This year’s tree trail at Disney Springs has been spread out across the outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment complex. The best part of the Disney Springs Christmas Tree Stroll 2020 is it is a FREE outdoor activity that is enjoyable for all ages. When you arrive at Disney Springs head to the Disney Springs Welcome Center, the PhotoPass Studio, or select (sorry, I do not have a list) retail locations.
We picked our map up at the House of Blues gift shop – just ask a Cast Member for the closest location to pick up a map based on your entry point to Disney Springs. The map includes a summary of special offers from many restaurants and shops around Disney Springs. Simply begin your stroll and place the corresponding sticker on the map.
There is a map, but really the trees are out in the open and easy to spot. This is less of a scavenger hunt and more of a relaxing walk around. Given the current policies in place, it was a perfect way to walk around and stop to sip on the beverages we picked up at City Works while placing the sticker on the corresponding spot on the map.
Ignore the next photo if you prefer not knowing the locations, but as I mentioned, this isn’t like a scavenger hunt at Epcot and like both you are not graded to get the reward.
That’s right, there is an award for completing the free Disney Springs Christmas Tree Stroll. Just look for the redemption signs marked with the Mickey icon on the map. Also, a great place to pick up the map.
It’s a major award… It looks like a button! It is a button, you nincompoop, but it’s a major award!
If you are heading to Disney Springs this holiday season, the Christmas Tree Stroll is a fun adventure and a MAJOR improvement from the tree trail from previous years. One of the positives from 2020 is the Christmas Tree Stroll which I personally hope is the new normal and gone forever is the claustrophobic tree trail.