January 1993 – present
Mickey’s Toontown – When you enter the gate to Toontown, turn left and follow the main path, toward Mickey’s House. Keep heading down the street all the way to the end, and you’ll see the Tree House at the corner.
When Mickey’s Toontown opened in 1993, each of Mickey’s friends had a designated home. Each character’s home reflected their stories and personalities, and Chip and Dale’s house was no exception. Their tree house, nestled in the rear corner of Toontown, is a quaint abode the perfect size for a pair of chipmunks.
- Single Rider Line – no
- Fast Pass – no
- Height Requirement – none
- Duration – N/A
Chip N Dale’s Tree House is a play area for kids, much like Goofy’s Playhouse on a smaller scale. The tree house has several levels, each with chipmunk wall décor and a few have interactive gags. When visitors have climbed to the top of the tree house, they can head down the back staircase and onto Chip and Dale’s patio.
MY RATING: ★★★☆☆
The tree house is definitely the most unique home in Toontown, and kids absolutely love climbing up the different levels. But the tree house is very, very small, so not many kids can play inside at once. I am 5’7, and felt like I could barely fit in the tree house, so this is definitely not a space meant for kids and adults to play together. But if parents need to sit and take a breather while the kids want to play, the tree house is a great spot.
Generally speaking, the traffic in Toontown gravitates toward Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin and the Go Coaster, so there’s generally not much congestion near the tree house. If you are visiting on a holiday, during the summer, or on a busy weekend, the earlier you visit in the day the better. But if you’re not at the park on a particularly crowded day, there is no bad time to visit Chip and Dale.
Chip and Dale do not hold Meet and Greets at their home; instead, they generally stroll around Critter Country and/or Frontierland.
The small roped off-space to the right of the tree house was once part of the attraction, called the Acorn Crawl. The Acorn Crawl was a giant ball pit with acorn-shaped balls, meant primarily for children under 5. However, the Acorn Crawl closed in 1998, due to “health and cleanliness concerns” (a.k.a. tons of kids throwing up and peeing in the pit!).