The Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort

Fort Wilderness Resort is the only place to camp at Disney with cabin accommodations, RV and tent. What makes this place so special is the wide range of recreational activities available including swimming, horse rides, video and pinball games, fishing and bike rentals. This unique resort offers a rustic escape that will remind you about the wooden homes from pioneer days.

Another great thing about this place is its central location. You can go anytime to Animal Kingdom, Epcot and Hollywood Studios. This is a great place to have fun with your family without breaking the bank. If you plan on staying at Fort Wilderness, make sure to take some time to enjoy what the resort has to offer. Your kids will be delighted to explore the campground!

Here you can play lots of video games, relax on the Bay Lake Beach, rent a bike and cruise around the wilderness or plan a fishing trip for the entire family. Interact with the lovely pets at the petting farm and let your kids take a pony ride. If you love to play tennis, this is the place for you. There are lighted cement tennis courts.

It’s impossible to get bored when visiting Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort. There are so many things to do one you arrive here! You can explore the resort in an electric-powered cart, run the 2.3-mile rugged Fort Wilderness Exercise Trail, walk your dog in Waggin’ Trails Dog Park and discover the beautiful surroundings on a Segway Personal Transporter.

The cabins are spacious and clean. The laundry facilities and bath houses are very convenient. There are several types of rooms available, so you just have to choose one that suits your needs. Each room high speed Internet access, water, electricity, cable television, charcoal grill, picnic table and safe deposit boxes at the Reception Outpost.

What about dining? Trail’s End Restaurant is a rustically decorated restaurant in Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort which offers breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets. Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue is a Western Vaudeville-style show. Here you can enjoy the show while eating real American food.

At Mickey’s Backyard BBQ Dinner Show you can sing, dance and eat. It is a country-themed venue, so be prepared to have fun. And if you’re craving for nachos and pizza, Crockett’s Tavern is the best choice. The service is wonderful and the food is simply delicious. Stay here … you will not be disappointed!

The Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort


  1. Tom Geyer says:

    We stayed at Fort Wildeness in a cabin and really enjoyed it. It is a nice break from the crowds and action at the theme parks. After a long day at the park, you just sit back and enjoy a quiet boat ride across the lake to the campground. I highly recommend renting a golf cart. Call in advance because there are only a limited number available. This makes it easy to get around the campground since cars are not allowed. It also saves you time since you’re not waiting for a bus everytime you want to go somewhere. I wish the old swimming hole and steam railroad were still there to complete the theme.