PHOTOS: Jungle Green Pavement Expands at Adventureland in the Magic Kingdom Ahead of 50th Anniversary

The return of jungle green pavement to Adventureland has taken a leap forward at the Magic Kingdom.


Since our last report, the work has expanded significantly, turning one strip of green pavement to a large patch outside the entrance to Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room.


The color is a throwback to how the land appeared in the Magic Kingdom’s early years during the 1970s. But this isn’t the only pavement work that’s been ongoing at the park ahead of its 50th anniversary. In recent months, we’ve seen pavement rockwork be refurbished in Fantasyland, and Tomorrowland has had a vast majority of its pavement removed piece by piece to be replaced with a new color scheme.


A section has been roped off with “Wet Paint” signs, indicated that this is the latest section to get the new (or rather, old) look.

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The gorgeous-looking pavement has been pattered with stones and cracks to give it an authentic wild look.


Outside the restrooms and pathway to Frontierland, another patch of green pavement has been laid.


It’s unclear as to whether the work will be finished in time for the 50th celebrations on October 1, but for fans of Walt Disney World’s history, it’s a welcome sight regardless.

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