We took an RV and meet up with friends that stay next to us in a Disney Cabin Hotel Suite. There are many activities to do at the campground, which is what makes this so popular and rated number One. The Petting Zone is nice for kids to meet all sorts of farm Animals. Take your little one on a pony ride. Do not miss the Chip and Dale Sing Along.
I first went to Fort Wilderness at Walt Disney World when I was about eight, it was amazing. We all went, my mom, dad, little sister and grandpa. Now going back, it seemed like a huge place to me then, and it still blows my mind. The golf cart rides around are just too fun and so clean. I remember the trip fondly.
We tend to eat at our site or in the RV to save cash, but the Trail's End Restaurant is a big winner and worth the price. It figures that the Fort Wilderness Resort would have prime time dining, all family style. Nothing is wrong with eating at your Campground Site, but this blows that away. No waiting, start at the salad, veggies, chicken, beef and baked potato bar. A fine dinner buffet.
Our site had a little river nearby where you can fish and canoe. To get around the resort and bypass the internal buses is to rent a golf cart. Rental of poles and canoes is available through the bike barn shop. There are two general stores to buy goods.
The pool a great place to cool off on a hot day, surrounded by peaceful forest. Cheap it is, just bring camping gear with us to save. A car comes in handy to get fast food at quiznos.com or do grocery runs and to visit other attractions in the area. You have to catch one of the buses anywhere, and these terminals are located at opposite ends of the resort.