Jeni's Review of the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue!

Review of Disney's Hoop Dee Doo Revue Dinner Show at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort at Campground at Disney World.

Welcome to Pioneer Hall and the Hoop-de-doo Musical Revue! Where the food is hot, the drinks are not, and the food is well...bear-able! But seriously though, aside from the puny jokes and crazy show, you can really take a load off and enjoy the Hoop-de-doo Musical Revue!

More chicken, more chicken, more chicken, let’s eat? All the food is served family style. Grub includes bread, a dinner salad, barbecue spare ribs, fried chicken, corn, baked beans, and strawberry shortcake. To drink there’s soft drinks, coffee, tea and milk for kids of all ages. There is also beer, wine, and sangria for the kids at heart.

Disney Dining Plan and Tables in Wonderland are accepted at this dinner show. The show itself is quirky and features a six member cast that sings, dances, and tells jokes. (This experience takes two (2) Disney Dining Plan Table Service meals credits per person, 100% ID check for alcohol)

In 2011, my brother Mikey was picked to be in the show. He was the Ranger. It was an awesome moment to laugh, and it was very cute to my mom. My brother was a team player but has voiced he doesn't want to be a part of the show, he'd rather just watch it. I on the other hand love the show and hope to someday be a part of it. My grandmother who is not into the whole Disney thing(weird right), grabbed a washboard and a spoon and jammed away. My mother loves the show and talks about their fried chicken all the time. It is truly a show for all ages.

Enjoying dinner at the Hoop-Dee-Doo-Musical-Revue

With something for everyone, there’s never a bad time to go down to Pioneer Hall in Fort Wilderness. Traffic can be busy so leave extra time to get to Pioneer Hall. Please note that there is some walking required once you get to the resort. 

All the walking there is worth it once you walk into the doors of the Hoop-de-hoop-de-hoop-de-doo!

(Note from Annette: If you are using Disney transportation, you'll need to take a bus or a boat from one of the theme parks or Disney Springs to the Fort Wilderness campground and then, once there, take one of the internal buses to Pioneer Hall.  They have three internal bus routes so check with the bus driver if you aren't sure whether the bus will get you where you need to go).

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