sports Theme. Pay attention to all of the little things as well as the big when you walk around this resort. You will probably be astounded to see all of the different items that have been added to make you have an exciting experience at this location.

Swimming Pools at All Star Music Resort

Your entire family will have a blast with either of the 2 large swimming pools featured at the All Star Sports Resort in Orlando Florida. The largest pool at this resort is the Surfboard Bay Wave Shaped Pool behind the main building on the resort, Stadium Hall. This massive pool area is right inside of the Surfs Up Hotel buildings and is a great place to visit if you are looking for a good place to sit down and relax while the kids are playing. This is also the only pool area that has a small Kiddie Pool in the same area. It is not a huge place for the little ones but it is off to the side and has plenty of room for the littlest ones to splash around a bit. Toddlers will enjoy this smaller, shallow pool and parents will enjoy the fact that they have a nice place to lounge and not have to worry about the little kids in the group. None of the pools have Zero-Entry. The pools at All Star Sports do not have Water Slides or a Lazy River but if you are just looking for a really nice pool to cool off in, both of these pools will do the trick. Looking for a wet place to relax that is out of the main area. The second pool is shaped like a Baseball Diamond and has Goofy at the mound spraying on all that pass by. This pool is located in the Baseball Themed area and you can get to it by hanging a left out of the Stadium Hall exit and walking past the Football Themed Accommodations. This pool is normally a little quieter because it is smaller and not as close to the main building where all of the food is located.

Swimming Pool Disney All Star Music Resort in Orlando Florida

  • Number of Pools
  • 2 Large Swimming Pools

    1. Surfboard Bay Pool
    2. The Biggest Pool at the Resort

      Pool shaped like a Giant Wave

      In the Surfing Themed Accommodations area

      Pool is heated when needed

      Towels are not provided at the Pool

      Recreational Activities Held Each Day by Disney Staff

      Lifeguards on Duty to watch the Pool areas

    3. Grand Slam Pool behind the Football Area
    4. Quieter Pool but not as large as the Surfboard Bay Pool

      Shaped like a Baseball Diamond

      Goofy at the mound ready to spray everyone

      Plenty of Seating

    5. Kiddie Pool located near the Surfboard Bay Pool
    6. Just out of the way of the main pool area

      Worry free environment for the little ones

      Seating for the parents to watch over the kids while they play

    7. Number of Slides
    8. There are NOT any Water Slides at the All Star Music Resort

    9. Number of Hot Tubs
    10. There are NOT any Hot Tubs or Whirlpools at the All Star Music Resort

    11. Kiddie Play Area
    12. Small Wading Pool by the Surfboard Bay Pool

    13. Cabanas
    14. Cabanas are NOT available at this resort

    15. Disney All Star Sports Pool Hours
    16. Surfboard Bay Pool Hours – Daily | 8 AM to Midnight

      Grand Slam Pool Hours – Daily | 8 AM to Midnight

    17. Water Sports
    18. There are NOT any Water Sport Activities available at this resort

    19. Fishing
    20. There is NOT any where to fish at this resort location

All Star Sports Resort Swimming Pool Information

The pools at this resort are large and inviting. Be aware that the Value Resorts are designed for families on a budget and most of them are pretty packed through out the year. If you are staying on a budget, this location will have everything you need for a nice stay. If you are looking for something a little more quiet with additional amenities or water fun, you might look at upgrading to one of the Deluxe Resorts.