Open/Close: Opens and closes with the park during all seasons. There are no regularly scheduled refurbishment closures. Rain does not affect operation.
Wait Times: Lines rarely get very long, topping out at 15-20 minutes on busy days. Normal waits will be 5-10 and during early and late hours is frequently a walk-on.
Length of Ride: 2 minutes 45 seconds
Single Rider: No
Queue Description: The queue is entirely external. Though you enter the queue in the same location as when it was Country Bear Jamboree, you do not go into the covered bridge. The area the queue moves through is themed to be lightly wooded with various Winnie the Pooh related touches, such as beehives dripping with honey, and the faint sound of buzzing bees. The exit path leads back into Critter Country, near the Pooh's Corner store.
Health Restriction: The ride makes gentle motions and changes in direction. Should be safe for all health conditions.
Ride Access: The entire queue is wheelchair accessible, though users of scooters and electric wheelchairs will have to transfer to a manual wheelchair.
Wheelchair Transfer: One of the beehive ride vehicles is equipped for manual wheelchairs. Users of electric wheelchairs or scooters will need to transfer to manual wheelchairs for loading and unloading. When your party reaches the head of the line, you'll be held aside until the equipped vehicle comes through. The wheelchair enters the vehicle backwards and is then automatically rotated to face forward, which is reversed for unloading.
Service Animals: No
Audio: The ride does have audio, but I don't know what facilities are available.
Weight and Size Issues: The lap bar restraint will accommodate riders of any weight or size, and if necessary riders can ride alone for additional lateral space. Leg room is in somewhat short supply but should not be a problem in most cases.