Santa to Appear Aboard Pontoon Boat for “Winter Watercade” at Disney Springs for Christmas 2020

Disney Springs always comes alive for the holiday season at Walt Disney World, and this year, it’s boasting a number of new, modified offerings, including Jock Lindsey’s Holiday Bar and the only snowfall on property. Now, Disney has announced details on two more offerings at the shopping and dining district, including Santa’s Winter Watercade, live entertainment, and a modified version of the Holiday Scavenger Hunt.

Santa’s Winter Watercade

Santa and Mrs. Claus are soaking up the last bit of Florida sun before their big night, taking to Lake Buena Vista in a Winter Waterland of colorfully decorated pontoon boats, waving Christmas wishes to one and all.

Holiday Scavenger Hunt

Go on a quest across Disney Springs in this new holiday family tradition that respects social distancing guidelines. As you search, don’t forget to check out those stunning themed Christmas Trees for clues!

Disney Christmas Tree Stroll

This year, you can discover Christmas around every corner, as you come across a collection of elaborately decorated Disney Christmas trees spread throughout the neighborhoods of Disney Springs.

Let It Snow!

Snow flurries are in the forecast for Town Center and the West Side of Disney Springs! In the evenings, delight in a magical snowfall adding an extra touch of wonder to your holiday shopping. Snoap machines were recently installed throughout Disney Springs.

Live Entertainment

In the evenings, explore Disney Springs and be entertained by Toy Soldier Stiltwalkers and Snowflake Skaters.

You can check out a full list of what will be taking place across Walt Disney World Resort for the 2020 Holiday Season by clicking here. Are you looking forward to waving at Santa as he passes by on a pontoon? Let us know in the comments!

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1 year ago

Please cite your sources! It is always incredibly frustrating to read your articles and not be able to refer to the “OFFICIAL” press releases. Thanks!!

Tom Corless
Tom Corless(@wdwntadmin)
1 year ago
Reply to  B C

You can’t link to press releases, they aren’t published for official consumption.