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Campsite opened from 01 January till 31 December
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4.5 / 5 (36 votes )

The Campsites at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort

4510 North Fort Wilderness Trail
32830-1000, Lake Buena Vista
Florida, the United States

Campsites and Wilderness Cabins nestled into 740 acres of woodlands and right in the middle of Walt Disney World Resort magic and fun! Sparkling pools, horseback riding, tennis, and more!

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Electricity
TV connection
Wifi
Camping shop
Snackbar
Restaurant
Wheelchair access

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Dogs

Recreation
Playground
Swim in natural water
Outdoor pool
Minigolf area
Golf court
Boat hire
Fishing

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Anonymous
English (US)
There are so many activities here. If you are going to Disney resorts, then there is a boat and bus service that are very convenient. You will need a golf cart, so make your reservations well in advance (about $60 per day). The sites are level and high quality. Full hookups with a hose are included. I didn't feel one mosquito bite while I was there. The sewer is offset, so neighbors have a good view, but it also may mean that you'll need the sewer hose extension for some RVs.
5 months ago

Anonymous
English (US)
I've read all the reviews and I don't know what more I can say. Great sites with great amenities. We went to the parks, swam at the campground, used the laundry facilities & bathrooms. We had a great experience! The only negative we really had during our stay was the Yellow bus line was inconsistent and spread out a lot more than the other lines. We initially didn't rent a golf cart but ended up getting one for the second half of our stay because the Yellow bus line was unreliable and frustrating. It's really hard to know what we actually paid for our site because we booked it as a package deal with park tickets. I believe the listed rate on the website (before package discounts applied) was around $120 per night. We did not have a premium site, but rather a standard site. It had plenty of room to park our 37 foot travel trailer and truck and still have a sitting area and a place to have our picnic table. We will definitely stay here again.
6 months ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Disney's Fort Wilderness was insanely expensive, especially the upgraded site we had. For $250/night (Easter week) we were prepared to check it off the list and never stay there again. Within 1 hour we were trying to figure out when we could go back. Yes, the loops are a bit tight for a 44' fifth wheel, but the sites were very easy to back into and quite large. At least ours was. We had a huge area to our side and behind us. A great dog walk path behind us. We were a short walk from the restaurants and boat area. The grounds were amazing. So quiet and well kept. I wish we were there for weeks and able to enjoy more of what they offered. We also got to see some of the fireworks and the electrical water parade from the beach! Another pleasant surprise was how much we enjoyed the food at the BBQ restaurant as well as the food trucks. And of course the best wifi service of any campground we've been to yet.
7 months ago

Angela
English (US)
By far the most enjoyable campground we've stayed at and by far the most expensive. Part of Walt Disney World, Fort Wilderness is a free boat ride away from the Magic Kingdom and a bus ride away from the other parks. We stayed in the cheapest loops (tents, pop-ups & campervans) with water & electric and the price was $150 a night. Prices change depending on the dates and we stayed during Easter week. Comfort stations, with flushing toilets, laundries, showers and ice machines were clean and up to date. Unfortunately only 2 of the 4 showers were working. Most sites had some shade, some had lots of shade. A concrete pad, grill & picnic table are provided. Recycle bins and trash bins are close to all sites. Sites are hosed down after campers depart. There is not a feeling of being crowded; many large open spaces and woods throughout the campground. There really is nothing else like Fort Wilderness Campground. It's huge. Many people either rent golf carts to get around or bring their own. Internal buses also get you around the campground. You cannot drive your car to get around the campground. 2 Trading Posts, a bar, a restaurant, a quick service take-out, a food truck, 2 pools, a beach area (no swimming), 4 playgrounds, a large dog park, tennis courts, canoeing/kayaking, fishing , carriage rides, bike rentals, scheduled kids' pool activities and so much more. Many of the extra activities also carry an extra cost.The Disney parks are at your fingertips, but you could spend a week just enjoying the resources at the campground. Fort Wilderness feels calm and relaxing and is beautifully landscaped. We camped at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground in a Motorhome.
8 months ago

WG31580
English (US)
We loved the location and the transportation buses (boat to MK) available to get to the parks. With that said, you MUST rent a golf cart BEFOREHAND if you want to get around the resort (to get to the pool, eating places, archery, marina & other resort amenities) When we got there all the golf carts were sold out for the duration of our stay. We tried to use the vehicle we towed but there is not car parking at the amenities inside the park. Keep that in mind. If you are utilizing only the accommodations & Disney Parks then no golf cart is needed. Just a heads up. The park was extremely clean. Pool with a slide and splash pad was a huge hit with our family. The sites are small, not much room to move around. We loved the food trucks that were there a few nights during our stay!! Great WiFi. We loved that there were trash and recycle stations at every other campsite. Very convenient.
9 months ago

mike01
English (US)
Second stay at the campground. Great amenities. We travel with a dog. They have a nice dog park. Both sites we have had were large. Good cell signal, but also the Wi-Fi at the campground works well. I work remotely and had no issues. Recommend bikes or renting a golf cart as the campground is very large, but vey walkable too. There is bus transportation to and from parks. Also a water shuttle to the Magic Kingdom. Overall a nice campground.
1 year ago

Wide Turns Only
English (US)
Stayed for a week the first week of 2022. Back in. Full hookups. Expensive but is right on Disney and really convenient to see the parks. So, just depends on the value you put on it. Can't give it a 5 start because there are better luxury RV parks with better wifi and sites. Wifi was "available" but we could not connect at all during the entire week, which is nice so that we can work without using our hotspots. So, worked solely on our normal hotspots (which is what we rely on anyway). Just expected good wifi for being at Disney. If you stay here, consider renting a golf cart to get around the campground for food and such. Vehicles can't access much of the campground to keep it safe for pedestrians and animals, which is actually nice. Overall, a great place to stay if you are visiting Disney parks. :)
1 year ago

Almond
English (US)
The spaces are very close together. No way to walk outside without full view of every space around you. The roads are super tight and the tight corners make all the driving blind. Have to drive super slow to avoid the many obstacles. All back in sites. No way to get into them without driving over one or more of the neighboring sites. Hope they happen to be there because it’s very likely they have to move something in order for you to get in. Only one tiny spot to drop a toad. If it’s in use you are parked in the middle of the road waiting. If you don’t have a golf cart you can’t park at the restaurants. No, they don’t have a golf cart. We were here when it was super slow and they were sold out of golf carts. If they do have them, add another $60 a day to the already super expensive site cost. Way too expensive for what you get. There is nothing special about the place and many negatives. Best to avoid.
1 year ago

Missy Muffet
English (US)
I don’t know if covid put a it of a damper.. but it wasn’t as good as we expected especially for the price we paid. We rounded up with the taxes and dog fee for each night. Our total was 590 that included 3 tickets to blizzard beach @70.00 per ticket. Not all amenities are open. No Florida resident discount, or any for that matter. Sites are tight (if you are not use to backing into tight spots tell them at check in and they will send you help, but we are pros 😁) the site are very private and spacious. The worse part was the millions of people hauling ass around like they are driving in Cairo in their golf carts. It is a big park, but getting around on your bike is perfect (apart from the fear of being hit by a speeding golf cart). Bathrooms are very clean and so it the laundry ($3.00 per load each) there is a free ice machine near the bathrooms on the side. They are very covid mask wearing strict 🙄. I will not return here until this covid is over. I would probably stay at one if there resorts due to the similar cost. WiFi is free and works great.
1 year ago

Missy Muffet
English (US)
I don’t know if covid put a it of a damper.. but it wasn’t as good as we expected especially for the price we paid. We rounded up with the taxes and dog fee for each night. Our total was 590 that included 3 tickets to blizzard beach @70.00 per ticket. Not all amenities are open. No Florida resident discount, or any for that matter. Sites are tight (if you are not use to backing into tight spots tell them at check in and they will send you help, but we are pros 😁) the site are very private and spacious. The worse part was the millions of people hauling ass around like they are driving in Cairo in their golf carts. It is a big park, but getting around on your bike is perfect (apart from the fear of being hit by a speeding golf cart). Bathrooms are very clean and so it the laundry ($3.00 per load each) there is a free ice machine near the bathrooms on the side. They are very covid mask wearing strict 🙄. I will not return here until this covid is over. I would probably stay at one if there resorts due to the similar cost. WiFi is free and works great.
1 year ago

The Nomad Campers
English (US)
What an amazing campground! As a local, I've always wanted to stay at Fort Wilderness, but most of the time it was not available due to the high demand camping location. We knew that if we ever had a chance to book a reservation, it would be right after COVID, since international borders. Staff was super friendly, as expected! Our site was clean, even and had a table and a grill. Unfortunately there was no fire pit. We were tent camping and since we had full electrical access, we plugged our heater to it to keep us warm and toasty at night. Campground had amazing amenities and recreational activities, too many to name. We canoed through the small river, kids rode ponies, visited Epcot for half day and the rest of the time enjoyed the outdoors. Highly recommend!
1 year ago

Soccermike
English (US)
The spots are close but lots of things to do. The area is huge and you need to take a bus or have a golf cart to get around.
1 year ago

ams0304
English (US)
The campground was very clean and in true Disney fashion, felt like another world. Every loop had lights and Mickey decor all over, which added to the special feel. The sites in our loop were spacious and private, which we really enjoyed. We loved the trails all throughout the park and the whole thing was so vast. The playground near our site was great and the pool was so cool! Both pools are heated and the one pool on the RV side had an awesome slide that the kids loved! The campground is pet friendly, but we boarded our dog at their daycare which was great! In the morning you can take a bus to the Disney Parks or you can take the boat which again was very magical!! My only issues with Fort Wilderness were the laundry facilities (they were SO smelly and dirty) and the lack of entertainment during our stay. The food places were operating on a smaller menu and there were no fireworks or characters or shows like usual. The little outpost store was also closed. I understand this is because of COVID, but despite the closures, the price is still extremely high. I would probably wait to come back until after the pandemic so that we could enjoy everything Fort Wilderness has to offer. Bring bikes or you can rent a golf cart, because it’s the only way to get around. Their stores and facilities (pool, laundry, etc) do not offer car parking, only golf cart parking. Golf cart rental is around $60 per day FYI. And one final note, masks are required and are STRONGLY enforced, but Disney sells really adorable character options for kids and adults to wear during their stay!
1 year ago

RV Velo Quest
English (US)
Every loop and every site within the park looked to be great. The campground is huge, we took long walks every morning and saw much of the park and it all looked spectacular. We loved all the big trees and it truly does feel like a wilderness. So much so that we saw numerous deer and wild turkeys on our walks. The facilities (bathrooms, showers) were very up-to-date and clean. The accessibility to get to the different parks via the boats was great. We appreciated the lengths that Disney has gone to keep all of their guests COVID safe. The site was level and utilities were easy to access. The roads are somewhat narrow, but backing in was acceptable. There is lots of privacy between sites. Check-in process was easy, however, they give you a lot of verbal information at the gate which I would have appreciated in writing somewhere that I could reference later as it was a lot of helpful information. We had a great stay and would look forward to another visit!
1 year ago

DoomBuggy
English (US)
Our camping home away from home. Camp here at least 3 time a year. Ps rent the golf carts!!
2 years ago

Bear
English (US)
I wanted to really love this experience. Just not sure I can. Arrival was painless, the site was clean and had been prepped for us. Water and power were both good. The shower house bathroom was always clean and stock, the shower had plenty of hot water and was clean. The issues that make me unsure if it is a good experience or not. the other campers......wow so inconsiderate of other guest. Loud music, unsupervised kids, Huge mounds of trash. Trash can was set on fire a couple of time because people were dumping their fire pit into it. The golf carts, the endless parade of golf carts going round and round. the campsites with half a dozen tents and 30 campers with associated kids, bikes cars, toys The pool, tough to relax with 20 kids playing tag in the entire pool area, not to mention jumping and playing in the hot tub. The Food, we ordered some ribs and fried chicken only to wake up with food poisoning, so we were violently ill for a day and a half. The site was nice, the campground was well maintained as was the pool and walkways. Then the value for dollars paid. Really hard to justify spending $150 per night for a water and electric only site. Just not worth it.
2 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
It is always a privilege and a pleasure to stay at fort wilderness. Premium full hookup sites with 50 amps is this airstream owner’s dream. Sites are consistently clean and the staff is incredibly helpful with reservations. Have spent the last few Christmases here and hope to spend more in the future. Wonderful transportation to parks, shopping, and other resorts. Brand new horse stable too! Bathhouses are nicer than most people’s home bathrooms. Laundry is affordable and machines are clean and plentiful.
2 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
“The Fort” is best described as having the atmosphere of a state park and the amenities of a Disney resort. There is forest, wildlife, hiking, biking, fishing, campfires, sing-a-longs… and S’MORES, but there are also modern facilities, shops, restaurants, entertainment, and more (did we mention S’MORES?!?!). You can rent golf carts, and fishing or pontoon boats. Or if you can let someone else do the driving and charter a fishing trip or take a horse-drawn carriage ride through the resort! And since all of this is located within the Walt Disney World Resort complex, you get free transportation to all of the parks and Disney Springs, access to Extra Magic Hours, and all the other Disney perks of staying on-property. Pro tips: ▪ All of these sites are back-in. Generally, there is sufficient room to get in and out of your site, but it can occasionally be a challenge for longer rigs or at Halloween and Christmas due to camper decorations. ▪ Book EARLY, especially for holidays or Disney special events. ▪ Watch the Electrical Water Pageant and the Magic Kingdom fireworks from the beach. ▪ Take the boat ride to the Magic Kingdom. ▪ If it’s your first trip, DON’T use online check-in. Check-in at the gate so you get all the maps, guides, activity schedules, and the whole check-in experience. Pros: ▪ It’s Walt Disney World! ▪ Level, Paved sites ▪ Forest setting with resort amenities ▪ Lots of scheduled activities (some free, some paid) ▪ Plenty of room to roam (trails, walking paths, beach area, etc) ▪ Pet friendly - Cons: ▪ Cost ▪ Usually crowded, especially during holidays and events ▪ Difficult to make a reservation at peak times
2 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
While this campground is amazing and you can stay here alone and not go to parks with all the things to do the streets are narrow and the sites are just big enough. Not friendly to anyone not comfortable backing a big trailer in narrow margins.
2 years ago

LetsJustGoRV
English (US)
There isn't much more praise I can give this place that hasn't already been stated in other reviews online, so I will just give a few tips based on our experience: - Bring an extension cord: Our site's electric pole was at the very back of the site and required us to use ours - Ask about any events going on before you book: We were there on Marathon weekend and the music and pyrotechnics going on just outside the campground woke us up at 3am! - Bring or rent bikes or a golf cart: This place is massive - Leave extra time and use the Disney app to monitor arrivals/departures if taking Disney buses: We ended up wasting a lot of time waiting on buses - Stock up before arriving: The on-site stores are convenient, but VERY expensive! - Consider the "tent sites": If you have a smaller RV and don't mind just water and electric hookups, you can save a substantial amount of money by staying in this section. The sites are just as well maintained and I saw quite a few vans, small campers, & even some class C's that fit just fine in these spacious sites. The front desk was so helpful. This place is usually booked solid in the winter, and they still managed to help us extend our stay by 3 nights without having to move sites!
3 years ago

cterwilliger
English (US)
9/8/2019 - We loved this place. Been to Disney many times, but this was our first Fort Wilderness. Everything clean and Disney-like. The one criticism would be the internal access to sites. Every road is pretty tight and backing in can be tricky for big rigs. Disney should spend some money and open up some new areas for >40ft rigs. We rented a golf cart and were glad we did - much fun. We also rented the small power boat on the lake, also fun. Inside transportation is easy with all the buses and ferry's. Be sure to go to the beach at night for fireworks.
3 years ago

Bronson's Travels
English (US)
Spent 5 days mid Apr for CA Spring Break with my grand daughter for one-on-one time for her 13th birthday. Could not have been more perfect. She flew in to MCO, but Disney airport shuttle made this perfect for me since I don't have a dingy. Besides one day at Magic Kingdom for Space Mountain, we thoroughly enjoyed the fun, and often free, offerings at Fort Wilderness. Great natural settings with privacy, full hookups, and exceptionally clean at each site and throughout park. Saw 2 wild turkeys and 5 deer while driving rentable golf carts. Enjoyed the pool, marina boat rides, horseback riding, and the after-hours lighted boat displays and fireworks. Also enjoyed the Hoop-Dee-Doo Review - great food and comedy/musical. It was wonderful to see her laugh so much and really enjoy herself. Doggie park was Fab for Bronson - large/small areas with benches and watering stations. And lots and lots of dogs to play with. Entire stay was truly magical. I've stayed at the Little Mermaid Suites in the past with my entire family, but all future stays will be at Fort Wilderness!!
3 years ago

Rbpinney
English (US)
The sites are cleaned thoroughly before you arrive. RV sites paved and level. Like other parks, I'd like to see a wider road to facilitate backing trailers. In other reviews and blogs, the power pedestals were shown to be old and scary looking. Those in our loop were pretty new. We really loved the shuttle bus and the boat ride into the park. I don't think we waited over 10 minutes for either all the time there. We didn't use all of the amenities, like the pool. Too tired from spending the day in the park. You have heard it before, but I will repeat; the food at all of the Disney places is very high priced.
3 years ago