Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campground and Resort

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This wide open and tree covered 780-acre campground offers wilderness tent camping and 784 popup and RV camp sites. At times the wilderness tent camping can become crowded but you get a picnic table. The Popup and RV camp sites offer hookups include Water, 110/220 VAC outlets, Sewer access and of course to modernize the wilderness you get cable TV.

Each of the 784 campsites have been paved and leveled. The spacious sites are surrounded by trees and natural foliage for your privacy Additional features for all sites include barbeque grills and picnic tables. Disney's campground locations are with-in walking distance to the many comfort stations which offer toilets, showers, pay phones, ice machines, and laundry facilities. When making your reservations I recommend Loop 300 as the best location for RVs and Loop 1500 for pop-ups. Keep in mind that all of the camp sites are Disney camp sites so who cares if you have to walk an extra few yards.

Disney's 408 one and two bedroom air-conditioned Wilderness Cabins can be an awesome out of the way location for an active family. Isolated but near recreation facilities these Wilderness Cabins are spacious and comfortable.
Your Wilderness Cabin will easily sleep six to eight and includes a living room, fully equipped kitchen, coffeemaker, hair dryer, laundry room, dishwasher, outdoor barbeque grill picnic tables and modern color TV with VCR.

All Wilderness Cabins come with daily housekeeping service.
Recreational facilities and activities at Fort Wilderness features fishing (cane poles and rod & real No license required), two swimming pools, a beach on Seven Seas Lagoon, marina with boat, and canoe rentals, water-ski rentals, walking path, petting zoo, horseback riding, hay rides, bikes trails, tennis courts, basketball courts, volley ball on the beach, and two video arcade.

Transportation around the resort is by walking or running. The resort offers buss pickup at many stops (slow) and transportation to Disney parks from two locations. To get around the resort you should consider bringing your own or consider renting a golf cart or bikes which are available to rent.

What Disney Says:
"Enjoy magic from dawn to dusk at the only campground at the Walt Disney World® Resort. Enjoy Disney camping in an air-conditioned cabin, or stay in secluded campsites for tents and all types of RVs. Hike winding paths, explore nature trails on horseback and have the time of your life in the great outdoors among hundreds of acres of natural beauty.

Dining at the Pioneer Hall offers a full barbecue plate with a Dinner Show; Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Review, Mickeys Back Yard Barbecue, a nightly campfire with marsh-mellow roast and a Disney move under the Florida stars.
For Reservations, call 407-824-3600 and to contact the Fort Wilderness Resort call 407-824-2900"
Source: Disney World

Bruce Moran grew up 50 miles north of Walt Disney World®. As the theme park was being built Bruce was in the Navy and going to college. He visited Disney World two times the first year it was opened in 1971 and has been a Mouse Geek ever sense. Now a resident of Friendswood, Texas, Bruce takes his grand kids back to his favorite vacation spot as often as he can.

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