Disney World Camp Minnie-Mickey Access for Disabilities offers a breakdown of the attractions and rides in the Camp Minnie-Mickey area of Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom. Several people with disabilities or limited abilities visit the Disney parks each year and are able to enjoy several aspects of the park.
Check with your doctor about riding. Guests should be free of high blood pressure, heart, back or neck problems, motion sickness and other conditions to ride some of the attractions. Expectant mothers should not ride some of the rides.
Wheelchairs can be rented at Garden Gate Gifts and Outpost with replacement locations at Creature Comforts and Mombasa Marketplace. Small amounts of ECVs are also available.
Most shops are wheelchair accessible. Pick up receivers at Guest Relations.
Camp Minnie-Mickey Greeting Trails are an outdoor area where guests can pose for pictures with characters and have them sign autographs. Some of the characters you will see here are Minnie Mouse, Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Pluto, Winnie the Pooh, Pocahontas, Timon and Baloo. The Times Guide will tell of the hours when character will be on the trails.
All guests can go through the main queue to the characters.
Any guests in wheelchairs and ECVs will be able to use them during the whole attraction.
Lion King Theater is where the show Festival of the Lion King is shown. The show is 30 minutes long and is a live action show that combines a parade with the show. The theater is air-conditioned and seating is around the stage.
All guests can enter through the main queue.
Guests in wheelchairs and scooters will be able to use them during the show.
Designated area for wheelchairs and ECVs.
Assistive Listening Devices and Handheld Captioning can be used in the theater.
Sign lanugage is offered on Saturdays with prior arrangements.
Camp Minnie-Mickey Restaurants
The only restaurants in this area are two snack kiosks.
Here you can see an overview of the outside areas of Camp Minnie-Mickey in Walt Disney World.