- These are free or almost free things to do to ad to your plans:
:: Fort Wilderness has a petting zoo you can take Disney transportation to the Pioneer Hall and the zoo is near.
:: FW also has a great campfire and movie program which also includes an appearance from Chip and Dale (Chip is the one with a chocolate chip nose).
:: Fire works can be seen from the beaches at the Polyneason, Fort Wilderness, the Grand Floridian and the BoardWalk Resorts.
::Port Orleans Riverside has wonderful interactive entertainment for the whole family at Boatwright's lounge. For the price of a couple of sodas, drinks or an ap Yehaa Bob entertains everyone with his fun show.
:: The electric water parade can be seen on select nights from the beaches at the Polynesian, Fort Wilderness, Grand Floridian, Wilderness Lodge, and the Contemporary.
::Riding the monorails is always a treat. You can ride and visit some of the beautiful resorts for a drink or just to peruse.
::There are also a few boats that can chauffeur you from a park or Disney Springs to a resort which can be fun on a beautiful day!
:: Animal Kingdom Lodge has animal viewing spots and if you hit it just right you can have a cast member fill you in on details ( try this a night, many different animals come out and the AKL will supply night vision goggles.)
::On Mondays and Fridays (8:00 AM) at the Grand Floridian they hold a parasol parade. Worth seeing if you have the time.
:: Christmas time it is always fun to check out the resorts and there decorations. Fort Wilderness is the best they also decorate for Halloween.. The campers really go all out and decorate their sites also!!!
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