The Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
In Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando
Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort is nestled in 750 acres of wooded land that offers a tranquil setting with its array of nature trails and wondering wildlife that includes wild deer and roaming ducks. The slow pace of life here is a welcome contrast from the exhausting Disney theme parks.
As the cabins are equipped with self catering facilities groceries and snacks are available to purchase on the site, and numerous Comfort Stations contain washing and drying machines to make laundry services an easy task. A housekeeping service ensures your cabin is always clean with the addition of thoughtful touches from the cleaning team.
Each cabin is approximately 500 square feet and comprise of one bedroom, a bathroom, living area, a secluded patio, charcoal grill, and a picnic table. There is also space to park the car, and the housekeeping service extends to washing your dishes. The fully fitted kitchen makes self catering simple, and on arrival the cabin will always be extremely clean and tidy.
Kids & Family
The entire resort as you would expect is designed with children in mind. Bike rentals are a great way to explore the area, and watching a movie under the stars provides excellent evening entertainment. Let the children free in the exhilarating arcade, or stay outside to explore the many playgrounds and adventure swimming pools. Other sports available include tennis and horseback riding.
Food & Drink
There are multiple Food & Drink facilities at the Fort Wilderness Lodge. Casual Food & Drink can be found at Trail’s End Restaurant, open from breakfast through to dinner and serves buffet style traditional American cuisine. There are two dinner shows available that bring together entertainment and delicious food; Mickey’s Backyard BBQ is particularly fun for the family. There is also Crockett’s Tavern lounge which serves comfort food from a full service bar.
The resort is situated just outside of Lake Buena Vista and is one of the most natural settings in the entirety of the Orlando region. Globally known theme parks are in close proximity to the resort; Walt Disney World Resort and Epcot theme park are the two closest. A total of five golf courses surround the resort that draws in a passionate golfing community to the area.
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