The Campsites At Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort
- Address: 4510 Fort Wilderness Trl, 32830, Orlando, United States
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Sports And Recreation, Outdoors, Campgrounds And Rv Parks
Equipped with many camping sites, The Campsites At Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort in Orlando, United States is a favorite campground amongst many. You may not only set your tents at this campground, but also park your RVs at the designated spots. The sites are equipped with all the basic amenities.
Camping under the stars in Orlando is made possible by The Campsites At Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort. You can find the exact location of this campground and RV park by utilizing the provided map. You can also fetch the address and contact number from this page. An informative description of the campground lets you know about the number of campsites and the amenities offered here. If you have camped here before and find out that some information is missing, we request you to kindly contribute to the page. This will help other TripHobo users wanting to camp at The Campsites At Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort. Further, if you have any doubts about the campground, contact us at TripHobo and our team of experts will answer your questions.
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First time staying at a Disney Resort and I can't find any faults really. I am not a campsite sort of person, but here you get the full Davy Crockett vibe, with NO hardship. Bit of an information overload at check-in, but don't let that put you off. We are staying at the `Cabins at Fort Wilderness'. They are super cute, immaculately clean with nice touches of the "bigger brother' resort Wilderness Lodge. The internal transport is easy to use and regular for getting to the various amenities within the resort. Connecting to other services to the Parks is very efficient and simple to use. The boats to Magic Kingdom, Contemporary and Wilderness Lodge and quick and regular. The atmosphere is very peaceful and family friendly. Other guests and cast members are so nice and helpful. It's very close to Magic Kingdom, but feels very calm to come back to after an exhausting Disney Day. Some guests might feel its a bit spread out and you do have to use the internal buses or carts to get about, but everything is still within 15 minutes walking distance and the woodland is beautiful and filled with wildlife. Can't recommend it highly enough.
My family and I love camping so this is where we stay. Bike and walking trails, horse back riding, pools, dog park, golf cart rentals, campfire and movies under the stars and so much more. All of this and you haven't even left the resort. If you do choose to leave the resort either to go to the theme parks or to Disney Springs you never have to get in your car. We have so much to fun visiting this campground with our camper but if you don't have one you can either rent one or rent a cabin.
This is the second time we've stayed in the cabins at Fort Wilderness and both times have been spectacular. The bed is so comfy I want to buy one. So nice to come back after a long day in the parks and relax.
My family camped at Fort Wilderness Resort the weekend of January 4-6, 2019. We have stayed there previously and enjoyed it. Not this time. My family and I were kept awake by somewhat distorted but very loud noises coming from the loudspeakers of one of the parks. It didn't last just a few minutes....it lasted for hours, between midnight and 4am both Friday and Saturday nights/mornings. It was a combination of speaking and music. I can only assume they were practicing routines. It was a terrible experience and one my family and I don't wish to repeat.
Must stay if you have Children. Best place to stay with children. You can go Horseback riding, take a carriage ride, they have. 2 big pools. So much Fun just at the camoground. They have everything you need to make your trip Great. So many wonderful things to do as a Family .