Hotel Highlights
Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort

This Magic Kingdom Area Resort offers cozy air-conditioned cabins and secluded tent and RV campsites amid acres of recreation.

 

Nestled in a serene forest, Disney’s Fort Wilderness Cabins offer a quaint, relaxing escape in surroundings that capture the timeless beauty of pioneer days. And for a real back-to-nature experience, new "Big-Rig Friendly" campsites are available for travel trailers, motorhomes and tents.

 

Rooms

There are 365 cabins and 843 campsites.  The newly refurbished Cabins accommodate up to six Guests, plus one child under age 3 in a crib and feature a fully equipped kitchen, queen-size bed and a bunk bed, separate living room with queen-size sleeper sofa, full bathroom, outdoor patio deck with picnic table and charcoal grill, private parking and daily housekeeping. 

Cabins overlook either woods or other cabins. Some cabins can be close together with limited privacy but people at this resort tend to be social and neighborly so it's all part of the experience. 

Disney campsites accommodate everything from pop-up tents to big rigs. A limited number of campsites are pet-friendly.

There are 15 Comfort Stations are available for campers throughout the resort, all conveniently located. They offer toilets, showers, laundry, air conditioning or heat if you need to cool down or warm up. Comfort stations also have bulletin boards with resort news and special events. Not every camping loop has it's own Comfort Station and for those that don't, one is probably nearby in an adjacent loop. 

Find a great campsite or cabin to request on TouringPlans.com

Note: Disney's Ft Wilderness Resort is dog-friendly


Pools

Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort has two heated swimming pools including the Meadow Swimmin’ Pool with a themed slide, children’s pool and aquatic play area and whirlpools. 

Nightly entertainment includes Chip ’n Dale’s Campfire Sing-A-Long with Disney Characters and movies under the stars, weather permitting. This resort also offers a fantastic horseback riding program and horse-drawn wagon rides. Throughout the resort you'll find playgrounds, canoeing, shuffleboard, pony rides, tennis, fishing and two arcades. Electric carts and bicycle can be rented.

For pet owners, the Waggin’ Trails Dog Park is available. 


Dining

Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue – One of America’s longest continuously running musical shows with all-you-care-to enjoy country vittles served family style. Beer, wine and sangría included for Guests 21 years of age and older. This show is extremely popular and will book up months in advance. 

Trail’s End Restaurant – All-you-care-to-enjoy breakfast and dinner. The ala carte lunch menu leaves a lot to be desired but the breakfast and dinner buffet is one of the best offerings at Walt Disney World.

Mickey’s Backyard BBQ (seasonal) Featuring all-you-care-to-enjoy BBQ ribs, chicken, hot dogs and more. Live music.

Meadow Snack Bar (seasonal)– Appetizers and poolside snack bar.

Other Dining Options

Crockett’s Tavern – Lounge offering pizza, nachos and a full-service bar.


Getting Around

Water launch service to Magic Kingdom Park and select Disney Resort hotels. Bus service to other Walt Disney World Resort locations.


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In Each Cabin

  • AC/Heat

  • Charcoal Grill

  • Coffee Maker & Setup

  • Crib: Pack 'N Play

  • Dining Table & Chairs

  • Driveway (one car only)

  • Hair Dryer

  • In-Room Safe

  • Iron and Ironing Board

  • Kitchen
    - Full-size Refrigerator, Microwave, Stove, Oven, Toaster, Blender, Dishwasher, Plates, Flatware, Glasses, Cookware, Sink

  • Living Room Area

  • Patio

  • Picnic Table

  • Telephone

  • Television

  • Vanity Area

  • DVD Player

  • Voice Mail

  • Wireless Internet

Upon Request

  • Bed Boards/Rails

  • High Chair


Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort Address: 

4510 Fort Wilderness Trail, Orlando, FL 32836

407-824-2900

Updated November 2018, Darren Wittko