Chip and Dale’s Campfire at Walt Disney World- Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly

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originally published October 19, 2019

The fun things that Disney World offer can’t really be summed up in one sentence. From Fireworks around cinderellas castle, to boat, monorail and skyliner rides, to meeting your favorite characters and singing Disney songs around a campfire… there’s a lot to do!

Get ready to gather ’round the campfire and sing your heart out with Chip and Dale at Fort Wilderness! This delightful and interactive experience is a must-do for Disney fans of all ages.

Here’s how to make it Gluten Free and Allergy Friendly!

Chip and Dale Campfire Singalong

First things first- it can be difficult to get to. You need to take an internal bus around Fort Wilderness or take over your golf cart. You can see more about transportation in this helpful Fort Wilderness guide.

Next up- you dont have to have food. This is a sing along and had plenty of entertainment. BUT there will be people eating and actively roasting Marshmallows!

It would be a dream if they had accommodations for everyone- but this wasn’t the case. Similar to the water parks, they had what they had. You can purchase supplies at a smaller RV stand by the campfire, or at the Main Store as you walk in.

You can:

  • Buy Marshallows (typically jet puffed brand)
  • Bring Marshmallows (Walmart has Campfire Brand which are top 8 Allergy Friendly and Gluten Free)
  • Avoid Marshmallows
  • Buy Graham Crackers (Typically HoneyMaid)
  • Bring Graham Crackers (we like Pamelas!)
  • Skip Graham Crackers
  • Buy Chocolate (Typically Herseys)
  • Bring Chocolate (We love the Enjoy Life Bars!)
  • Omit Chocolate

We’ve done this for several years now, and it’s one of the highlights of the trip! We like to go earlier when there are less people to avoid any accidental campfire cross contact.

You can purchase brand new Marshmallow rods or Bring your own.

Happy Camping!

I grabbed my graham crackers before the trip (they are a great snack to take into the parks because you don’t have to worry about them melting)

Looking for more Allergy Friendly Offerings?

Character Meals when you have food allergies

All the Disney World Reviews for Food Allergy Options

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