With four main parks, two water parks, and an extensive Disney Springs area for shopping, eating, and unique entertainment, who would think you could need more? But there is more! Many resorts have their own unique activities and things to make each visit to Walt Disney World® Resort, a little different and even that much more magical. I have highlighted below some of the resorts that have different activities that may speak to you and your travel companions.

Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside

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I have always said this is the best moderate as it has more amenities than other moderate resorts. Horse drawn carriage rides along the river, camp fires where you can roast marshmallows. Experience bass fishing at its finest with a guided catch-and-release excursion from the Riverside Levee Marina. Old-fashioned cane pole fishing is also available at the Fishin’ Hole on Ol’ Man Island. Enjoy the trail along the river on a surrey bike rentals or jogging. Try to make time for Yeeha Bob (Bob Jackson) who typically performs Wednesday through Saturday evenings. He combines piano, sing alongs, and family friendly comedy. You can see when he is performing from this link. http://www.yehaabob.com/

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

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With the savannah, right out back, there are so many opportunities to experience the wildlife. Speak with the guides out back to learn more about the species mingling about. Pick up the phone in your room and listen to animal info. After dark, you can view the savannah through night vision goggles. Listen to African folktales while overlooking the savannah or take a tour of the art work throughout the resort. Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge has the largest private collection of African art in the world. Take an African drum lesson or partake in an African wine tasting. Or simply grab a glass of wine and take it all in on a rocking chair out back as the zebras and giraffes stroll by.

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

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This resort takes great pride in the Hawaiian cultural experience for their guests. Take a hula lesson or enjoy the torch lighting ceremonies most evenings. If you want to enjoy the Seven Seas Lagoon, take a guided bass fishing excursions (catch and release).  After a fun morning in the parks, rent your own private Oasis patio for a little downtime in your piece of paradise.

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground

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This traditional favorite for families since the 70s offers a variety of activities not to be found anywhere on property. Archery, horseback riding, biking, and canoeing are just some of the exciting activities available to you and your family at this rustic Resort. Don’t miss the Chip n Dale campfire sing along!

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

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Take the Wonders of the lodge art and architecture tour where you learn all the details of this famous building. Not easy to do but an amazing experience is to be the flag family who raises the flags at the top of the lodge in the morning.  The views are gorgeous, and the thrill of taking part in such a tradition at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge will stay with your family for years.

 

Regardless where you stay on property, take in some of the fun at your resort. These are truly special and unique accommodations to enjoy.

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