PHOTOS: Jungle Cruise Dock Refurbishment Near Complete at Magic Kingdom

Shannen Ace

People walking through a rope-lined queue at an amusement park ride station with wooden floors and beams.

PHOTOS: Jungle Cruise Dock Refurbishment Near Complete at Magic Kingdom

The refurbishment of the Jungle Cruise dock at Magic Kingdom appears to be almost complete.

Jungle Cruise Dock Refurbishment

Empty ticket booth counters at an outdoor venue with visitors in the background.

The only construction walls still up are around just one square of the dock near the edge of the queue.

Empty queue area with ropes at a wooden attraction entrance, featuring decorative posters and shaded lamps.

As we reported in our last update, it looks like the wooden boards are being replaced with composite boards.

An empty queue area with wooden floors and rope barriers at a theme park, with a few visitors in the background.

The new boards fill the rest of the ride’s queue.

An elephant partially submerged in water, near large rocks and lush green vegetation.

We didn’t notice any significant construction on the ride. But this elephant in the water appears to have a tear on its forehead.

An elephant partially submerged in water, with its back and tail visible above the surface, surrounded by rocks and foliage.

If you look at the center of the elephant’s head, it looks like its skin is starting to pull apart at a seam.

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