It is currently just brown. Without the red, it doesn’t stand out as much against the green trees.
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We expect the “Harper’s Mill” sign and possibly the red paint to return to the building.
While construction continues, the building is surrounded by scaffolding. This is the only visible refurbishment on Tom Sawyer Island, but more is probably happening throughout the island.
We could see wood replacement underway to the side of the building.
Several construction workers were at this spot near the island’s windmill.
Across from Harper’s Mill, some construction workers appeared to be laying cables in the bushes near the docks.
They were close enough to the walkway that guests could have struck up a conversation with them if they wanted to do so.
The refurbishment is planned to come to a close on February 28, 2021, though many construction and refurbishment projects have been delayed throughout Walt Disney World. Are you excited to see what else might be refreshed on Tom Sawyer Island? Let us know in the comments.