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  • On Jun 16, 2010
    Patricia from ON Asked

    We would like to attend a campfire/movie night at Fort Wilderness or Yacht Club. If we have a car can we park it at any of those resorts in order to attend? Thanks, you guys are awesome!

    Oh, thanks for the compliment, Patricia! You are so nice to say that! We sure love answering questions for guests going to WDW...it's the next best thing to planning our own vacations!

    To attend Chip n' Dale's Campfire Sing-a-long and Movie or any outdoor movie at a Disney resort, you only need to be a Disney resort guest. The parking permit you receive at your resort will allow you access to parking at Fort Wilderness or any Disney resort free of charge. You simply need to let the guard at the gate know where you're going. For most Disney resorts showing outdoor movies, you can park your car and proceed to the pool or beach area where the movie will be shown. At the Fort, you'll need to park your car at the Outpost and take an internal bus to the Meadows Trading Post area where Chip n' Dale greet guests and a cast member leads a sing-a-long before the movie is shown. At the Yacht & Beach Club, the movie is shown on the beach. Each resort's concierge can give you specific information about which movies area being shown on which nights.

    Thanks for your visit to the Moms Panel, and come back anytime! Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation!
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