Casey Jr. has come to town and brought the circus with him. But that’s not all he brought. He’s also brought some very cool entertainment. Wet and Wild.
In the story of Dumbo (which Storybook Circus is modeled after), the train plays a big role. That’s true here to. Casey is right in the middle of everything and boy does he stir up some action.
Dad’s Video of Casey Jr.
If you remember the movie Dumbo, when the circus comes to town it comes on a train. That train is named Casey Junior.
I don’t know if you can actually call this an attraction. It’s more of a play area with water squirting everywhere. This is the old Donald’s Boat area and like the boat, there is lots of water to thrill the kiddos.
Casey pulls the train right into the middle of the circus. There are elephants and giraffes on the train and they very playfully spew water all around. Casey even gets into the act every once in a while.
Get a bit wet
Dad’s Ride Information Table
|Description: a water play area for kids|
|Height Requirement – none||FASTPASS:No||Length of Ride: as long as you want|
|Type of ride: play area|
Other Information: Kids whole love playing in water will love this
This area opened as part of the New Fantasyland in March 2012. It took the place of Donald’s Boat from the old Mickey’s Toontown Fair.
Photo by Lukey
Here are some fun facts about the little train –
- The second float in the Main Street Electrical Parade (the one of the train with the parade logo), that’s Casey.
- Casey makes an appearance in “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”
- There is an empty box of Casey Jr. Cookies in It’s a Bugs Life
Storybook Circus Entrance
Storybook Circus is part of the New Fantasyland. It’s where, in addition to this “attraction” you’ll find
- Dumbo the Flying Elephant
- The Barnstormer starring the Great Goofini
- Pete’s Silly Sideshow
- Big Top Souvenirs
- Fantasyland Train Station
Storybook Circus is really neat.
Dad’s Bottom Line
If your kids want to get wet, real wet on a hot Florida day (aren’t they all), then this is the place for them. Adults be ware, those animals can spit a long ways.