Walt Disney World is an approximately 25,000 acre (40 square mile) resort located in Lake Buena Vista in steamy central Florida. The resort is expansive, about the same size as San Francisco or twice the size of Manhattan, with roughly one-third set aside as conservation land. Walt Disney World Resort features four theme parks, two water parks, over two dozen Disney owned and operated hotels, a campground, golf courses, hundreds of restaurants, and a shopping and entertainment district. The four theme parks – Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom – are scattered across the property and connected through a transportation system of boats, gondolas, monorails, and buses. Getting from one theme park to another usually requires at least 30 minutes or more during peak travel times.