Disney World Bucket List Experiences – Part 2

Disney World Bucket List Experiences – Part 2

Whether you’re planning your very first trip to Walt Disney World or you’re a “seasoned regular”, there are always so many experiences that can make your trip a magical experience for you and your family.  Here are just a few unforgettable experiences you may want to add to your Disney Bucket List.

Chip ‘n’ Dale Campfire Sing-A-Long @ Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground

Head on over to Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground for a FREE event.  Nightly activities include a cast member along with Chip & Dale heading up the sing-a-long and dancing.  Chip & Dale will take time to pose for pictures and sign autographs.  When it’s finally dark, stay and enjoy the featured movie.  There are benches available as well as areas to lay out a blanket.  S’more making also available –  bring your own supplies or for about $10 you can purchase a s’more kit which will include two roasting sticks.

Chip and Dale Wilderness

Experience the “Kiss Goodnight” At The Magic Kingdom

If you are one of those guests that will depart the park immediately following the firework display in hopes of beating the crowd to the transportation areas then you are probably not familiar with this “attraction”.  While not officially an attraction, it is a “must do” at least once.  Imagine the Magic Kingdom and Cinderella Castle kissing you good night and tucking you into bed for a good night’s sleep.  This magical moment occurs about every 30 minutes after the park closes.  Cinderella’s castle will start to twinkle as you begin to hear “When you wish upon a star”.  I have seen this and agree that it is something you should do at least one time.

Castle Night

Experience All Four Parks In One Day

What could be better than spending a day at one of Walt Disney World’s theme parks?  For some, it’s spending the day experiencing ALL four of Walt Disney’s theme parks.  For this, you will need a park hopper ticket for that day.  Challenge your group to experience at least one ride in each park all in one day.  Get creative on your transportation.  Will you take the bus, drive your own vehicle, or a combination of bus, monorail, and boats?  Since you won’t be able to get FastPass+ reservations in each park, you will need to get creative with your ride selection in order to maximize your time.  I have done 3 parks in one day but not four so it would be fun to try this!

Four Disney Parks


Tri-Circle-D Ranch At The Campgrounds At Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

You might just forget that you’re still at Walt Disney World when you visit the Tri-Circle-D Ranch.  In this peaceful atmosphere, you will find wagon and carriage rides, pony rides and guests over nine can enjoy horseback trail rides where deer, ducks, rabbits, and armadillos can also be seen.  Bring the family and see stables where Cinderella’s Ponies and all the other majestic horses from Main Street are cared for.  Sounds like some great family fun!

Tri-Circle-D Ranch

The possibilities are endless for you and your family to enjoy the best possible experience at Walt Disney World.  As Walt Disney himself once said, “If you can dream it, you can do it”.  Disney World is definitely a place where your dreams can come true.  Make it come true for you and your family!

(Some information from HowtoDisney.com)



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