The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort

Walt Disney World, Orlando

The hotel

At Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort, it's time for the outdoor life, Disney style! Both parents and children alike will love staying in the very comfortable rustic-style cabins, surrounded by serene forest. Reminiscent of log dwellings from the pioneer days, special touches include vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and a private deck. Fishing, swimming, horseback riding, wagon rides, boating and cycling are just some of the exciting activities on offer. At night, gather round the campfire for a rousing sing-along, followed by a classic Disney film under the stars.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Swimming Pool
  • Families
  • Theme Parks
  • Children's Playground
  • Close to Walt Disney World Resort
  • Babysitting service
  • Wheelchair access
  • Laundry Service
  • Games Room
  • Internet Access
  • Free transport to theme parks

Where is it

Magic Kingdom Resort area. Transfer time from airport: Approximately 30 minutes.

Hotel information

365 cabins. All have air-conditioning, cable TV with Disney Channel, safe, mini-fridge, hairdryer, iron and board, microwave oven, kitchen with dishwasher and 2 counter-top burners, toaster, private patio, bedroom with 1 double bed and 1 set of bunk beds and a living room with pull-down double bed. Wilderness Cabins sleep maximum 6 adults or 4 adults and 2 children.

Use of the Walt Disney World Resort Transportation System is included in your stay. Self-parking available approx $20 including tax per night (payable locally, subject to change).

Trail's End Restaurant, P & J's Southern Takeout, The Chuck Wagon, Meadow Snack Bar (pool bar), Crockett's Tavern (lounge) and Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue dinner show.

Main pool, quiet pool, water play area and 2 whirlpools. Games arcade*. Playground. Jogging trail. Movies under the stars. Campfire activities. Boat and bike rentals*. Chartered fishing boats available on lake*. Nature trails. Horse riding* (9 years and over). Wagon rides. Canoe and kayak rentals*. Basketball courts. Volleyball. Horse-drawn Carriage Rides*. Pony Rides* (minimum 2 years, terms and conditions apply).

Disney-themed shop. Complimentary WiFi. Disney Water Transportation to Magic Kingdom. Disney bus transportation. Minnie Van service*. Laundry and dry-cleaning services*. Babysitting service*.

Wheelchair accessible rooms available on request. Please note that these rooms are subject to availability and may be restricted to specific room categories and bedding arrangements. Rooms and facilities vary between hotels so please check at the time of booking. For more information and contact details please check out our Special Assistance page

Minimum stay 5 nights at all times.

Maximum stay 21 nights.

At the present time, Walt Disney World are conducting a phased reopening of their resort hotels. You can find out more information about which hotels are currently open at Disney’s Know Before You Go website www.disneytraveltradeinfo.com/wdwws

*Denotes local charge.

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating AMAZING Campsites

Jan 9, 2021 Joan J

Just getting back from our 1st time camping at Ft. Wilderness Campsites. We stayed in the 1100 loop. Our site was very spacious, and level. Hook up was easy. The campground itself is doing everything absolutely necessary to keep things clean during Covid. Everyone wore a mask. P & J's was GREAT. Especially the ribs. and We also enjoyed… Read more
Just getting back from our 1st time camping at Ft. Wilderness Campsites. We stayed in the 1100 loop. Our site was very spacious, and level. Hook up was easy. The campground itself is doing everything absolutely necessary to keep things clean during Covid. Everyone wore a mask. P & J's was GREAT. Especially the ribs. and We also enjoyed the Breakfast. We did not pre order for either, but the wait time was less than 10 minutes. But the camp ground is very clean. The comfort stations are clean, and they all have laundry facilitys. The buses ran on time, and quick. The girls enjoyed the pools, canoeing, and the horse barn tour. We did rent a gold cart. Which was nice. But the walk from our campsite to the settlement area was only 15 minutes. All of the staff were very friendly and helpful. We would definetly stay again at the camp site. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating HANG ON TO YOUR WALLET

Jan 2, 2021 dakarbmw1 Jupiter, Florida

I never make a review about the money as I don't mind paying. Do not get me wrong, the property is beautiful and a great experience. But getting in the sites is tight, and they are militant about the masks, which I support when indoors or close to others, but riding your bicycle away from everyone? That's absurd. My real issue is I paid $550… Read more
I never make a review about the money as I don't mind paying. Do not get me wrong, the property is beautiful and a great experience. But getting in the sites is tight, and they are militant about the masks, which I support when indoors or close to others, but riding your bicycle away from everyone? That's absurd. My real issue is I paid $550 for 2 nights to park my rig. I get its Disney, but we always stay at nice places and this was double to triple most places we have been, and in my opinion not worth the price of admission when you can stay at many of Florida state parks on the water in a stunning atmosphere for under $100. If your plans are to use the Disney parks and restaurants, then it makes sense perhaps. Read less
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Dec 12, 2020 KZGlamper

My family and I traveled to Ft Wilderness for the first time this past weekend. We enjoyed the spacious sites in the Wagon Wheel loop. Though the sites are a great size, when parking it was rather difficult with all the inflatables along the roadway. Luckily we had some great neighbors that helped us back in being we didn’t show up till after… Read more
My family and I traveled to Ft Wilderness for the first time this past weekend. We enjoyed the spacious sites in the Wagon Wheel loop. Though the sites are a great size, when parking it was rather difficult with all the inflatables along the roadway. Luckily we had some great neighbors that helped us back in being we didn’t show up till after dark. There are COVID 19 restrictions (wearing a mask). It wasn’t as intense as others made it seem. We walked without a mask with no gripes. Gave courtesy to those who passed within 6 ft and put our mask up. No one hounded us although some mask wearing campers glared at us from a distance as if being outdoors and 10 yards away is really concerning, but to each it’s own. We did not have a golf cart and we walked which wasn’t bad we were centrally located so it was about a 10 minute walk to the meadow and 30 minutes to the boat docks.People on golf carts were to wear a mask, but yet you can drive your car with the windows down and not wear a mask? The shops and amenities were very nice. The only complaint is that there was very minimal Ft Wilderness specific merchandise and it was mostly just the Disney park and character merchandise. We like to get a magnet and bumper sticker for every camp ground we visit and being such a infamous place I thought we’d have no issue. All in all we had great weather, the decorations of the sites and golf carts is amazing and creative. Highly recommend and we will be back. Read less
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Nov 26, 2020 729donv

A story of disappointment: We decided to take the RV here for a few days but little did we know that there were no options to do anything. We understand that with COVID activities are limited but: 1. We could not rent a Golf Cart to move around - as they were "sold out" 2. We could not sign the kids up for archery because it was sold out 3. We… Read more
A story of disappointment: We decided to take the RV here for a few days but little did we know that there were no options to do anything. We understand that with COVID activities are limited but: 1. We could not rent a Golf Cart to move around - as they were "sold out" 2. We could not sign the kids up for archery because it was sold out 3. We could not do any horseback riding because it was sold out 4. We were not allowed to make a campfire on our campsite 5. We had a premium campsite and was really small and other RVs were really close to us. 6. The resort bus bus didn't stop where it should have (i.e. our stop) and we were told a reroute of 3 minutes ended up being over half an hour on a bus driving around the park. 7. Overall it felt as if we were in a trailer park which is fine but not for a Disney park where you are paying premium money to camp. 8. Our final day we were happy to leave only when at 10:58 am the next camper was already hurrying us out of our site when check out is at 11:00am . Unbelievable. 9. By the way, they gave us a leaflet/ with all the activities upon entrance to the resort but they shouldn't have given that as everything was full. They should have said that everything was sold out and no activities were available at which point I would have gone elsewhere. Really Disney??? Truely a huge disappointment. My wife is a huge disney fan (was?) she has been to Orlando no less than 25 times and couldn't believe it. The lack of Magic at the Fort Wilderness Resort makes you wonder if some other company is running this and Disney is just lending their name. This is not for camping. This is like a parking lot for RVs which may be what you are looking for while going to the parks. Other than that, I would not bother and find another camping. We will not be going back so for those thinking of going. You better make sure that you get reservations in way before and make sure things are open, otherwise I recommend a different camping Read less
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Nov 24, 2020 Daniel H Branson, Missouri

I really enjoyed staying at fort wilderness campground. The sites are spacious and my came with water and electric hook up. I researched by I booked and realized renting a golf cart was the way to go. The campground is 1000 acres.