We've now stayed at this park 5 times while en route to and from Florida. It has consistently been a great overnight stop. We haven't used most of the amenities, as we check-in after 11 and are gone before 7, but we did have occasion to use the bathhouse (the women) for the first time on our last trip and it was quite nice and very clean. Also staff in the office has been great in accommodating our after-hours arrivals.
We stayed in the Lighthouse Point section of the campground. Sites were concrete, level and well manicured. There was plenty of room for a 45' motorhome with 4 slides and an awning, plus a large SUV. We could have easily fit another car on the driveway. The picnic table and grill were in good shape. No campfires allowed, but we knew this ahead of time. There were 4 complete bathrooms (tub/shower, toilet, sink) plus a laundry facility near the pool, and they were cleaned frequently. The view and sounds of the roller coasters were a plus for me: that's why we were here, after all. The park was a short walk away, plus there were shuttles to take you there. We will definitely return.
This is a great overnight stop, especially for a big rig. We had a pull through site for our 45' motorhome pulling a 25' trailer. Not only did we not have to unhook, we could have fit another vehicle or two on the site with us; it was over 100' long. We didn't use any of the facilities, so I can't comment on them. The owner made an after-hours check in very easy - just call ahead. Some road noise from I-75, but that's the price you pay for easy on/off.
This is a great campground. We've stayed here about a dozen times. There's plenty to do. The Meadows pool is great, Disney transportation is convenient (although we drive to the parks), and the restrooms are by far the nicest I've ever seen in a campground. We stayed in a premium loop and had no problem getting our 45' motorhome in and out. The sites aren't large, but we don't spend much time at the site when we're here. The only thing I don't like is the internet access. We've tried using the cable modem at the site a few times, and it's never worked. Wireless internet works fine, but you can't get it at your site.; you need to go to the Settlement, the Outpost or the Meadows Trading Post. Either way it's $9.95 a night, which is a lot considering what you're already paying for a site here. That certainly won't keep us from coming back, though; we love the Fort.
We stayed overnight on our way home from Florida. We were only there from 1:30 am to 7 am, and we didn't use the bathrooms or other amenities, and didn't use the water or sewer hookups either. Our site was none too long for our 45' motorhome, but we did fit. There was only one available site in the park that worked for us (a couple sites didn't work only because an inconsiderate camper had his car hanging into the road, and we knew we'd never get out). It was pouring rain, and the site and the gravel roads were quite muddy. The site we had was reasonably level, but we were here once a couple years ago and had a site that wasn't anywhere close to level. We only stayed here because Harvest Moon in Adairsville was full.
We used this park for a quick overnight on the way from Illinois to Disneyworld. We were only there from midnight to 6 am and never left the motorhome, so I can't comment on restrooms, amenities, etc. The sites were easy-in/easy-out. After hours check-in was easy and convenient. There was freeway noise, which I usually don't notice, but I guess that's the price you pay for a campground located so conveniently to the highway. We'd overnight here again.
This was our 7th stay at Fort Wilderness, and it's consistently excellent. Some sites can be tough to get into for a big rig, but we've always managed without much trouble. There's enough foliage and understory that the neighbors don't seem close. A lot of brush/trees have been cleared lately, but we viewed that as a plus. Bathrooms are impeccably clean, even during the busy spring break period. While it's not your typical "camping" experience (no campfires allowed, for instance), it's one of our favorite places to camp.
We stopped here overnight on the way back from Florida, and it was a convenient stop. We arrived at midnight and left at 6am, so we didn't see much. We had a long pull-through site that was easy in/out and we didn't need to unhitch the trailer we were pulling behind our motorhome. Sites were long but not large - the neighbors were pretty close. The bathrooms were very clean. We had difficulty finding the place and maneuvering through in the dark (on the other hand you're not kept awake at night by glaring lights). A map with our site number was taped to the office door for our late arrival, as promised so the office seems efficient. It was raining while we were there, and we noticed flooding and lots of mud puddles toward the back of the campground as we were pulling out. I wouldn't have wanted one of those sites. My least favorite thing was being charged extra for 3 children who never left the motorhome or were even awake during our stay. All in all a positive experience, and we'd overnight there again.