Bog Easy is the Wasteland version of New Orleans Square from Disneyland Park. It is styled after New Orleans architecture and is surrounded by a bayou. The swamp town acts as a gateway to the nearby Lonesome Manor.
In Epic Mickey
Near the Projector Screen connecting Mean Street and Bog Easy, there is a partially sunken streamliner known as the Sunken Steamer, which is aesthetically based on the Mark Twain River Boat. Upon entering the boat, Mickey will find Louis' Courage, which can be returned to him in the Recover Louis' Courage quest.
In order to open the gate leading to the Manor, there are two ways (good and bad). The good way is to help Bertrand and Louis gain their courage. Bertrand will gain his courage if Mickey lights all the lamps on the street, while Mickey has to find Louis's courage locket at the sunken ship. The bad way is to help the Lonesome Ghosts to scare Louis by erasing all the lamps around his house.
Animatronic Donald can be found here as well, complaining about his parts being lost, even telling Mickey to "quit showing off with (Mickey's) arms and legs". Once restored, Donald will have at least one quest for Mickey to fulfill, should he choose.
There is a shop in Bog Easy run by Bertrand, but Mickey will have to find his shop sign first after Mickey defeated the Mad Doctor. He sells Animatronic Donald's parts which Mickey missed at the Lonesome Manor. The price is 1000 E-Tickets for each part.
Near the Bog Easy Square, there is a shack in which Louis and the Radio live (probably based on the shack on the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction in Disneyland which the boats pass).
Between the events of the first game and the second game, Bog Easy was heavily renovated to restore it to its former glory. The new areas are collectively known as the New Town, and are stationed on the expanded boardwalk. It connects the location of the new Projector Screen and various houses, alongside the Train Station and Louis' House to Bog Easy Square. The Lonesome Manor Graveyard is now connected to the Square as well as the entrance to the Blot Alley.
- Gilbert (Temporarily)
- Ghost Ian (Temporarily)
- Gabriel (Temporarily)
- Animatronic Donald
- Gilda (After Mickey returns from Lonesome Manor)
- "Bog Easy" is a pun on "Big Easy", another name for New Orleans.
- The sunken steamboat is supposed to be a broken version of the Mark Twain Riverboat from Disneyland, but it is shaped (and half-sunken) like Madame Medusa's boat from the Disney film The Rescuers, one of the less famous classics. The fact that The Rescuers was not very successful may have caused some items or characters of the film to move to Wasteland, despite that it's never shown otherwise. In fact, the crocodiles from the movie make a cameo in the graphic novel version of Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two.
- Metairie mentions that the town used to be much bigger before the Thinner Disaster struck. It appears to have been rebuilt by the events of Epic Mickey 2 as the New Town.