Overlooked Activities For Children at Walt Disney World


Overlooked children's Activities

Are you looking for something more to do with your kids than just running from attraction to attraction at the parks?  Check out this list of overlooked children’s activities available at Walt Disney World.

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Overlooked Children’s Activities at Walt Disney World

Pony Rides

Little ones can climb aboard the petite ponies at Tri-Circle-D Ranch at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort. Afterward, they may even get to see Cinderella’s Ponies! Pony rides are offered daily with the last ride of the day 30 minutes prior to close. Riders must be at least 2 years of age, under 80 pounds, no taller than 48 inches and able to hang on by themselves. A parent or guardian must lead the pony at all times. The cost is $8 per Person (tax not included). No reservations are necessary, as this is only available as on a walk-in basis.

Fort Wilderness Archery Experience

Located at the Bike Barn at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, this adventure is for guest 7 years of age and up and is held at 11:30 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. daily.  The cost is $45 per person. They will learn how to use a compound bow from an Archery Guide and then spend most of the 90 minute experience shooting at targets.  There is a designated viewing area for those who would like to watch but not participate in the experience.