With theme parks back open, you might be thinking about booking a new family trip to Walt Disney World. We think you’ll agree that Disney can be a fantastic place to spend a family vacation. However, you also might feel that you’ve seen and done everything there is to do at Disney World. The reality is that you might have only just scratched the surface. There’s a lot more to Disney than meets the eye. With that in mind, here are a few things that you can do at Disney World with the kids that you might not have been aware of!
Did you know that you can go camping at Disney World instead of staying at a Disney hotel or nearby resort? This is true and Disney does have a range of camp site sizes and even cabins. This means that you’ll be able to pitch up a tent, sleep in the open, and then head into the parks. Be aware that the Disney campgrounds do fill up quickly, but they could be worth the trip. You’ll be able to access a range of classic activities, many with a Disney spin. For instance, you can go fishing! This guide will teach you how to fish and ensure that you are ready for this activity.
There are numerous lakes around the Disney Parks. You might think that they are just for show and while the lakes are beautiful, they will also provide you with a chance to try out some awesome water sports. You’ll find that there is a range of different water activities available including renting out your own private boats. Renting a boat can be a great, fun, relaxing, and private way to spend a day at Walt Disney World. It can feel very secluded and give you the peace you have been longing for on your vacation. Time to relax!
Or, if you want to enjoy some water thrill rides to cool off, check out Blizzard Beach water park. There are activities for the whole family, including a huge lazy river.
If you’re heading to Disney with your significant other and you want some alone time, then there are a range of fun activities worth exploring that are going to provide you with the romance you have been craving. For instance, rather than watching the fireworks (that are hopefully coming back soon) in the massive, packed crowds, consider renting your private boat in the evening. This will give you a different vibe and a new perspective from which to enjoy these displays. Or, you could think about renting out a carriage to go riding around the grounds outside of the park for the day. Again, this will add a little extra to the cost of your vacation, but it can guarantee that you have a Disney trip you’ll never forget.
We hope you love these ideas. If you’re interested in making your Disney trip a little more memorable, it’s worth getting my details when you book and having a personalized Disney experience!