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Since I was a kid, I dreamed of the RV life. My Uncle used to snow-bird back in the 80's and 90's and would stop in on his way back to Maine or Northern New Hampshire from his time in Florida. He inspired me to want to travel and see the world. I am ready for whatever adventure comes my way.
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Date of Stay:
October, 2016 -
Our first stay at the Fort Wilderness Camp. Upon arrival we were warmly greeted, checked in, and given a map to our site. Our first site (we had two due to Hurricane Matthew) was situated close to the front entrance. There was a bus loop not far, and a playground in the next loop over. At first I thought the sites were a little close, but as we backed in I realized that was a trick of a loop; we had privacy and space enough. Sadly, we were evacuated from the camp to another resort due to the incoming weather. Our second site was perfect; at the end of the loop, right near the Meadow Trading Post (at the center of the grounds), and near a bus stop. We had no issues with electric or water, we did not use the cable hook up (who wants to watch TV when they are at Disney anyway?!). The staff was kind, and available to answer all questions or address concerns. For future plans we are going with the preferred campsite over the premium as our rig is smaller, and we like having friends or kids sleep in the tents (reserving the RV space for my husband and I, or just adults). Our family plans to make Fort Wilderness a regular stop for all our Disney World resort stays. We camped at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground in a Motorhome.
Bring bikes, scooters or roller skates. Be kind to the staff, you may get a treat "On The Mouse".