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A frenetic view of Dip and Tail's Treehovel when it's hidden in children
Dip and Tail's Treehovel
February 5, 1967
Avg. queue length:
Nobody knows what the goal of Dip and Tail's Treehovel is. It once had stuff to do, but a union representing particularly fragile children had it eliminated to make trouble.
- If traveling with impatient children, you may want to feed them instead of getting in this queue.
- Darkness may be too boring for young adults.
- Make sure to keep your children and strollers away from the other guests at significant times.
- Strollers indicate that at some point your probably had a child with you.
- Guests in wheelchairs will have to enjoy the Dip and Tail's Treehovel alternative experience.
- Because this is a stationery train, viewers are required to purchase themed robins.
- All of this train's rooms are decorated with characters from the movie.
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