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Using the Amenities at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

Using the Amenities at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

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DINING AT DISNEY'S FORT WILDERNESS RESORT & CAMPGROUND

Many guests cook at their sites or cabins. The Chuck Wagon is open during the nightly campfire and serves food, such as a smoked pork belly and Tillamook cheeseburger ($13.49), pioneer berry salad with chicken ($9.99), a hot dog with fries ($9.18) and a s’more kit ($9.99). Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue and Mickey’s Backyard BBQ are dinner shows (see page 264). Trail’s End Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner (page 256). Crockett’s Tavern serves drinks and snacks.

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PLAYING & RELAXING AT DISNEY'S FORT WILDERNESS RESORT & CAMPGROUND

For Athletes: You’ll find two lighted tennis courts, plus volleyball, tetherball, basketball, and horseshoes. Rent a boat at the marina or a canoe or bike at the Bike Barn. Horseback rides ($46) at the livery (must be 9+ years, 48”+). Nature walks, too!

For Children: Pony rides ($8) and a nearby playground delight kids. Free nightly campfires with Chip and Dale and Disney movies, or go on a “hay ride” ($8/adult and $5/kids 3–9). 

For Dogs: Enjoy the fenced, leash-free dog park near loop 300.

For Fishers: Try a bass fishing excursion in Bay Lake for $200–$230.

For Gamers: Two video arcades are within the resort.

For Romantics: Enjoy a relaxing, private carriage ride for $45.

For Shoppers: Gifts, sundries, and groceries at two trading posts.

For Show-Goers: Two dinner shows! See page 264 for details.

For Swimmers: The main Meadows pool has a slide, spa (hot tub), and children’s play areas. The Wilderness Cabins have another pool. Beach is for sunbathing only. Child-size life vests are at the pools.

For Tours: A back trail Segway tour is offered here—see page 273.

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GETTING AROUND FROM DISNEY'S FORT WILDERNESS RESORT & CAMPGROUND

Boats (see chart below) go to Magic Kingdom, Wilderness Lodge, and Contemporary. Buses to Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Wilderness Lodge pick up/drop off at Settlement Depot. Buses for Epcot, Animal Kingdom/Blizzard Beach, and Disney Springs/ Typhoon Lagoon pick up/drop off at Outpost Depot. Three bus routes—Yellow, Orange, and Purple—serve locations within the resort and all stop at Settlement Depot and Outpost Depot. For resorts, transfer at Magic Kingdom or Disney Springs. You can rent an electric golf cart to move about the resort easier.

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Epcot Disney's Hollywood
Studios
Disney's Animal
Kingdom
Disney
Springs
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direct bus
~25 min.
direct bus
~30 min.
direct bus
~30 min.
direct bus
~35 min.

Approximate time you will spend in transit from resort to destination during normal operation.

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Top Photo Slice: Marina and beach at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort (℗ 4631) Photo contributed by © akleos



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    Can we have acess to cabins close to buses or boat because we will have a couple stroller and a wheelchair.

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