With a 42-acre lake and 1.4 miles of trails on property you are going to want to stop by Barefoot Bay Bike Works. They can set you up with bicycle or surrey bike to get around the property. If you are interested in fishing you can book a guided bass fish excursion.
For those lucky enough to be between 4 and 12 years old, why not book a Pirate Cruise or head to Pirate Camp. There is a fee for these experiences.
The Pirate Cruise sets sail on select days and is a 2 hour (9:30 am to 11:00 am) pirate adventure that takes them across the waters in search of hidden treasure. Along the way they will hear legends of past pirates and don pirate bandanas. At the final port of call, kids split up the pirate treasure and enjoy a snack (such as goldfish crackers or pretzels) and a drink (such as water or a juice box).
If your child prefers to remain on land they can head to Pirate Camp instead (and who says you can’t do both). Pirate Camp is held on select nights and is a 2 hour (5:00 pm to 7:00 pm) and you pirates will learn to be the toughest pirates in the Caribbean through training, games, crafts. Dinner is included!
At night don’t think that things slow down. There are a couple of things here you can only do at night.
Check out the Activities Calendar in your room or head to the pool to the Fuentes Del Morro Pool to find out what Movies Under the Stars will be playing. Then pick a spot next to Banana Cabana Pool Bar and enjoy a Disney classic under the stars.
Another free thing to do at Disney is to join in the Caribbean Beach Campfire located outside of Shutter restaurant. Gather around the fire pit as the sun goes down for roasting marshmallows by a crackling fire. (Now who doesn’t like that?)
Caribbean Cay Playground
Now if the kids need to blow off even more steam head on over the Caribbean Cay island and let them enjoy the playground. This rather large playground lets the kids climb, slide and explore while you can enjoy the shaded seating.