If you haven’t already checked it out, we recently brought you Part One of our Disneyland Paris Trip Report. Today, we head into the Wild West with Frontierland, and boy, Disneyland Paris’ is beautiful.
As Big Thunder Mountain goes, Disneyland Paris’ is particularly beautiful. Set on its own island, riders go through tunnels underneath the Rivers of America.
The Indian Village, just off the Central Plaza of the Park, adds some theming to Frontierland’s entrance.
Lens Flare! JJ Abrams eat your heart out!
Disneyland Paris’ Frontierland is HUGE!
The River Rogue Keelboats are down for refurbishment.
The Mark Twain is also down for refurbishment. You can see it from the Pocahantas play area. No sign of the Molly Brown!
The animatronic was still rocking…
Big Thunder really is big…
Refurbishment at the Chaparral Theatre.
The Cowboy Cookout BBQ sits at the back of Frontierland.
The entrance to Adventureland. Notice the lampposts are switched around slightly, to blend the lands together. And we can thank our tour guide for that nugget of information!
This part of Frontierland sure gets crowded.
The Lucky Nugget Saloon, similar to the Golden Nugget at Disneyland in Anaheim.
More Big Thunder…
Pretty much the same picture, sans Seagull.
Phantom Manor sits atop a hill in Frontierland, and looks over the Rivers of America.
Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing, closed for refurbishment.
The queue area for the Mark Twain and the Molly Brown.
This really is a fun ride…
Some nice little theming in Phantom Manor’s Graveyard.
Big Thunder Mountain seen from Phantom Manor.
The Geysers are dry at Rivers of the Far West as the Keelboats, Molly Brown and Mark Twain are refurbished.
Graveyard theming at Phantom Manor.
So there you have it, a roundup of Frontierland and its many refurbishments. Be sure to stay with Theme Park Investigator for part three of our trip report, which will cover Adventureland! And click here to check our part one. Let us know what you think in the comments!