Disney sets the standards in the ultimate RV park. All the sites are paved and easy to pull into. The restrooms are always clean. They have a great dog park and the transportation to the parks makes going places easy.
My only complaint is the lack of channels on their cable - considering how much they charge I don't understand why they don't include more channels; on the other hand we're rarely watching the TV. - WeekendRVlover
The park is very tight for manuvering large RVs but can be done. I would get nothing but a Premium site for an RV. We asked for the 1300 loop and got it. In my opinion this was one of the better loops. You need a golf cart or bicycle to get around, the park is very large. Bus transportation for getting around Disney World is very good. For internet at the campsite you have to borrow a modem, free of charge, from the camp store. It is spliced in with the cable service and works well. - jhav
This park is by far one of the nicest parks we have camped at. We stayed at a site that was close to the boat taxi that takes you from the RV park to the Magic Kingdom. The walk was short to the boat, but the pool was pretty far from our site. We brought bikes which we highly recommend taking, unless you rent a golf cart. The pool was huge and pretty nice. If you happen to run out of an item or forgot something, the general store had fairly priced items for the most part. Our site was a "Preferred" spot. It was pretty easy to maneuver our RV and there was room for our tent. The landscaping was top notch. One complaint was the mosquitoes; however, it's Florida and it was July. One other draw back is we could not have a camp fire. We will definitely stay here again. This was our second time. - woowoo