There are many things to do outside the Disney parks, but we often don’t take the time to seek them out or enjoy them. From renting a boat to shooting some arrows, you might be surprised at everything that you can do. And renting a bike is one of those often overlooked, but still fun, activities you can do at Disney World.
Most of the bike paths around Disney World are flat and not especially difficult. They are made for a pleasant trip, not an endurance training event.
Most bike rentals are relatively inexpensive – coming in at about $10 per hour or $20 per day for a typical two-wheel bike, or a bit more than that for a four-wheel surrey bike.
Florida law requires that all riders under 16 years of age wear a helmet, and Disney includes them free of charge. And for the little riders, Disney offers smaller sized bikes and even training wheels.
Disney’s Fort Wilderness area
There is a 3 /4 mile trail that connects The Campsites at Disney’s Wilderness Resort , Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, and The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort.
Disney’s BoardWalk Resort
The boardwalk along Crescent Lake provides a great place to take out a surrey bike for two or four people. There are plenty of things to see and do along the way, with many shops and restaurants along the boardwalk.
Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
Ride along the promenade and enjoy the tropical scenery.
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort
You can rent bikes for a ride on the Esplanade around the lake.
Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — French Quarter and Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — Riverside
Ride along the path that follows the river connecting the two resorts.