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Believe it or not, there's plenty of things to do even after you've spent the day visiting the parks! Whether you're looking for some fun on the water or an early morning jog, Walt Disney World offers plenty of recreational activities for you to enjoy.


That Florida sun can get mighty hot, and nothing is quite as refreshing as a cool dip in a beautifully themed Disney resort pool. All of the Walt Disney World Resorts feature at least one pool, with most offering two or three (or more!). The Deluxe Resorts typically feature a large themed pool and a number of quiet pools tucked away here and there. Stormalong Bay at the Yacht and Beach Club Resorts is probably the most spectacular of the resort pools with lots of interconnected pools and a natural sandy bottom (and one of the best water slides that you'll ever see!). Other favorites are the carnival-style pool at the BoardWalk Inn, Silver Creek Falls at the Wilderness Lodge, and the zero entry pools at the Grand Floridian and Polynesian resorts that feature cascading waterfalls.


Enjoy a relaxing two-hour private catch-and-release fishing excursion at any one of the following resorts:
BoardWalk Inn
Contemporary Resort
Coronado Springs Resort
Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Old Key West
Polynesian Resort
Port Orleans Resort
Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa
Yacht Club Resort
Downtown Disney Marketplace


Many resorts offer boat rentals for use on the lakes, you can find everything from canoes and water mice to pontoon and sail boats. If you're feeling adventurous, visit Sammy Duvall's Watersports Centre at the Contemporary Resort for a parasailing adventure over Bay Lake.


You'll find a number of trails throughout Walt Disney World that are perfect for a morning jog or a relaxing late afternoon stroll:

Contemporary Resort
You'll find a pleasant path that leads away from the resort to the Magic Kingdom, past the monorail station and a bit further down the banks of the Seven Seas Lagoon.

Polynesian and Grand Floridian Resorts
You'll find a number of pathways winding their way through each resort as well as a trail that connects the two, with a stop at the Grand Floridian's Wedding Pavilion along the way! (For those who are curious, you can't walk to the Magic Kingdom from either resort).

Wilderness Lodge and Fort Wilderness Campground
A long nature trail connects these two resorts, and there are plenty of paths and trails winding their way through the vast campgrounds.

Caribbean Beach Resort
Here you'll find a pleasant 1.4 mile promenade around Barefoot Bay.

Old Key West Resort
A nice, quiet trail winds its way through the many buildings.

Coronado Springs Resort
A 3/4 mile path circles the beautiful Lago Dorado with a wooden path and wetlands area.

Epcot Resorts
Enjoy a relaxing stroll on the BoardWalk and the pathway that leads to the Disney's Hollywood Studios.


Bikes and surrey bikes can be rented at many of the resorts and the BoardWalk.

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