How Much Are Lockers At Volcano Bay?
When visiting any theme park, being able to store extra items in a safe and secure place is helpful.
Bag storage is especially important when visiting a water park, and Universal’s Volcano Bay water park has guests covered.
Volcano Bay offers rental lockers on a first-come, first-served basis at five (5) locations throughout the park. Lockers are available in three sizes and cost between $10 and $20 per day. Payment can be completed easily using cash, a hotel key card, a credit card, or a TapuTapu device.
This article discusses the different sizes and pricing options for lockers at Volcano Bay, including where to find them and how to rent them.
How Much Do Lockers Cost at Volcano Bay?
Locker pricing at Volcano Bay depends on the size.
Volcano Bay offers three different locker sizes: mini, regular, and family size.
- Mini lockers are 14.11 in. x 5.52 in. x 17.72 in. (35.83 cm x 14.02 cm x 45 cm)
- Regular lockers are 16.25 in. x 12 in. x 16.9 in. (41.28 cm x 30.48 cm x 42.93 cm)
- Family lockers are 13 in. x 12 in. x 16.9 in. (33 cm x 30.48 cm x 42.93 cm)
Mini lockers cost $10 to rent for the day, Regular/Medium lockers are $16, and Family/Large are $20.
Because prices are daily rates, guests can access their lockers multiple times throughout their visit at no extra cost.
Where Can You Find Lockers at Volcano Bay?
Lockers are conveniently located in five different locations at Volcano Bay:
- Outside the park entrance
- Wave Village Lockers (East), near the Waturi Marketplace
- Wave Village Lockers (West), across from the Dancing Dragons Boar Bar
- River Village Lockers, near Whakawaiwai Eats
- Rainforest Village Lockers, near Maku Puihi and Bambu
How Do You Pay For Lockers at Volcano Bay?
Parkgoers have several payment options for renting lockers at Volcano Bay, including their hotel key card, TapuTapu wristband, credit card, or cash.
Locker areas are equipped with a kiosk at the front, and each locker has a touch screen for easy access.
Guests paying by credit card can go straight to any available locker and use the touch screen to complete their rental.
When paying with TapuTapu or a hotel key card, visitors need to speak with an attendant, who will take payment and assign the locker.
If paying by cash, parkgoers must visit the kiosk in front of the lockers to complete their payment and be assigned a locker.
If guests require assistance, a staff member is available to answer any questions.
How Do You Use the Lockers?
Volcano Bay allows guests to access their lockers as often as they’d like throughout their visit to the park.
Once payment for a locker has been processed, guests can load their items and close the door to secure them.
Parkgoers can then use their TapuTapus to lock and unlock their locker whenever they need something.
Lockers can be linked to multiple TapuTapu bracelets, allowing anyone using a shared locker to access their belongings whenever they want.
Are Lockers Included With Cabanas?
All guests who reserve Premium Seating or a Cabana receive one complimentary family-sized locker to share.
Unlike typical locker rentals at Volcano Bay, these lockers can only be opened by one person’s TapuTapu, so if a group shares a locker, they will need to designate one person who can lock or unlock it.
When visiting any water park, guests may need to lock up their valuables, electronics, and extra bags.
Fortunately, Universal Orlando’s premier water park Volcano Bay offers all guests locker rentals on a first-come, first-served basis.
Volcano Bay’s lockers are available in three sizes, mini, regular, and large.
Each size is priced differently – mini lockers are $10 for the day, regular lockers cost $16, and large lockers are $20.
Lockers are conveniently located in five (5) areas throughout the park, including near the entrance and by some of Volcano Bay’s most popular attractions.
Guests can purchase a locker anytime during their visit to Volcano Bay, as long as one’s available.
Visitors can check with Guest Services or the locker attendants inside the park if they have questions about renting a locker.