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Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

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Much more than tents and hookups, Fort Wilderness is a resort in every sense of the word. It is pleasantly situated in a shady forest on Bay Lake, connected by a scenic waterway to the nearby Magic Kingdom theme park.

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AMBIENCE AT DISNEY'S FORT WILDERNESS RESORT & CAMPGROUND

Enveloped by pine, cypress, and oak, this 700-acre campground is a relaxing haven after the noise and excitement of a long day at the parks. Rough-hewn log common buildings are nestled among towering pine trees and flowering meadows. Wilderness this is not, however. There are enough daily conveniences and services that the tents may be the only reminder that you are camping.

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RESORT LAYOUT AT DISNEY'S FORT WILDERNESS RESORT & CAMPGROUND

All types of camping are available—tent, pop-up, trailer, and motor home (RV)—throughout the 788 campsites. Located on small loop roads connecting to larger thoroughfares, each site is relatively secluded by trees and shrubs and offers its own paved driveway, Coquina rock bed, charcoal grill, picnic table, and 110V/220V electrical service. Of the three types of campsites, non-preferred, partial-hookup sites supply water, but are farthest from services; preferred sites are closer and have water, sewer, and free Internet access, while some also provide cable TV as well; and premium sites offer larger pads for big RVs along with all other amenities. Each site fits up to ten people and one car; pets are welcome at certain sites. All sites are close to clean, air-conditioned Comfort Stations with restrooms, private showers, phones, ice machines (extra fee), and laundry facilities. For guests without a tent or trailer, you can rent an RV from http://www.floridacamperrental.com (as we did) or book one of the 407 Wilderness Cabins. These are roomy, air-conditioned “log cabins” (504 sq. ft.) that hold up to six guests plus a child under 3 in a crib. Each cabin has a living room, bedroom, full kitchen, and bathroom. Charmingly rustic yet comfortable, each cabin comes with pots and utensils, plus a coffeemaker, stove, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, cable TV, free high-speed Internet, phone, hair dryer, and safe. The living room has a fold-out double bed. The bedroom has a separate vanity, TV, a double bed, and bunk beds. Outside is a charcoal grill, picnic table, and deck. All guests at cabins must be accommodated within them; no tents are permitted outside the cabin.

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Top Photo Slice: Spanish moss and a covered wagon at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground (℗ 14549) Photo contributed by © chezp



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  • Demply on 07/13/2017 at 5:42:54 pm EDT says:

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    I believe these have been renovated - the bedroom now has a queen sized bed and the murphy bed has been replaced with a sofa bed

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        • triscat on 12/12/2017 at 10:01:47 am EST says:

          RE: Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins

          I believe the bed in the cabins is a queen now... and thought that someone had mentioned that the pull out couch is also a queen size bed.



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