1 Park near Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Jul 2015 - $130.00
It's Disney, so we knew going in that it wasn't going to be cheap. That said, the part is extremely clean and well maintained. If you have a bigger trailer or motorhome, it can be tricky to get into your spot due to the large trees, and narrow roads. We arrive at 10:00 AM got an early check in and set up before most of the sites filled up.
It is nice to be on the transportation system (boat and buses) so in my mind, that is what you are really paying for. Bath houses are super clean, and we enjoyed our weeklong stay. We will stay again! - jmcmanama
Jun 2015 - $100.00
Huge concrete pad, grill, extra water hose. Great campground but you pay for it. Very large and clean, but if I could say one thing that could be improved was the lighting. Many of the lights didn't work. But this place is the real deal. - Tomwillis
Jun 2015 - $115.00
This is our second time to experience Fort Wilderness and we absolutely loved it. Check-in is efficient and the staff is top-notch. There is a bus system within the park that makes it easy to visit the shops, pools, playgrounds, restaurants, and other amenities within this large park. Likewise, transportation is provided from Fort Wilderness to other Disney locations. Each loop has a comfort station with showers and laundry. The washers and dryers now accept credit cards only--no cash. There are trash cans and recycling bins on each loop as well. The premium site was large and level with a picnic table. Free and paid activities within the resort include outdoor movies, crafts, pin trading, Segway tours, horseback riding, boating, and dinner shows. - Texas rv family