Campfire singalong


#1

Has anyone ever done this. It sounds cute, smores with Chip and Dale and a Disney movie. I’m sure my 15 year old would roll her eyes but maybe she can do something else while I take her younger sisters. How much do the smore’s fixin’s cost??


#2

we wanted to while we were staying at FW …but alas … there was just not enough time


#3

I believe Cavey is planning on doing this with his family…but don’t know if they’ve done it before though


#4

From:
http://www.mouseplanet.com/sue_holland/sh040109.htm

At Fort Wilderness they have an excellent campfire program. This is free of charge, and open to all Disney resort guests. Each night a different animated movie is projected onto a large screen, with a large outdoor seating area. Chip and Dale frequently stop by, and visitors are led in a sing-along around the campfire. Ingredients to make s’mores are available for sale for $2 at the Chuck Wagon , but people can also bring their own. The movie is shown following the singing. It’s wise to bring a jacket or blanket, as it can get chilly after dark. The activities begin at 7:00 p.m. unless sunset calls for a later start time.


#5

We’ve always wanted to do this, but never seem to have enough time. It sure sounds fun though! & Even though your 15yo may roll her eyes, deep down inside she’ll be having the time of her life…don’t let her fool you!


#6

Yeah, we’re doing it in February. We’ll bring our own s’more stuff, but then we’re camping. $2/person for s’mores is a bit pricey. Of course, you don’t have to have them to participate in the sing-a-long.

DD saw it featured in the trip planning DVD and was sooooo excited. I’m hoping we’re there on a night when very few others show up. So the kids will have more attention from Chip 'n Dale.


#7

This is something we plan to do on each trip and for some reason we never get to do it!!! It sounds like so much fun and I am going to add it to our trip plans in May and hope we go!!! :wub:


#8

You know a nice roll of Caution Tape would help make that happen for ya. :wink:


#9

I have done this and it is loads of fun. Chip and Dale stay out for a long time and play with the kids. It is an open area with small stadium sitting and the screen is fairly large (like a smaller drive in movie screen) they usually post what movie is playing which day at the comfort station ( the bath houses at the camp grouns) . There is a different movie playing almost every night. New things like princess diaries, toy stroy etc. There is a “chuck wagon” out there so you can buy hot dogs, drinks, s’mores, and nachos. (there is more but that is all I can remember). There is also beer for the older “kids” :happy: It was alot of fun.


#10

Has anyone been on the hayride? We have hayrides here at camp, so $28 for our family seems to be a bit much.


#11

With a couple of chalk outlines of deadbodies…way ahead of you, Hoss!


#12

I have never made s’mores. :sad:


#13

You’re kidding,right? You must have had a deprived childhood. I want to give you a hug! :heart:


#14

the carriage ride came by our campsite almost nightly while we were there :slight_smile:


#15

Darn tootin’!

I can put you and the kids on that hay wagon anytime you want here at camp. If we’re plopping down another $28 on this vacation it’s for Fantasia Mini-Golf! :tongue:


#16

Neither have I. :crying: (I’ve also never had a Mickey Bar :crying: )

I wish the cabins at FW were DVC properties - it always seems like there are so many fun things to do at the campground. I’d love to give it a try.


#17

Anyone can attend the campfire. You don’t have to be a FW guest.


#18

never had a mickey premuim bar …oh my goodness … thats …just shocking …
lol nope you don’t have to be a FW guest …but I believe you have to be staying at one of the resorts. I could be wrong … I often am


#19

I’ve only had a Mickey Bar once. Tasty, but a DQ “Dilly Bar” is cheaper.


#20

my Dec. 2005 calander for FW states that In the event of inclement weather, a Porch Jam near the Meadow Swimmin’ Hole will replace Chip 'n Dale’s Campfire Sing-a-long and movie…