PHOTOS: Jungle Cruise Dock Boards Completely Replaced at Magic Kingdom

Shannen Ace

A wooden deck area features various barrels, crates, and metal containers, with greenery and a sign reading "Mama Willow" in the background.

PHOTOS: Jungle Cruise Dock Boards Completely Replaced at Magic Kingdom

The refurbishment of the Jungle Cruise dock at Magic Kingdom is now complete, with the old boards replaced with boards made of composite materials.

Jungle Cruise Dock Refurbishment

An empty, roped-off queue area at an outdoor attraction with a wooden floor and canopy, with two people in the background near a forested backdrop.

The refurbishment began in January, with different sections of the queue closing for work. Construction walls and scrim are all gone now. Most recently, they blocked off a small section in this area of the queue.

Close-up of wet wooden decking with visible raindrops and some surface water. The planks have a grooved texture and are aligned parallel to each other.

The new floorboards have a ridged texture.

A wooden deck area features various barrels, crates, and metal containers, with greenery and a sign reading "Mama Willow" in the background.

These boards can be seen throughout the queue and loading area.

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