Do the Hoopty! Be sure to ask your server to grab your table some mac & cheese - they share a kitchen with the Trail’s End next door - for the wee ones. It’s a great evening for the whole family. One of our favorite things to do in WDW. If you go to the earlier show you can head over to the campfire program there at Fort Wilderness and do the sing-a-long, s’mores, and outdoor movie, too!
The BBQ is also a fabulous evening… good character interaction, fun, and exciting (loud)! The food is tasty, the country & western band is top-notch, the rodeo rope dude rocks, but watching your kids dance around with the characters all night is pricless.
My mother taught me if I didn’t have something kind to say about something to say nothing… let’s not type about the luau.
I’d say you can’t really go wrong with either of the Ft. Wilderness offerings… be sure to get there early (take the launch from MK - the busses over there can be tricky) to check out the petting zoo, horse barn, trading post, and so the grownups can enjoy a “Gullywhomper” from a rocking chair on the Crockett’s Tavern porch… while watching the kiddies on the small playground.
Peace & Pins,