Ample Hills Creamery At Disney’s BoardWalk

There's nothing quite as lovely as taking a leisurely walk around Crescent Lake on a warm summer evening. As the twilight sets in the lights come on and their reflection dances happily upon the water. This summer, the stroll got a little bit sweeter with the opening of Ample Hills Creamery At Disney's BoardWalk.


Ample Hills Creamery at Disney's BoardWalkAmple Hills Creamery at Disney's BoardWalk


Ample Hills Creamery is located in the space formerly occupied by the ESPN Club's game arcade. The Disney-owned-and-operated ice cream shop was developed as a collaboration with the popular New York-based ice cream company. The whimsical interior is bright and airy with special touches specific to Ample Hills and to Walt Disney World. We're especially fond of the Castle wall mural with Ice cream Cone Garden.


The Interior Is Bright And Full Of Fun MuralsThe Interior Is Bright And Full Of Fun Murals
Who Doesn't Love Ice Cream Flowers?Who Doesn't Love Ice Cream Flowers?


Ample Hills Creamery turns farm fresh, responsibly sourced ingredients (like hormone free milk and cream from grass fed cows and organic cane sugar) into 15 exciting and creative flavors enjoyed by fans of the creamery's New York shops along with a new 16th flavor developed by Disney'sBoardWalk chefs exclusively for this location.


Ample Hills Menu Allows For Personal CreativityAmple Hills Menu Allows For Personal Creativity


Which one of these spunky taste explosions do you want to try?

  • Peppermint Pattie Ice Cream: Cool Peppermint Ice Cream with flakes of Dark Chocolate and House-made Peppermint Patties
  • Sweet Cream n' Cookies Ice Cream: Sweet Cream Ice Cream with pieces of Back-To-Nature Sandwich Creme Cookies
  • Chocolate Milk and Cookies Ice Cream: Creamy Milk Chocolate Ice Cream with Pieces of Back-To-Nature Sandwich Creme Cookies
  • Ooey Gooey Butter Cake Ice Cream: the creamiest Vanilla Ice Cream made with Cream Cheese and gobs of House-made St. Louis-Style Ooey Gooey Butter Cake. A staff favorite!
  • PB Wins the Cup Ice Cream: Vanilla Ice Cream with Peanut Butter Chocolate flakes and House-made Peanut Butter Cups
  • Cotton Candy Ice Cream: 100% All-Natural Blue Cotton Candy Ice Cream made with no Artificial Colors of Flavors
  • Coffee Toffee Coffee Ice Cream: Coffee Ice Cream with Housemade Espresso-Infused Chocolate-Covered Toffee Pieces
  • Butter Pecan Brittle Ice Cream: Dark Brown Sugar Ice Cream with Pieces of Housemade Roasted Pecan Brittle
  • Nonna D's Oatmeal Lace Ice Cream: Dark Brown Sugar Cinnamon Ice Cream with Housemade Oatmeal Lace Cookies
  • Vanilla Bean Ice Cream: Vanilla Bean Ice Cream made with Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla Beans
  • Baked/Unbaked Ice Cream: Vanilla Ice Cream with pieces of Housemade Chocolate Chip Cookies and Brown Butter Cookie Dough
  • Dark Chocolate Ice Cream: Rich Dark Chocolate Ice Cream made with 72% E. Guiffard Chocolate
  • Lemon Sky Ice Cream: Light and Billowy Lemon Ginger Sorbet made with a splash of Limoncello. Dairy-free and Vegan
  • Strawberries and Cream Ice Cream: Smooth and Pure Strawberry Ice Cream
  • Sally Sells Seashells Ice Cream: Fresh and Fluffy Orange Marshmallow Ice Cream with House-made Salty Chocolate Seashells. This flavor is exclusive to Disney's BoardWalk.
  • Malty Salty Pretzel Punch Ice Cream: Vanilla Malted Ice Cream with Chocolate-covered Pretzel Pieces



The Exclusive Sally Sea Shells In A Cookie ConeThe Exclusive Sally Sea Shells In A Cookie Cone


Making a visit to the new Ample Hills Creamery shop on Disney's BoardWalk is a fun and delicious way to enjoy a creamy frozen treat. The Make your own sundae option is perfect for folks who can't decide on just one flavor. Menu items in the shop cost roughly between $6 and $10, Disney Dining Plans are not accepted.

Thanks so much to our friends at the Disney Food Blog for sharing their drool worthy images with us! Head on over and read their first impressions of this new spot for ice cream. Have you been to the Ample Hills Creamery yet? Leave a comment and let us know what you thought!

vv wrote on Sun, 07/03/2016 - 00:51:

Anonymous's picture

In the menu picture, it looks like the small cup and small cake cone are snack options.

Kristen K. wrote on Sun, 07/03/2016 - 04:23:

Kristen K.'s picture

Indeed it does look that way!

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