WDW Magazine Previews PREVIEW - May 2015 - Page 16

Ski Patrol Training Camp– the Ski Patrol Camp is an area designed especially for pre-teens. There are starter slides, a “glacier” obstacle course and a rope drop ride. Kids and adults will love it here. Tike’s Peak – not to be left out Tike’s Peak is where the little ones can have a place with some scaled down attractions just for kids. There are gentle slides and a snow-castle fountain play area along with picnic benches for the tired grown ups. The Chairlift – so you don’t want to walk all the way up Mount Gushmore to Summit Plummet or one of the other rides at the top of the mountain. You can take the chairlift. Every ski resort has a chairlift. This one holds 3 and has very colorful umbrellas stretching over a wooden bench seat. The snow skis are built right in. Where to eat and drink – Disney is so helpful. They’ve been kind enough to set up dining options and a couple of places to get a warming drink on a cold, snowy Florida afternoon. All dining options are open seasonally. Dining Avalunch – hot dogs, desserts and drinks Lottawatta Lodge – pizza, hamburgers, chicken nuggets, veggie burgers, hot dogs, salads, sandwiches, wraps, desserts and drinks Cooling Hut – nachos, popcorn, pretzels, sandwiches, wraps, ice cream, and beverages Warming Hut – sandwiches, desserts, and beverages Snacks Artic Expeditions – frozen snacks Frostbite Freddie’s – snacks, ice cream and beverages Frosty the Joe Man – pastries and drinks Warming Drinks Polar Pub – chips and adult drinks Merchandise – it’s Disney World. There has to be a place to get a souvenir. Shade Shack – a real jewelry store in Blizzard Beach. Snowless Joe’s – here’s the place to get a