Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest; Animal Kingdom
  • On May 29, 2011
    Jessica from NJ Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    We would like to plan a "day off" from the theme parks in the middle of our trip to recharge. what are some funt hings we can do at the resorts other than swimming. we are staying at pop century kids are 3 and 1. thanks!!!

    Hi Jessica!

    You guys are smart to plan a non-park day. You'll love just hanging out (& napping!).

    At the Pop Century there is a sprinkler/fountain area for kids--not a pool, but a spot for kids to run around and get wet! it's called Goofy Kiddie Spray Area. That would be fun for a pool experience without the swimming!

    There's also a playground (and you'd think after the parks, that wouldn't be so attractive, but my kids LOVED the playground!) and an arcade. The arcade will be a little too old for your kids, but my kids still liked walking around in it! And never underestimate the fun of the gift shop!

    If you want to venture outside the park, you could try mini golf, shopping at Downtown Disney or a fun meal at another resort!

    But I think the most important thing? Naps! Definitely the naps! Have fun!
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