Fort Wilderness -- I am taking my three year old there this April. I was told about the Chip N Dale sing along and campfire there and movie. How do you find out what nights this is happening? Also, we are staying at OKW so what is the best way to get there
- Asked by Tia from TN on 2/22/2008
Hi Tia,I just spoke to someone at WDW to confirm the times of the FREE nightly campfire and singalong for your trip, but the specific times are only out through March. However, I can give you a general guideline. The campfire lighting is at 6:30,... read more
I am traveling to WDW the end of March with my 2 1/2 year old son. We are planning on spending 5 days. We would like to spend at least one day at Magic Kingdom and Epcot. We were wondering about Animal Kingdom??? Is he too young? Will it be too hot??
- Asked by jennifer from TX on 3/3/2008
Animal Kingdom is full of exotic treasures. Your little boy can ride a train to Rafiki's Planet Watch and learn about all sorts of neat things. He can even pet some of the animals in the Affection Section. My little ones loved it... read more
We are going to be in Orlando for work related reasons, and would like to take our 3 1/2 year old son for one day to one of the parks. He loves rides, but is a bit on the small side. Which park offers the most for an active, brave, 3 1/2 year old?
- Asked by Alina from CO on 2/29/2008
Hi Alina! The Magic Kingdom is the best place for toddlers. There is also a great page on the Walt Disney World website for parents of pre-schoolers called Little Ones. This page details all the fun for this short, but vocal group!When my Princess... read more
Would Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach have more things to do for children under 3?
- Asked by Kelly from MI on 2/19/2008
Blizzard Beach has an entire area for young children called Tykes Peak. My 5, 3 and 1 year old at the time raced three across down a gentle slide. There is sand and lots of it. My kids loved playing in the sand areas. ... read more
I will be at WDW with my sons (4 and 2) in July and am looking for a way (water proof, tear proof, child proof, etc.) to attach contact information to them in case they become separated from us. Does anyone have a suggestion?
- Asked by Megan from OH on 2/19/2008
Hi Megan,This is a great question. I would google shoe ids and look at ids that strap to your children's shoes. I got my husband one for running at roadid.com. He put his on his sneakers in case he gets hurt or sick running. It has... read more