Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort
Nestled in a serene forest, Disney’s Fort Wilderness Cabins offer a quaint, rustic escape in surroundings reminiscent of the log homes from pioneer days. Special country touches include vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and a private deck.
Guest Room Features
One queen bed and a set of bunk beds, separate Murphy/pull-down bed in sitting area, fully-equipped kitchen with microwave oven, dining table that seats six, air conditioning, full bathroom with hair dryer, one television, VCR, telephone and daily housekeeping. Each Wilderness Cabin also has an outdoor patio-deck with a picnic table and charcoal grill, and parking for one vehicle.
Wilderness Cabins are one-bedroom units that sleep six.
Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue
Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
Trail's End Restaurant
Rustle up some hearty vittles at this frontier buffet in comfortably rustic Pioneer Hall.
Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner
Blaze a trail to this refreshing outpost of flavor featuring pizza, appetizers, smoothies and full service bar. They pioneered great taste.
Serving dinner, snacks
Meadow Trading Post, Settlement Trading Post
Movie rentals, groceries, sundries, and Walt Disney World® merchandise.
Walt Disney World® Bus System
Most areas of the Walt Disney World® Resort are accessible by bus from other areas within the Resort, including Theme Parks, Water Parks, the Disney Resorts and the Downtown Disney® area. Buses travel on routes throughout the Resort and do not provide direct service between all destinations.
Water Launch to Magic Kingdom® Park
Service to the Magic Kingdom® Park and select Walt Disney World® Resort Hotels.