Disney Springs is a shopping and entertainment centre in Walt Disney World. Disney Springs is themed to being a sleepy town in central Florida which is built around the titular water-bodies of Disney Springs.
Disney Springs was founded in the 1800s when a cattle rancher discovered the natural water-feature of Disney Springs. The town was largely Spanish and grew around the springs in what would come to be Town Centre.
Disney Springs was visited by Indiana Jones and his personal aviator Jock Lindsey in 1938 during their search for the Fountain of Youth. Jock later settled down in Disney Springs in 1958 where he became a member of the Society of Explorers and Adventurers.
Disney Springs resident Jock Lindsey is a member of the Society of Explorers and Adventurers.
Disney Springs replaced the area of Pleasure Island which held the Adventurers Club restaurant. There are many references to the Adventurers Club in Disney Springs as a result. Among the Lost and Found items within the club is a passport belonging to Samantha Sterling, a member of the Adventurers Club. Members of the Club can also be seen in a photograph taken on the bars opening night. The statue Babylonia from the club is within Jock's collection of artifacts.. There is also a wooden carving depicting to sailors unloading the Empress Lilly in the Boathouse restaurant.
Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar deals with the Indiana Jones property.
There is a mural of the Orange Bird advertising Florida Citrus in Disney Springs outside of Erin McKenna’s Bakery. The mural is intended to be connected to Disney Springs' backstory with said mural being made to look aged.
- Unlike the backstories for other areas in the Disney Parks, the backstory for Disney Springs does not have any apparent core, cast of characters, theme or direction.