The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort

4510 N. Fort Wildnerness Trail, Walt Disney World, Florida, 32830, United States

The cabins in this 750-acre campground right across the lake from the Magic Kingdom don't exactly constitute roughing it, as they are small, air-conditioned log homes that accommodate four grown-ups and two youngsters. The campground is a resort in itself, with loads of entertainment options, including outdoor movies, singing around the campfire, and the hokey but still fun and very popular Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Review. Horse-and-carriage or wagon rides are available, along with pony rides for the kids, and bikes or electric cart rentals for getting around the large campground.


  • lots of traditional camping activities and a real campground community feel
  • you can save money by cooking, but you don't have to, as there is a three-meals-a-day restaurant and nightly barbecue
  • free Internet and Wi-Fi


  • shuttle to parks is free, but slow
  • pricey for what is really just a mobile home encased in logs
  • coin-op laundry is pricey, too


Phones: 407-824–2900


Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted421 cabins No meals