Cost: $ – $$$
Description: Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground features log cabin homes, RV sites and tent areas. Located in a remote area of WDW, staying here is almost like camping out in the wilderness. This is Disney’s biggst resort in terms of size, and covers over 700 acres.
Amenities: The resort features two swimming pools, a white-sand beach, horseback riding and many night time activities from fireside storytelling to Disney movies shown outdoors.
Rooms: Wilderness Cabins are approximately 500 Square Feet, and consist of a one bedroom log cabin. The bedroom contains one double size bed and a set of bunk beds. The family room featrues a fold out double size bed. All cabins also feature a full size kitchen with microwave and dishwasher and a television. There is also a picnic table outside each cabin. There are also some older “Wilderness Homes” that are the same size, and have the same features, but are more like mobile homes that log cabins.
Transportation: Fort Wilderness is somewhat isolated, and everything must be accessed by bus. Bus service is available to the Ticket and Transportation Center, the Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney-MGM Studios, Animal Kingdom Park and Downtown Disney directly from the resort.There is seasonal boat transportation to the Magic Kingdom.There are also busses that just run internally at Fort Wilderness.
Cost: Wilderness Cabins start at $224 during value season up to $314 during the Holidays. Full hookup sites start at $39 during value season up to $76 during the Holidays. Partial hookup sites start at $34 during value season up to $35 during the Holidays.
Trail’s End Restaurant: Frontier style buffet, all you can eat
Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue: Western style vaudville with characters
Mickey’s Backyard BBQ: Hoedown entertainment and BBQ with Mickey
Official Disney Link: Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground