We have now returned from our Disney adventure at the Fort Wilderness campground! Next week we will post pictures and a full recap of our experience at the campground.
Before we left I did a lot of Pinterest scrolling to determine what sorts of things I needed to bring into the Disney park. I found a lot of good suggestions, many of which I have pinned over on our Disney Fort Wilderness Pinterest board.
I first had to pick up a new daypack that wasn’t too heavy or bulky, but yet roomy enough to hold all the paraphernalia you see pictured above. I decided to go with L.L. Bean’s Sprout daypack, which is really meant for kids, but still fit my petite frame. As an added bonus it is a very bright yellow, which made it easier for the rest of my crew to always see me in the crowd.
So here’s a list of things we brought along in our Disney daypack:
- Glow bracelets (from the Dollar Tree) for the evening parade and fireworks show
- Extra pull ups in case of accidents
- Travel pack of wipes
- Travel pack of sanitizing wipes
- Ziploc bags
- Quarters and shiny pennies for penny pressing
- Mini first aid kit
- Lip balm
- Instant hand sanitizer
- Dollar store ponchos (only if rain was expected that day)
- Fruit leather for snacking
- Water bottles for the adults and water pouches for the kiddos
- Medication in a small cooler pouch
- Wallet and cell phone (not pictured)
- Sunglasses for our crew (not pictured)
Now, what do I wish I had brought in our daypack?
Actually, there wasn’t anything extra we needed during our two days in the Magic Kingdom. The suggestions I had found on Pinterest proved to be right on the mark–I even used those Ziploc bags!