You’d be fine at any pool - they have zero entry.
You put on your cute swim attire, find a chair to deposit your stuff - sandals, reading material, bottle of water - and elegantly enter the water, enjoying the sensation as you stay close to a wall until you’re in a far as you’re comfortable.
Maybe you’re leaning against the wall but also propped on your arms, stretched along the pool side - the better to absorb the very nice vitamin D rays.
Or maybe eventually you’re comfy enough to immerse yourself up to collarbone level, swaying gently to the movement of the water as others enjoy the pool as well.
The water gets deeper the further away from the entry.
Lazy rivers need to be stand uppable because total clutzes such as myself have difficulty attaining the tube and disembarking same. The idea of some of me remaining dry (hat, hair, etc) is .
Typhoon Lagoon’s wave pool is another place you can enjoy. It’s also zero entry
While the Waves are off, you find a spot to one side and sit in just a few inches of water, like 2. Facing the mountain and boat.
When the waves start up, you’ll have fun when they gently reach you. Especially if you lean back a little and barely have your feet on the ground.
No. Pools creep me out because of the whole idea of sharing water with people. Almost drowned when I was five. Never in my life owned a bathing suit. I like the idea of floating on the lazy river though.
That is relaxing. As long as I can forget about leaving the river.
Also, due to an apparent difficulty with sun’s rays on the surface of my skin, my swim attire is long pants and a long sleeved shirt - with extra long sleeves to cover my hands. Also a sun visor. And sun glasses. And sort-of shoes - like hiking in water shoes. Lots of holes.
At the water parks there are lots of rubber rings to sit / wedge yourself into or just use to hang onto. They are located at every entry point + Typhoon Lagoon has about 4 or 5 such points around the river.
It’s also possible to stand up in many areas at least, I was forever doing so when it gets congested with people.
You can also use life vests which are provided at all resort pools and the water parks.