An older campground that is very much starting to show its age. Everything is packed in with a crowded feel to it. Driving to our site was not easy because the roads are narrow with a couple of turns that are tight. Our site was not even close to level and most others appeared to be the same way with water pipes running between sites on top of the ground. The bathhouse was probably the worst I have used in a while; it was old and not so clean with holes in the screens for the bugs to come in. It didn’t even have a soap tray in the shower and for some reason they keep the doors open and you can walk by and see peoples feet under the stalls. On a positive note, the kids loved the pool and arcade. They also have a pond with canoes and paddle boats that you can use free of charge. And, the wi-fi worked very well at our site. However, the few positives didn’t make up for the overall bad feeling I got from the place. As soon as I arrived I was sorry I had come and that feeling never went away.
A large campground with a lot of amenities. Heated pools, 2 large and one kiddie with a slide. Located on a lake and boat rentals are available, kayaks, canoes, and power boats. The restrooms were clean but they charge you for a shower, I don’t like that. I feel like that a shower should be included with the site rental, but that is just me. Other than the pay showers, the only other complaint is the snack-shack, slow and expensive. Otherwise, a very nice campground that you could spend a week in and never be bored.
Nice campground. The bathhouses are clean but small. However, the campground itself is small so it’s not much of an issue. There is a pond in the middle of the campground with a fountain and a couple of paddle boats that you can rent. The wifi signal is strong and no problem to connect with. There is no pool but you can swim in the pond, the water was too cold for me but the kids didn’t seem to mind. If you are looking for a nice quiet place to camp, this is the place for you.
We had a great time at Disney. We stayed here 7 days and had a 7 day park hopper pass so we were at the theme parks all day, every day. The one complaint I have regarding Fort Wilderness is that the drive ways in the camping loops are narrow. I had a hard time backing into our site on the 500 loop. Basically, we only used the campground for a place to stay. They have a marina on site with a boat running every 10 minutes or so to take you to the Magic Kingdom, the boat ride itself is also about 10 minutes. They also have buses running throughout the campground to take you anywhere you want to go at Disney. Buses to Epcot, MGM, the waterparks, anywhere you want to go. When I unhooked the camper and turned the truck off, the next time I started the truck was to hook the camper back up to leave. We didn’t go for the campground, we went for Disney and it was the most affordable way to do it.