The Campsites at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort
offer classic outdoor diversions in the heart of Walt Disney World Resort.
Situated on more than 700 acres of lush pine and cypress trees, Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort is a picturesque haven of natural beauty.
Time slows to a pleasant crawl as Guests wander quiet trails and enjoy the rugged charm of log-façade buildings like the Meadow Trading Post
and Pioneer Hall.
Water canals snake through the cabins, campsites and common areas, adding to the sense of being far from the bustle of modern civilization—as
do the roaming
ducks, deer and rabbits.
Among the original accommodations within Walt Disney World Resort, Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort opened in November 1971, and
its quaint, idyllic
American Frontier theme continues to enchant scores of Guests year after year.
The Campsites at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort are located near Magic Kingdom theme park.
With Extra Magic Hours, guests staying at a Walt Disney World® Resort have even more chances to experience the magic.
Each day one of the Disney Theme Parks opens an hour early or stays open up to three hours after regular Park closing, so guests can enjoy
easy access to select attractions - even the most popular ones.