Question by  Workathomemom (146)

What informaiton can you provide me on the Wilderness Campground Cabins at Walt Disney World?

I would like to stay at the Wilderness Campground Cabins at WDW.


Answer by  Joni (116)

All of the cabins at the WDW Fort Wilderness Resort are nestled within a tranquil forested area. Depending on the season you visit, there are several activities in which to participate, including a Disney Character hoedown and Mickey's Backyard BBQ. Current cabin rates start at $265 and can be as much as $410 during peak season.


Answer by  reddeb96701 (494)

The cabins rent for over 200 a night but you can have up to six people in them. Each cabin has a kitchen it is nice.


Answer by  TZ16 (367)

The Wilderness Campground Cabins are one of the few Disney resorts that can sleep more than four. It is more expensive than a typical room, but it will cost less than renting two hotel rooms. The rooms have more ammenities than a hotel room. The Disney website contains greater details.


Answer by  traveler (34)

The cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort are near Magic Kingdom theme park in Florida. The look like pioneer cabins, but have the comforts of a hotel plus a kitchen.


Answer by  jaglikes2save (131)

The Wilderness Campground Cabins are similar to other themed hotels in the Disney area. As the hotel name implies, the theme of this hotel is the great outdoors and camping.


Answer by  tcugirl (38)

The cabins are near the Magic Kingdom theme park on more than 700 acres of land. Prices start at $265 a night, and the cabins sleep six.

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