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Ready to start planning your Walt Disney World vacation? This quick guide will give you an overview of Disney World plus how to plan your vacation in 5 steps!
No matter how many times I go, I never get over the sheer size of Walt Disney World. With 4 theme parks, 2 water parks, golf course, sports complex, shopping district, transportation system, and over 20 resort hotels, Walt Disney World is literally a small city.
But don’t worry. I created Chaos & Castles to take all the guess work out of planning your perfect Disney World vacation.
This is a bird’s eye view of Walt Disney World. Use the Table of Contents in the grey box to jump to what interests you or click on the pink links for more detail. Right now we just want to give you an idea of what is available.
Disney World Theme Parks
- Magic Kingdom
- Hollywood Studios
- Animal Kingdom
Disney World Water Parks
- Typhoon Lagoon
- Blizzard Beach
Disney World Shopping, Dining, and Entertainment Districts
- Disney Springs
- The Boardwalk
Disney World Sports & Recreation
- ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
- Lake Buena Vista Golf Course
- Magnolia Golf Course
- Oak Trail Golf Course
- Palm Golf Course
- Fantasia Gardens and Fairway Miniature Golf Course
- Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course
Disney World Resorts
- Fort Wilderness Resort Campsites
- All-Star Movies Resort
- All-Star Music Resort
- All Star Sports Resort
- Pop Century Resort
- Art of Animation Resort
- Coronado Springs Resort
- Caribbean Beach Resort
- Port Orleans French Quarter Resort
- Port Orleans Riverside Resort
- Riviera Resort
- Wilderness Lodge
- Fort Wilderness Cabins
- Animal Kingdom Lodge
- Old Key West Resort
- Saratoga Springs Resort
- Beach Club Resort
- Yacht Club Resort
- Contemporary Resort
- Boardwalk Inn
- Polynesian Village Resort
- Grand Floridian Resort
As you can see, you will never be able to “do it all” at Walt Disney World. Well, at least not in one vacation. So how do you get started planning the perfect Disney vacation for your family?
First, you’ll want to sign up for the Disney World Vacation Planning Email Challenge. You’ll also get the latest Disney information from these emails so you don’t miss any changes.
Next, take some time to click on those pink links and find out more about all Disney World has to offer. You’ll want to start seeing what interests you so can make it a priority on your vacation.
Finally, if you want to continue this conversation, head over to this Instagram post and leave a comment or question about your Disney World vacation!