Nature's call doesn't stop bugging you when you're spending a day at the Orlando theme parks. But theme park peeing can be awkward: lines, doors that don't seem to shut all the way, lack of toilet paper, toilets that automatically flush before you've even left the seat. And don't even get us started on an in-park number two. Luckily, theme park blog Temporary Tourist decided to help out cross-legged Disney-goers by coming up with a list of the best and worst bathrooms at the Disney parks called "Perfect Places to Poop at Disney World."
Using nothing more than a less crowded/more crowded approach to compiling the list (because who wants to publicly poop in a crowded bathroom?), Temporary Tourist broke down the best and worst bathrooms at all four Orlando-area Disney parks. Here's a sampling of their choices for the next time you find yourself needing to take a restroom break at Disney:
Best: First Aid/Child Care restrooms, between Casey’s Corner and The Crystal Palace
Worst: City Hall restrooms, front entrance between City Hall and the fire station
Best: Odyssey Center restrooms, outside of First Aid/Child Care near the Odyssey Center
Worst: Future World East restrooms, outside Mouse Gears near Test Track and Mission Space rides
Best: Streets of America restrooms, outside of the entrance to Lights, Motors, Action!
Worst: Studio Catering Company restrooms, near the old Backstage Lot tour exit and across from Studio Catering dining area
Best: NONE! "The bathrooms at Animal Kingdom are few in numbers and are placed in high traffic areas."
Worst: See above ... so head to Animal Kingdom on an empty bladder
You can see the full list (which also includes the best and worst family/companion bathrooms) on the Temporary Tourist blog.
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