Tom Sawyer Island


Open until dusk, Tom Sawyer Island is one big playground for all kids. Accessible only by raft, the island is a walk through attraction. This is a great haven to unwind where adults can sit on rocking chairs and watch the hustle and bustle of the Magic Kingdom across the Rivers of America, while relaxing amidst the shade of the great oaks, pines, red maples, elms and sycamores. Tom Sawyer Island also offers a place for kids to let off steam as they wander through the caves and play in Fort Sam Clemens.

Families can cross the barrel bridge and explore the working water wheel, follow the dirt paths and then rest on benches found scattered throughout.

Restrictions /Accessibility:

The Island is not accessible to guests in wheelchairs.

Tom Sawyer Island Reviews

There are currently 46 reviews for Tom Sawyer Island.

Aug 02, 2014 by dramadrew

There's a bit too see, but it's not very exciting. This would be good if you need a break in the middle of the afternoon. It's pretty quiet.

Jan 25, 2014 by JGoodhue

Less crowded than the rest of the park. You may need to wait for a raft ride, but once you are on the island, you are free to roam. My 8yo grandson loved it. And I made my grandson very proud of me...

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