UPDATE: What’s still closed at Walt Disney World due to Hurricane Irma

The vast majority of Walt Disney World is up and running just days after Hurricane Irma basted through Florida, but there are still a number of closures as Disney works to clear debris from area.

Here’s a look at what is still closed:

The Jungle Cruise at the Magic Kingdom is still closed due to debris from trees on the attraction. There is no estimated time of when it will reopen.

The Kail River Rapids at Animal Kingdom is closed.

Typhoon Lagoon is closed.

Blizzard Beach is closed.

Fort Wilderness Campground is closed as Disney assesses the damage. Guests with existing reservations are being relocated to other accommodations within Walt Disney World Resort hotels.

Hoop-de-Doo Musical Revue is closed at Fort Wilderness through Sept. 17.

Mickey’s Backyard BBQ is closed at Fort Wilderness closed at Fort Wilderness through Sept. 17.

Tree House Villas at Saratoga Springs are closed and should reopen Sept. 17.

Disney’s Vero Beach is closed.

Disney’s Hilton Head Beach is closed.