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Camp Minnie-Mickey

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At A Glance

Camp Minnie-Mickey is the main place to head for within the Animal Kingdom if you want to meet and greet with any of the Disney characters.

A light, bright respite from a day of running from poachers and excavating fossil sites can be had strolling through character-filled gardens and trails of Camp Minnie-Mickey.

The land is set up to resemble a mountain retreat in the Adirondaks, a place for Disney characters to get a little rest and relaxation after their hard days of signing autographs, posing for pictures and making movies.

Camp Minnie / Mickey
Festival of the Lion King
Pocahontas and her Forest Friends at Grandmother Willow's Grove
Chip and Dales Cookie Cabin
Forest Trail Funnel Cakes


Attractions: Camp Minnie-Mickey houses two shows based on Disney stories. Festival of "The Lion King" at Campside Circle features live music, tribal celebration song, dance and storytelling, including some of your favorite charcters from "The Lion King."

Pocahontas and all her friends join park patrons at Grandmother Willow Grove, where you can help the characters search for the protector of the forest.

Character Greeting pavilions are also scattered throughout the area. Each path or "trail" will take you to a different cast of characters. Mickey Trail leads, of course, to Mickey Mouse, with the Arbor Trail taking guests to Minnie Mouse, Goofy and other longtime Disney favorites; the Jungle Trail to characters from "The Jungle Book" and "The Lion King" and the Forest Trail to Winnie-the-Pooh and friends. Guests should check park schedules for dates and times of specific characters.

Dining: Two themed-dining experiences heighten your stay at Camp Minnie-Mickey: Campfire funnel cakes which features corn dogs and sodas, as well as the titular desserts; and Chip and Dale's Cookie Cabin which sells sandwiches, ice cream and freshly-baked cookies.

Analysis: At first glance, Camp Minnie-Mickey seems just for the little ones, but adults can find things to keep them occupied, as well. Mickey and all of his friends will sign autographs and take pictures with guests of any age.

The "Lion King" show is a definite must-see for all ages. Whether you have seen the movie or not, the show is spectacular. The leads are performers of the highest caliber and the supporting players contribute enormously. The animatronic animals and character puppets blend perfectly into the live action. Bright colors and tremdous vocal, dancing and acrobatic talent make it hard to find a better put-together show.

Pocahontas is a smaller show, akin to the shows at Disney MGM or the Magic Kingdom. And even though the character venues are mostly for kids, even the most jaded adult can get into the act.


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