Halloween looks a lot different this year, even at Disney World. And although some events, like Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, have been cancelled, there is still plenty of Halloween fun to be had at the parks.
That’s definitely the case at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground, which will see some of its Halloween activities get modified this year.
First of all, there will be no trick-or-treating at Fort Wilderness this year due to the current global health crisis and recommendations by local health authorities. However, there will still be a pet costume contest, although this year’s event will be slightly modified.
The golf cart decorating and campsite decorating contests are also still on for this year, although they will also be modified from previous years. In addition, guests can participate in a pumpkin carving contest.
Fort Wilderness also introduced a new activity: a pumpkin patch scavenger hunt. Guests can hunt for Disney Villains pumpkins across the property, while maintaining appropriate social distancing from other guests. Costumes are also welcome on Halloween, as long as they meet Disney costume and face mask guidelines.
We cannot wait to enjoy some of these fun activities at Fort Wilderness throughout the rest of the Halloween season.
Have you been to Fort Wilderness on Halloween? Let us know in the comments.