We are going to be at Disney World the week of March 11. My son is in training for the upcoming track and field season. Is there a track on the Disney grounds where he can continue his workouts while we are at the park?
- Asked by Susan from MS on 2/20/2012
Your son must be quite dedicated to miss out on Walt Disney World to train for track and field. I thought that the best place to start would be at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. This is a state of the art sports training facility that... read more
We're coming down for a Braves Spring Training game. I have a special needs son who can't eat any of the foods at the ESPN WWOS Baseball staduim. Will I be able to bring something in for him? I know I can at the theme parks. Thank you!
- Asked by Allison from GA on 1/17/2012
I am so excited that you are seeing the Atlanta Braves during Spring Training. I have recently visited the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, and it is fantastic! It will be an exciting trip for you and your son. You... read more
We are going to Disney for cheerleading arriving evening of 3/9/12 and departing 03/14/12. This is the first time to go to Disney. We will have 6 adults (two kids are 17 & 13). What would be the best dining plan? Also, how do I purchase a dining plan?
- Asked by LAURA from TX on 1/11/2012
The Disney Dining Plan is a great way to go. My
family considers our meals a fun part of
our overall experience, & it allows us to get the most
To take advantage of the Disney Dining Plan, you must purchase one of the Magic... read more
My family is considering attending Spring Training at the Wide World of Sports. Do we need to purchase the water parks and more option with our park tickets? Or can we enter the complex if we just have our Braves game tickets?
- Asked by Gina from AL on 1/2/2012
I'm not sure what kind of ticket you have and whether or not it includes admission to the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World. However, I suggest not adding the Water Parks Fun and More option to your Magic Your... read more
I am coming to Disney Feb 23-26 for a Cheerleading Competition and I am looking for some dinner places for 1 A large group and 2 a Budget of $20-$25 per person with tax tip included 3 and maybe some place fun because the group is mostly teens girls 17-18
- Asked by Theresa on 10/26/2011
Hi there Theresa!
Here are my picks for you considering your budget. Disney restaurants can be expensive so the kids need to pay close attention to what they are going to order.
In the Boardwalk Area, there is Kouzzina by Cat Cora and the... read more