PHOTOS: Take a Look Around the New Tri-Circle-D Ranch at Walt Disney World

With the phased reopening of the Walt Disney World Resort, Cast Members are beginning to welcome Guests back to Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground with a fresh new barn at Tri-Circle-D Ranch. Disney's animal care team continues to take great care of the horses, and are thrilled to share this magnificent milestone.


The new stable features larger stalls for the horses, including 10 additional stalls – all equipped with automatic water stations. The barn is more than twice the size of the original barn with two tack rooms, a wedding harness room showcasing tack for Cinderella’s ponies, and the return of the museum dedicated to Walt’s love of horses.

Along with the museum, the horses themselves brought an iconic piece of Disney history back to the barn—the 1907 Dragon Calliope. Walt Disney purchased the horse-drawn musical wagon for Disneyland Park in the 1950s, and it is currently on display at the campground.

But that’s not all that’s new at Tri-Circle-D Ranch! Last week, Disney shared the newest addition to the resort's animal collection, Violet, a pony foal born at the new stable. Violet is already finding her independence as she plays around in the new pastures and enjoys running around with her mom, Elsa, for some quality bonding time.

The new ranch is a quick trot away from its original location, just around the corner from the bus loop by Pioneer Hall. Happy trails!
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