1 Park near Lake Buena Vista, Florida
May 2015 - $91.00
We had not visited Disneyworld for over 30 years. I made the reservations via phone with Disney. Had no idea as to site except being on "pet" circle, which cost $15 extra per night. Our site 1918, assigned at check-in, was quite a walk to the internal bus, then a ride to the Outpost to catch another bus to theme parks. Forty minutes each way to any theme park, so returning to the rv for dog walk or lunch is not feasible. Our three day park pass was only 2 1/2 days since check-in is 1 pm. Riding in a van, the driver said the best time to visit is 2nd half of January and all of February. Sites are small and utilities are adequate.
There is some separation between sites, but some are too small for big rig and tow vehicles. This park is too expensive unless all amenities are to be utilized. - Diane Yeager
May 2015 - $114.00
This is only our second time here (previous trip 2008) and the kids enjoyed it. Our campsite was amazing (#541) and close to Pioneer Hall and water transport. We were only here for a weekend and there are so many things to do around the camp, we ran out of time. Visited the Tri-Circle D ranch near Pioneer hall to see where they keep the horses used at Magic Kingdom. We took a day trip, via water and bus transport to Downtown Disney. Glad we did with all the construction. Had dinner at the Hoop-Dee-Doo review - Kids and I loved it. Only downfall is no clear site selection unless you call ahead to check in and give specific needs - Dog, Awning, slides, etc. Some of the older rustic equipment is gone - Mouse Ear lamp posts. We will go back but for a longer stay in the future. - Borsky Family
Apr 2015 - $120.00
Third time back to this great place. It's Disney. Was on site 1832. Nice site with shade but sandy. Had a small concrete pad though. Prefer a premium site with a full concrete pad was not available at this time. Everything was great at the campsite in regards water, sewer, and electric. We will definitely be back. - AlexJ