Volcano Bay Lockers – Everything You Need To Know

Are you planning a trip to the Volcano Bay water park at Universal Orlando?

Then you’ll want to think about how you will safely store your belongings while on water slides, rapids or swimming.

Leaving clothes, shoes, and essential items on a sunbed near the water doesn’t feel like a big deal. However, the same can’t be said for important and expensive items such as a wallet, car keys or mobile phone.

Thankfully, Volcano Bay has several areas with lockers where you can safely store your personal belongings. I have used these lockers at Volcano Bay many times as they are affordable, easy to set up and easy to access throughout the day.

Does Volcano Bay Have Lockers?

There are four locker stations across the Volcano Bay waterpark:

  • Wave Village (East)
  • Wave Village (West)
  • Rainforest Village
  • River Village

The locker station at Volcano Bay offers three different locker sizes (mini, regular and family). Each locker station is also situated next to a restroom for getting changed.

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Volcano Bay Locker Sizes & Cost

There are three different locker sizes available at the Volcano Bay water park;

  • Mini: These lockers measure 4.11″ x 5.52″ x 17.72″ and cost $10 daily. Mini lockers are perfect for small essentials such as mobile phones, cameras, car keys and a wallet.

  • Regular: These lockers measure 16.25″ x 12″ x 16.9″ and cost $16 daily. Regular lockers are the perfect size for a backpack.

  • Family: These lockers measure 12″ x 16.9″ x 24.3″ and cost $20 daily. Family lockers are the perfect size for two backpacks and some towels.

Since the cost of a locker increases based on size, it’s a good idea to bring just what you need to Volcano Bay. You can pay for lockers at Volcano Bay using a credit card or TapTu Pay with your TapuTapu device.

šŸŽŸļø Where To Buy Tickets for Universal Orlando?

If you’re based in the US or Canada, I recommend Klook for your Universal Orlando tickets. Klook consistently has the most competitive prices. There’s also a range of different ticket options to suit all budgets and requirements.

Meanwhile, if you’re based in the United Kingdom. Then I recommend buying your Universal Orlando theme park tickets from AttractionTix. I personally use AttractionTix when purchasing Orlando theme park tickets. That’s because AttractionTix consistently has the most competitive prices and incredible customer service.

šŸ„ Should I Buy Travel Insurance for a Visit to Universal Orlando?

If you’re travelling to Universal Orlando for vacation, then travel insurance is recommended. Basic travel insurance coverage with Safety Wing averages between $5 – $10 per day and offers peace of mind.

However, if a trip to Universal Orlando isn’t part of a vacation. For example, you live locally. Then travel insurance isn’t likely to be necessary.

šŸš˜ Do I Need to Rent a Car for a Visit to Universal Orlando?

You don’t need to rent a car to visit Universal Orlando, as the resort has Uber / Lyft pick-up and drop-off points. However, if Universal Orlando makes up the majority of your vacation, then you may want to stay on-site.

Staying onsite at the Universal Orlando Resort comes with several perks. Including complimentary transport from the hotel to the Universal Orlando theme parks. In some cases, you can even walk from your hotel straight to the theme park gates.

However, if a trip to Universal Orlando only makes up a portion of your vacation, then you may want to rent a car. I personally use Discover Cars to find the best car rental for all of my trips to Orlando.

šŸØ Where to Stay When Visiting Universal Orlando?

If you’re spending the majority of your vacation at Universal Orlando, it’s a good idea to stay at a Universal Orlando hotel. Staying onsite at Universal Orlando comes with several perks, including;

While staying onsite at Universal Orlando is great value for money, it can still be out of budget for many. Thankfully, there are several budget-friendly hotels close to Universal Orlando to choose from.

Meanwhile, if Universal Orlando only makes up part of your Orlando vacation, then you may want to stay elsewhere. Kissimmee, International Drive and Lake Buena Vista are all within a 40-minute drive of Universal Orlando.

When it comes to booking hotels in Orlando, I use either Booking.com or Hotels.com. However, for large families and groups, VRBO is my number one choice.

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  1. Iā€™d like to know if we can back to our locker multiple times if needed.