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Fort Wilderness Campground


Looking to spend time at Disney but don’t want to pay steep prices for lodging? Discover Fort Wilderness campground in your Miami RV Rental where the allure of Disney magic swirls around nightly camp fires and other fun-filled activities. There are also numerous Disney perks when you stay at a Disney resort which are detailed below.

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If you are interested in making reservations for dinner or the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique you have 180 days from your arrival date to make them. Non-Disney resort guests do not have this option. Also, starting 60 days from your arrival date you can start making Fast Pass reservations for your entire stay. On certain days Disney has Extra Magic Hours which are only available to Disney Resort guests where the park opens two hours early or stays open two hours later. Lastly, Disney Resort guests can take complimentary transportation to the theme parks, or you can drive to the Park and park your car for free.

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Fort Wilderness offers a number of activities to keep families occupied should you decide to stay close to home one day. They offer guided horseback rides around the property, carriage rides, a small farm to visit, areas to play basketball and volleyball, a couple of kid-friendly swimming pools, a small beach, and free campfire sing-a-longs at night.

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The campground offers 4 different campsites that sleep up to 10 adults. The full hook-up campsite comes with a large picnic area with table, cement pad, and full hook up for RVs. The premium campsite comes with a large picnic area with table and grill, cement pad, and full hook up for RVs. The tent or pop-up campsite comes with a view of the woods, picnic table, and small cement pad. The preferred campsite has a view of the woods and a cement pad.

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The best times to avoid the crowds and get beautiful weather are usually the middle of October until the middle of December, and January through the middle of March. Generally, campers want to be near the Settlement Trading Post on the north end of the campground, which allows you to be close to the marina and beach, Pioneer Hall, and guest services. Loops in this area are 100 through 500 and 700. Others may want to be more near the center of the campground near the Meadow Trading Post, the campfire program, the main swimming pool, tennis courts and Bike Barn. Loops in this area are 600, 800 through 1600. For those who want to be a little farther away from the action and are looking for quieter surroundings, loops 1700 through 2000 are best. Guests in Cabins are located in loops 2100 through 2800. 2100 is the closest to the center of the resort. Loops 2200 through 2800 get increasingly farther away as the loop number increases with 2800 being the closest to the south end of the resort near the entrance.

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