Heather Thompson


My first trip to Walt Disney World was in 2007 with my husband and two small children. We truly had a magical experience and could not get over the attention to detail, cleanliness, and just what an overall unique experience it was for our family. We were hooked immediately and since then have grown to a family of 5 and continue to visit Disney anywhere from 1 to 6 times a year. Our daughter was just accepted into the Disney College Program and now lives there so we try to visit even more!

As our children have gotten older,  my husband and I also started taking trips alone and still continue to find new things to do and new restaurants to try every single time we go. There truly is something for all ages at Disney World!

Over the years many friends and family have seen our love for Disney and have come to us to ask for help planning their Disney vacation. It truly is a passion of ours and we love to help people plan their getaway. I’m excited to be able to share my passion and love for Disney and help others have a great trip as well, whether it be with their family, or an adult trip. I know how overwhelming it can be and there truly are so many great options with activities, events, and restaurants, so I am excited to be able to help in anyway I can to personalize a vacation for you!

Some of my Disney favorites: 

Resorts- Contemporary- The location is wonderful.  You can walk to Magic Kingdom, hop on a boat and go check out some of the other resorts, and the monorail runs right through the resort so you can also take that to other parks and resorts as well. Not to mention the views you can get from some of the rooms there! 

Wildnerness Lodge- I feel like I am staying at a beautiful resort in a remote “wilderness” area when here. Wilderness Lodge is situated on a lake with lakeside dining options, a beautiful pool, and one of my favorite treats on property is here as well!

Rides- Test Track at Epcot-  The thrill of the speed and feeling the wind in your hair… .it’s a must!

Haunted Mansion at Magic Kingdom – I love the creepy fun -but not too scary-  story line of this ride. Never gets old for me!

Eats- Being a foodie I could go on and on about the food at Disney, but one of my top favorites for breakfast and dinner is the Topolinos restaurant at Riviera resort. Breakfast is a fun atmosphere with characters and dinner is upscale with great views. The steak is the best on property! 

Another must each time we visit is Art Smith’s Homecomin @ Disney Springs. We actually had the honor of meeting Chef Art Smith at one of our visits. He was the personal chef for Oprah Winfrey for years. The southern style food is exceptional and I could eat the gravy by the bowl with a spoon! 

Treats- One of my recently discovered favorite treats is the Campfire Cupcake at Roaring Fork/Wilderness Lodge. A delicious treat worth making a trip to Wilderness Lodge.

Another favorite is Gideon’s cookies and their peanut butter iced nitro coffee located at Disney Springs. Gideon’s is wildly popular, but the treats are worth the wait!