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This resort has activities for adults and children alike, but mostly for children. I don't think they have enough for teenagers, but since DD with Disney Quest is just a walk away, that doesn't seem to be a real problem. It is my niece's favorite to place to stay when we visit WDW -- she is 13.
From journal A great trip to WDW
September 2, 2003
This resort offers timeshare units that can be rented, if space is available, to non-vacation club members. Studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom units are offered. This was the first Vacation Club resort built by Disney, and seems to offer larger rooms and balconies than the subsequent Vacation Club resorts.
As is usual with all things Disney, it is a first-class resort. It is located on Disney World property and is therefore included as a stop within the Disney World bus transportation system. There is also a small shuttle boat that transports guests down the canal to Disney's Market Place.
The resort overlooks a golf course and is quiet and relaxed.
From journal Disney World Flower Power
North Grafton, Massachusetts
December 21, 2001
From journal Walt Disney World