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    Would POFQ be good for kids ages 6 & 8? What is there to do for kids?
    You know, any wish is possible.
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    We used to stay at Dixie Landings when the girls were young. They loved the water and the pool and the food court with the big wheel. It is a very pretty walk to the food court and they loved the boat ride to Disney Springs. We stopped staying there when Pop Century opened just because of the price difference. We spend very little time at our resort especially now with no little ones. I think if I had smaller children my resort of choice would be AOA. Got to stay in Lion King suite once and it was set up really nice for families with small children.
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    Although I don't have children I have seen many families enjoying POFQ. There is a nice game room and a fantastic pool. Dubloon Lagoon, the pool area is so much fun. They have staff to play games and activities with the children. The only thing I'm hesitant about is the food court. Since the reimagining I see that the menu is New Orleans food... Pooboys and other cajon foods. Not my preference so I will see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katzateer View Post
    We used to stay at Dixie Landings when the girls were young. They loved the water and the pool and the food court with the big wheel. It is a very pretty walk to the food court and they loved the boat ride to Disney Springs. We stopped staying there when Pop Century opened just because of the price difference. We spend very little time at our resort especially now with no little ones. I think if I had smaller children my resort of choice would be AOA. Got to stay in Lion King suite once and it was set up really nice for families with small children.
    I forgot about those family suites
    You know, any wish is possible.
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    fq is close to Springs, and a nice boat ride over there to go do more stuff. Better than the buses.
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    POFQ is a great resort for kids! The pool is fun, the slide isn't too fast, but you can head over to POR if you have thrill-seeking slide kids.

    The run daily activities at the pool, many are free, and some (like the design your own glasses) are a small charge. They do the nightly movies as well.
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    It sounds like it might be a good place then. Stuff for the kids to do. POR is just a boat ride away, so the adults can relax and watch Yeeha BoB. Hop on the boat for Disney Springs also.
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    Its Disney ,be definition, isn't the whole place for kids?
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    Quote Originally Posted by texas211 View Post
    Its Disney ,be definition, isn't the whole place for kids?
    Supposedly, but it isn't. They can't go into Jellyrolls
    You know, any wish is possible.
    All it takes is a little courage to set it free!

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