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Saturday, June 22, 2024

FINALLY! Disney Files Permit For Major Staging Area Ahead of Dinoland Overhaul

After years of “ideas” and an empty lot where Primeval Whirl once stood, newly filed permits suggest Disney is finally moving forward with the overhaul of Dinoland, U.S.A. at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

Blue sky concept art for a combination Encanto, Coco, and Indiana Jones-themed land to replace Dinoland U.S.A. (©Disney)

New permits detail a massive staging area to be built backstage at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. This backstage area will house trailers for Walt Disney Imagineering and contractors.

New staging area proposed by Disney backstage at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. (©Disney)

Temporary staging areas are constructed for Disney’s large-scale construction projects. This particular staging area is quite significant, including five temporary offices, fire hydrants, gravel roads, and 363 parking spots.

This particular staging area is designated as part of “Project RO.” Mickey Views strongly suspects “Project RO” refers to the overhaul of Dinoland, U.S.A.

We anticipate the reimagining of Dinoland will include retheming DINOSAUR to the Indiana Jones intellectual property, replacing Dino-Rama with an Encanto C-ticket attraction, a mild aesthetic refresh of the existing Dinoland restaurants and shops to fit a South American theme, and replacing The Boneyard with a Coco-themed family attraction.

Disney has yet to detail their full plans for Dinoland overhaul, however, further specifics now known to Mickey Views will be covered in-depth in a future video.

Brayden produces quality Disney news commentary videos at Mickey Views. He is also working on feature-quality documentary films at "Address Unknown."


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