One of the Best Ways to Meet Characters for FREE is BACK in Disney World

A popular Disney World experience has finally returned!

Campfire time!

Most people know about Disney World hotel perks like transportation, proximity to the parks, and extra time in Disney World. But there’s also a special (and FREE) character experience that used to be hosted at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground before the shutdown, and finally — it’s back!

We’re talking about Chip ‘N Dale’s Campfire Sing-A-Long, which has returned to Fort Wilderness! It’s a free experience, and guests are encouraged to roast marshmallows, make s’mores, sing with the furry duo, and watch a Disney movie under the stars.

Chip ‘N Dale Campfire Sing-A-Long

Guests wanting to attend can bring their own marshmallows and s’mores ingredients, or buy the s’mores kit they offer at the nearby Chuckwagon Food Truck!

It’s BACK!

In the past, the Campfire Sing-A-Long happened every night at Fort Wilderness, but note that Disney World’s website currently still lists this event as “returning July 6th.” If you want to know the evening schedule, you can visit the front desk at Fort Wilderness or call Disney ((407) 939-7529).

Chip ‘n’ Dale’s Campfire Sing-Along

So head on over to Fort Wilderness to partake in this fun experience! In more exciting character news, check out the other character meet-and-greets returning to the parks soon, or learn more about the characters returning to Star Wars Launch Bay!

Star Wars Launch Bay

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