Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Oct 3, 2009
    Yvonne from MS Asked

    Attending a conference at the Coronado Springs Resort the week of 3/1/2010. My son will have just turned 12 and I need advice on activities for him while I'm in meetings.

    Hi, Yvonne!   I'm not sure I have enough information to fully answer your question.   But if it is just you and your son traveling to WDW, you might want to start with a call to Kid's Nite Out.   This is a service where you can hire a helper to stay with your son at your resort or even accompany him to theme parks, miniature golf, or to just hang out and have fun!  I have read some great reviews on Kid's Nite Out on    For more information and pricing, call them directly at (407)828-0920.  You might also want to call Coronado Springs directly at (407)939-1000 to ask about other child care options.

    If your son and an adult guest are looking for fun activities, the pool at Coronado Springs is a great place to start!   The Dig Site pool is a lot of fun for everyone!  You will also find 2 game arcades, seasonal water craft rental, volleyball, and even bike rentals right at your resort!   

    Just a bus ride away is Downtown Disney where there is Disney Quest, shopping, dining, and fun!   You can also take a bus to Blizzard Beach where you can walk over to Winter Summerland, a really fun miniature golf course.   

    I hope you and your son enjoy your time in WDW!
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Meet the Panelist: Cathy, Ohio

I am a fundraiser/event planner turned stay at home mom. When I am not running to cheerleading practice or a soccer game with my kids, I enjoy scrapbooking, reading, and of course, planning our next Disney adventure!

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