Let’s go camping at Walt Disney World! Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campgrounds has almost 800 campsites that accommodate everything from tents to 45 foot and longer RV’s. Each campsite has water, cable tv, & electrical hook-ups. Most even have a sewer hook-up. In addition, the sites have privacy landscaping, picnic table and a charcoal grill! Some of the campsites will permit pets (please call Disney directly before you bring your pet).
There are 15 comfort stations throughout the campus. All are air-conditioned, have private shower facilities, restrooms, pay and house phones, and pay ice machines. There are also laundry facilities on the campus.
The Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campgrounds has unique experiences for the entire family. Horseback riding, canoeing, tennis, archery, pony rides, rent watercraft, go waterskiing, and carriage rides are only a few. Head to Tri-Circle D Ranch & Farms, here you can see Cinderella’s ponies and the horses that march down Main Street USA.
How do I get to the parks? Well, hop on a boat for a leisurely ride to the Magic Kingdom. There are also various bus stops throughout Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campgrounds to get to the other parks and downtown.
Need a swim after a long day at the parks? Head down to Meadow Swimmin’ Pool, it’s got a cork screw slide! There is also a special spot for the younger campers in your family with their own size water slide.
Anyone hungry after a long day at the parks? Try Crocket’s Tavern, Trails End Restaurant, and Chuck Wagon’s is over by the pool. Mickey’s Backyard BBQ & Hoop Dee Doo Musical Review are also at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campgrounds. Rather have a cookout at your campsite. Then, Settlement Trading Post or The Meadow Trading Post is where you can pick up some groceries.
If the tent or camper are not your type of vacation try Disney’s Fort Wilderness Cabins. There are a little over 400 of cabins at Disney’s Campgrounds. These 12 x 42 air conditioned cabins have a fully equipped kitchen, private bathroom with tub/shower. The bedroom has a double bed and bunk beds, hair dryer, closet, chest of drawers. The cabins have a safe, TV and dining tables that seat 6. Outside there is a picnic table, charcoal grill and a deck.
Now, who’s ready to go camping!
Brande Grieder – My crew and I hail from New Jersey. I love to cook, go to the beach, and of course we are Disney Addicts! I have a small obsession with Captain Jack Sparrow and Pirates of the Caribbean! I’m always on the search for best deals and happening for our next trip to Mickey’s House! Savvy!