I’m in the market for a new Disney park.
And I’m already looking forward to my first trip to Disneyland.
The park, which is located in Oregon, is not just a place for the family, but a place that has some truly magical moments for anyone who enjoys the magic of the outdoors.
I have a feeling I won’t be alone on my first Disney vacation.
There are so many parks in the parks I’ve visited, and there are so few places that I can honestly say I would recommend for my family to visit.
But I’m not the only person that thinks so.
A lot of people have expressed their desire to go to other Disney parks as well.
I recently went on a visit to Disneyland and had the opportunity to meet with several of the park’s ambassadors.
Here’s a rundown of the parks where I’d recommend you go if you’re planning a family vacation to Disney World this holiday season:Epcot – Disney’s most popular theme park, with over 20 different Disney attractions to choose from.
My wife and I were able to experience the park for the first time, and it’s worth every penny.
We enjoyed the Magic Kingdom’s “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” area, which was one of the best I’ve ever seen.
We also took in the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, which opened its doors just before the holidays.
Epcot’s attractions are all in-depth and can really add up to a memorable vacation for families.
Disney Springs – The largest theme park in the world, Disney Springs boasts more than 200 attractions that take you around the world in some of the most spectacular places in the Disney Parks.
It’s definitely worth the trip, and Disney Springs is a must visit for all ages.
I love that I got to visit the Magic Castle with my husband and my daughter on a very rainy day in early December.
We enjoyed the rides, dining, and the atmosphere at Disney Springs.
I would definitely recommend this park to anyone who loves a good outdoor experience.
Mt. Olympus – The highest peak in the entire park, Mt.
Olympus is located just outside of town and is the best spot to take in the magic in the Magic Mountain area.
It also has the most unique Disney-themed attractions.
It is located on the outskirts of Disney Springs, so it’s always packed with people and it offers a good amount of free rides.
I have to say that the Magic Mirror was my favorite attraction, and we all got a great view of the fireworks.
We also enjoyed the Disney Beach area at the resort, and enjoyed the view from there as well as the “Dancing with the Stars” area.
The water in Mt.
Opal offers a spectacular view of Disney’s Magic Kingdom.
We loved that our family was able to see the “Star Trek” episode of “Star Tours” at the water’s edge.
We went to “The Princess and the Frog” at Epcot with my children and we enjoyed the spectacular water effects.
We had a wonderful time at “Frozen” at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and even had the chance to try the “Fantasmic!” attraction.
We were also able to take a trip to the new Star Wars-themed attraction at Epopus.
It is amazing how Disney’s parks and attractions interact, and I would highly recommend you make the trip to Disney Springs to see these wonderful attractions.