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  • On Aug 29, 2011
    Donna from NY Asked

    My Hus and I are in our early 30's, have no kids,& visit WDW often.. Booked for March '12 & are looking for new experiences. What are walkable routes around WDW? We know EPCOT to B-walk, what else is walkable within the Disney property? Park to P

    Hi Donna!

    There are so many lovely walking/jogging trails throughout Walt Disney World.  Most of the resorts offer maps of these trails.

    You are correct, the walk from EPCOT to the Boardwalk or to the Yacht & Beach Club Resort is beautiful and it is very convenient.  There is also a beautiful walkway along the water between the Boardwalk Inn and Hollywood Studios.  It only takes about 20 minutes.

    You can walk from Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa to Downtown Disney & Marketplace on a beautifully landscaped, well-lit path.  You may decide to enjoy an afternoon of shopping at DD&M, take a ride on a Friendship Boat to SSR, have dinner at the delightful Turf Club, and then enjoy a leisurely walk back to DD&M to catch the bus back to your own resort.

    There are beautiful walking/jogging paths at Port Orleans Resort - I particularly enjoyed walking along the river between Riverside and French Quarter. I recommend breakfast or dinner at Boatwright's while there, followed by your walk.   And Fort Wilderness Campground has some beautiful trails through the forest.  Why not enjoy a walk along the trail before having a rousing good time at the Hoop De Doo Review Dinner Show?!

    It is also possible to walk from the Magic Kingdom to the Contemporary Resort.

    I hope you enjoy your walks around the Walt Disney World Resort together! 

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