Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort
Disney officially announced the creation of the Golden Oak Community at the Walt Disney World Resort. This luxury home community will give people the opportunity to own single family luxury homes and homesites within the Walt Disney World Resort.
Many years later, a now successful Walt Disney filmed his Mickey Mouse Club TV show in a location called the Golden Oak Ranch. It was at this ranch in the Placerita Canyon of California that Walt Disney Productions acquired over 900 acres to use for TV and movie productions and to protect its harmony with nature. Walt and his family even used a location on this ranch for to relax and play with his family.
Years later, a scenic ranch in California's Placerita Canyon proved an equally inspiring location for filming segments of The Mickey Mouse Club TV show. Walt Disney Productions purchased portions of the property in 1959 and, over the years, acquired more than 900 acres to reserve its quiet vistas for TV and movie productions and protect its harmony with nature. In fact, Walt and his family owned a getaway on the ranch, where they spent time relaxing and playing.
This California Ranch was named Golden Oak in honor of a special tree under which gold nuggets were discovered in 1842
This inspired the naming of the 980 acres within Disney World that will combine family fun and harmony with nature.
•A suite of in-park benefits
•Access to select special-event tickets
•Community-hosted activities throughout the year
If you would like more information you can visit the Golden Oak Website.