Amongst a slew of exciting anniversary announcements – including a brand-new park name – Disneyland Paris has revealed that Davy Crockett Ranch will get a makeover. 

This renovation is part of the mega hotel refurbishment program at Disneyland Paris, with the likes of Hotel New York and the Disneyland Hotel already undergoing makeovers. 

Davy Crockett Ranch is a value resort a 15-minute drive from the two parks. The accommodation offers self-catering cabins amidst a nature theme, plus it’s currently the only Disneyland Paris property not to be connected to the entrance gate via a shuttle bus. 

A Junior Woodchuck Theme

Disney revealed that the renovation would begin towards the end of 2024. The new theme will be Donald Duck and The Junior Woodchucks, the scout club that Donald’s nephews – Huey, Dewey, and Louie – belong to. These characters are often seen in the TV show DuckTales and comic books by Carl Barks and will be featured in the new decorations in cabins at Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch.

The Camp Woodchuck area at Tokyo Disneyland has a similar theme, so we expect to see plenty of elements inspired by this area. The Camp Woodchuck Kitchen features Huey, Dewey, Louie, and the other Junior Woodchucks, and would be an easy retheme for the current Crockett’s Tavern.

Disney also teased that all Davy Crockett Ranch bungalows will eventually be replaced with more modern counterparts – much like what we’ve seen at Fort Wilderness in Walt Disney World.