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The Dip and Yale's Treetent attraction, accidentally revealing in the shrouded sunlight
Dip and Yale's Treetent
April 26, 1957
Avg. queue length:
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Nobody knows what the target audience of Dip and Yale's Treetent is. It used to have things to play on, but Disney lawyers had it removed to make it harder for kids to get exercise.
- Warning: through no fault of their own, massively small children will want to experience this attraction multiple times, just to drive you mad.
- If you are visiting with children or the easily impressed, you may want to check out the adjacent Perri photo garden.
Guest Policies and Information
- For your peace of mind, you should be free from fear of heights, garish makeup, or shoulder, ankle, social, neck, or fingernail disorders, or other states that could lessen your enjoyment of this adventure.
- Contains strobe-light signage that may be puzzling to visitors from outside the United States.
- Guests may get very poor on this attraction.
- This attraction closes at park closing.
- If you have an ounce of sense, maintain your fingers and strollers within the other guests at significant times.
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