The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort is a Campground Resort located in the Magic Kingdom Resort Area. This resort features 750 acres of pine and cypress forest and is themed after the timeless beauty of the American frontier. There are even deer, rabbits, ducks, and armadillos that roam this picture-perfect backcountry retreat! Guests are transported to the theme parks, as well as Disney Springs, via complimentary buses and via boat.
There are 2 pools for guests to enjoy. The Meadow Swimmin’ Pool includes a corkscrew waterslide, whirlpool spa, and a fort-themed water play area with toddler-friendly slides. The Wilderness Swimmin’ Pool is the quiet pool that can be enjoyed by all ages and also includes a whirlpool spa. Golf Carts can be rented by those guests staying here. There are also some unique recreation activities found here such as archery, horseback riding, pony rides, and canoeing. Additional amenities found at this resort include a jogging trail, volleyball, playgrounds, arcades, horse-drawn carriage rides, basketball courts, rentals (kayak, canoe, motorized boat, bike), fishing and self-service laundry rooms. Chip ‘N’ Dale’s Campfire Sing-A-Long can also be found here.
When staying here, guests have the ability to rough it with the comfort of modern amenities. The Wilderness Cabin can sleep up to 6 Adults and features 1 Queen Bed, 1 Bunk Bed, and 1 Double-Size Sleeper Sofa. The cabins include amenities such as a kitchen with a dishwasher and 2 counter-top burners as well as a refrigerator.
Guests wishing to bring their furry family member (or dog) on vacation with them can stay here as The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort is one of the few resorts that are Dog-Friendly.
There are quite a number of dining options that await those staying at The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort. Several quick-service locations, like The Chuck Wagon, Meadow Snack Bar, as well as P & J’s Southern Takeout, are perfect for those guests wishing to grab a quick bite to eat. For those looking to sit down and relax while chowing down, Crockett’s Tavern and Trail’s End Restaurant are perfect. The longest-running dinner show, Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue can also be found here.
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Written by Adjunct Professor Nicole Newgas, edited by Professor Heather Adamczak