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  • On Nov 1, 2015
    Mary from MS Asked

    Do you have to be staying at a Disney resort to go to a campfire sing-a-long?


    There are many locations for the complimentary campfires and movies on Disney property and they are complimentary to all guests. There is no charge, and you don't have to show a room key. However, specific dates and occasional entertainment are not posted on Disney's website and do not happen every night at every resort.

    I'd recommend you visiting Chip 'n' Dale's Campfire Singalong at Fort Wilderness Resort. First, it occurs every night of the year: no scheduling issues. You'll have complimentary parking at the fort's large outer parking lot and can take its Orange or Yellow Line Bus to a stop near the amphitheater where its held. (Let the bus driver know where you're going and you'll get off at the right place. You'll do a little walking but just a point in the general direction will get you there.) You'll need to plan on bringing your own s'mores fixins and sticks or you can buy them at the canteen. Best of all, unlike the campfires at the resorts where there is no character interaction, you'll get some time with Chip 'n' Dale at Fort Wilderness. The sing-a-long is truly a fun time with some great crowd interaction.

    If you have any more questions about a specific sing-a-long, feel free to come back and ask!
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Meet the Panelist: Whitney, Mississippi

My family of 6 appreciates Disney's value! Although Ft. Wilderness is our second home, we've enjoyed the resorts for business, reunions and romantic getaways. For me, Disney also means dining: last count, I'd eaten at 55 restaurants around the World! Learn More About Whitney

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