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During 2023-2024 the Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort are transitioning from "moderate hotel rooms" to Disney Vacation Club (Disney's timeshare program) lodging. The DVC Cabins are slated to open in Summer 2024.

Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins Overview

For those looking for something a little bit different with their Walt Disney World Resort stay, we present the cabins at Fort Wilderness. Think of log cabins at any resort mountain town around the country, except have them sanitized by Disney and insert 4 world-class theme parks, that's the Fort Wilderness experience. It's perfect if you want to give your vacation a rustic-but-not-too-rustic feeling.

The prefab log cabins (classified as Moderate resorts in the Disney hierarchy) underwent refurbishments that were completed in early 2016. The rustic cabins have been modernized with a large screen TV and a new kitchen. The upgraded kitchen has new cabinets, solid surface counter tops, and stainless steel appliances. Hard floors are now found where carpet once was. Light fixtures have been replaced giving the dark cabins a brighter feel. A six drawer dresser was added for additional storage. Lighting, cabinets, and new fixtures spruce up the bathroom. The full-size beds were replaced with queen size beds and the murphy bed was replaced with a double-size sleeper sofa. The bedroom has bunk beds and an elevated queen bed; space under the bed is large enough to store luggage.

All cabins offer air-conditioning, HDTVs, fully equipped kitchens, and dining tables. Housekeeping is usually provided daily, except during the pandemic. Most readers are crazy about the cabins. Some representative comments follow.

A Wappingers Falls, New York, family writes:

We stayed at Fort Wilderness in a cabin because:
  • We wanted a separate bedroom area.
  • We wanted a kitchen.
  • Our kids are very lively and the cabins were apart from each other so we wouldn't disturb other guests.
  • We thought the kids might meet other children to play with.
The cabins worked out just right for us. Although the kids didn't meet any other children to play with, they had a ball chasing the little lizards and frogs, kicking around pine cones, sitting on the deck to eat ice pops, and sleeping in bunk beds. We went to the campfire twice (we brought our own marshmallows and sticks). Our cabin was a short walk to our bus stop and two blocks away from the pool and laundry.

I loved the dishwasher, the generous storage space, the extra towels, the air-conditioning, and the daily cleaning service. There was no canned music or fake bird calls in the trees, just peace and quiet.

Guests check in at Fort Wilderness Reception Outpost, or use online check-in and go directly to your cabin.

From a Downers Grove, Illinois, family of five:

While we all enjoyed the cabins and resort, we spent a LOT of time waiting for buses and ferries, more than we remember waiting a few years ago. They've recently made some changes to the bus routes, and while we liked having a stop at the Meadow area, there was always a long wait for a purple bus to take us back to the cabin when returning from the parks (from both depots). They need a separate bus route just for the cabins, since many of the campers have cars and/or golf carts, an expense we didn't want after spending so much for the cabin. This factor may make us consider a different resort/villa for our next trip unless the bus system for the cabins is improved.

A mother of two from Albuquerque, New Mexico, offers this:

Regarding Fort Wilderness: We stayed in a cabin and liked having all the space and the full kitchen. I was very disappointed in the pools, restaurant, and service, however. I had expected a Disney resort pool, and instead there were only two relatively small concrete holes in the ground. The pool nearest our cabin (still a quarter mile away!) never even had a lifeguard. I had hoped to be able to send the kids to the pool without us when we needed some adult time to ourselves, but with the distance and lack of lifeguards, there was no way to do that.

The restaurant (1 mile away) was good, but it was an all-you-can-eat buffet with adult prices for ages 10 and over at about $25. I'm unwilling to pay $25 for my 10-year-old daughter to eat one chicken wing and Jell-O very often. We only ate there once. I guess they figured that if you had a kitchen or were camping, you were committed to cooking every meal. It would've been nice after a tiring day to get a light meal or salad.

These campers from Pickens, South Carolina love camping at Fort Wilderness:

Fort Wilderness is our Happy Place for sure. The best of both worlds. Taking the boat to Magic Kingdom and fairly easy access to the monorail is on par with deluxe resorts. Coming home after a long day in the parks to a more relaxed atmosphere is unbeatable. Although the rate is steep for camping, and getting steeper each year, we still feel like it is a good value.

How Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins Compares to Other Disney Moderate Resorts

The cabins at Fort Wilderness are in a different class from all of Disney's other Moderate resorts, for better or worse. We say that because there's nothing else really like them. The cabins are basically the equivalent to a 1-bedroom suite at any of the other resorts. Fort Wilderness Cabins are a little more expensive than Disney's other Moderate resorts, but you do get some nice, unique accommodations. Fort Wilderness does not offer Fitness center, for that you'll have to go to any of the Deluxe resorts. The only Moderate to offer a Fitness center is Coronado Springs.

Fort Wilderness Resort is a large resort spread across 750 acres. There is an internal bus system to move people around the resort and take them to transportation to other parts of Walt Disney World. Renting bicycles or a golf cart is a popular alternative to the internal bus. There is a boat launch to the Magic Kingdom and bus services to the other parks. Each cabin has its own parking space. If you have a car, other than the Magic Kingdom, driving yourself will be a faster option for getting around Disney World.

Left: The exterior of a typical Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins. Right: Each cabin has a porch with a patio table and grill.

Where To Check-In, Get Theme Park Tickets, and Make Dining Reservations

A security gate guards the entrance to Fort Wilderness Resort's grounds. If you arrive by car, you'll need to provide photo ID at the gate; it's not necessary to provide your reservation number or paperwork. A dedicated parking lot across from Pioneer Hall lobby serves as temporary parking for those who need it while checking in.

Guests keeping a car at the hotel overnight will be charged $20 per day.

Check-in time at Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins is 3:00 PM, and check-out time is 11:00 AM. Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins like all Disney resorts, participates in Disney's Online Check-In program. This service allows you to provide your name, address, and credit card information up to 60 days before your arrival on or the My Disney Experience app. If you've checked-in online and provided a mobile phone number or email address, you will receive your cabin number electronically. Then you can go straight to the cabin and use your smart phone or MagicBand to open the door, skipping the lobby altogether.

If you've not registered online, look for signs pointing you to the Registration/Check-In area. You'll need to provide a government-issued photo ID and credit/debit card when you register. While parents are completing the paperwork, kids can unwind in a nearby play area decorated with child-sized furniture and a television showing classic Disney animated films.

Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins's registration staff can provide MagicBands for your stay (for a fee), if you don't already have them. Get theme park tickets and dining reservations at the Concierge Desk, to the right of the Registration Desk. If you need to check in and obtain theme park tickets, you can save some time in line if one adult gets in line for tickets just after another adult starts the registration process. The Concierge Desk can also make Disney dining reservations, and you can avoid a wait there by making them online prior to arrival.

Pioneer Hall is home to the Fort Wilderness lobby.

Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins's Rooms

Fort Wilderness rooms measure 504 square feet. Most cabins offer a queen bed and one bunk bed in the only bedroom, augmented by a sleeper sofa (sofa that converts to a double-size bed) in the living room. There's one bathroom with a bathtub with a shower. Cabin also contain air-conditioning, a large HDTV in the living room, a small HDTV in the bedroom, fully equipped kitchens, and a dining tables.

Living room and kitchen found in the Fort Wilderness Cabins.

Each Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins room is furnished with the following:

  • One queen bed
  • One double-size sleeper sofa
  • One bunk bed
  • Dresser with 4 small-size drawers in the bedroom
  • Dresser with 6 drawers in the living room
  • Table with 3 chairs and a long bench
  • Nightstand digital alarm clock
  • Full-length mirror (on bath door)
  • WiFi wireless Internet access
  • Two flat-panel TV
  • Full sized fridge with ice maker
  • Microwave/Convection Oven combo
  • Coffee Maker
  • Ironing board and iron
  • Hair dryer
  • Shower-mounted shampoo, conditioner, and body wash; bar soap
  • Digital thermostat
  • In-room safe
  • Dish washer
  • 2-burner cooktop
  • A limited collection of pots, pans, plates, glasses and silverware.
  • Toaster

The full sized fridge is good enough to hold all the food and drinks you need. It's also cold enough to make sure that raw meats and other perishables will keep for your trip. The kitchen inside each cabin is small but most of the tools to make and serve meals are there if you need them.

Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins Room Layout

Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins bathrooms are small. Also we shudder at the thought of six people staying in a cabin and sharing one bathroom. If you get desperate you can go to one of the campground's comfort stations. Water pressure in the shower is average - probably less than what you get at home, but still enough to get your hair clean. The bathroom includes one sink, average counter space, and two shelves. There are also cabinets under the sink that provide additional storage. A 1500-watt, hair dryer is provided, but it's not very powerful; bring your own if you've got lots of hair.

Bedroom with bunk bed and queen bed.

A typical Fort Wilderness Cabin bathroom.

Handicap-Accessible Room Options

Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins have around 28 handicap-accessible rooms. Some feature roll-in showers, while others include assistive hearing devices. A subset of these rooms have been converted to comply with Florida's Accessibility Code, with changes to everything from bed, counter-top, and dresser drawer height, to door widths, wheelchair ramps, and more.

Dog Friendly Room Options

For a nightly fee of $50 on top of the room charge, up to 2 dogs are allowed in Fort Wilderness Cabins. A check-in package of dog-friendly items comes with the extra fee, but so do several special rules. Housekeeping will only enter the room while the human guests are present, special Do Not Disturb tags are mandatory, and guests may be called to come to their room if the dog is being too noisy.

Fort Wilderness Pools

Fort Wilderness has two pools. The largest, Meadow Swimmin’ Pool, sits near the Meadow Trading Post in the middle of the resort. Unlike Disney's other pools with their elaborate theming or statues of Disney characters, this one is a basic no frills concrete swimming pool. It does have a 67-foot-long waterslide, hot tub, kiddie pool and water player area.

Fort Wilderness' Meadow Swimmin’ Pool

The other smaller pool, Wilderness Swimmin’ Pool, is located near loops 25, 26 and 27. This pool is also a basic concrete square. The Wilderness Swimmin’ Pool is considered a "quiet pool," meaning that loud play and splashing around are discouraged.

Fort Wilderness' pools range in depth from around 3 feet 6 inches/1.1m to 4 feet 9 inches/1.4m. Pool are open every day, including during winter. The pools are heated to 82°F/28°C throughout the year. Fort Wilderness also has a hot tub located near Meadow Swimmin’ Pool.

Guests can find showers, storage lockers, restrooms, and laundry facilities. Pool hours are at least 9 AM to 8 PM, extending to as much as 7 AM to 11 PM during busy times. The pool will have lifeguards during the pools' operating hours.

For more information on the pools at WDW resorts, including towels, entertainment programming, handicap access, kiddie pools, life vests, and much more, see our Walt Disney World Resort Pool Fact Sheet FAQ.

Playgrounds at Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins

A small playground set is located between loops 1200 and 1300. The set has two small plastic slides and a couple of sections with a few steps for toddlers to go up and down. Safety seems to be Disney's concern here - there are no swings and the entire area is covered in a springy, poured rubber surface.

Restaurants and Dining

Fort Wilderness has a large variety of dining options, including one food court, one all-you-can-eat restaurant, two dinner shows, and one lounge.

Trail's End

At Fort Wilderness, next to the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue, Trail’s End is what a restaurant would’ve looked like had America’s settlers built one out of a log cabin. Lunch includes chili, pan-seared catfish, and spicy grilled shrimp and andouille sausage as well as s’mores and warm sticky-bun sundaes. The dinner lineup is fried chicken, ribs, pasta, fish, carved meats, pizza, and fruit cobbler. The fare isn’t much different from what you’d find elsewhere around the parks, and during slow times the food sits quite a while on the steam tables and is not well tended.

Trail's End also has a To-Go Counter that has items like pizza, barbecue pulled pork, and fried chicken platters. The to-go menu is only available during dinner hours.

Trail's End Hours

Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Review

Hoop-Dee-Do Musical Review Menu.

Six Wild West performers arrive by stagecoach (sound effects only) to entertain the crowd inside Pioneer Hall. There isn’t much of a plot, just corny jokes interspersed with song or dance. The humor is of the Hee Haw ilk, but it’s presented enthusiastically.

Audience participation includes sing-alongs, hand clapping, and a finale that uses volunteers to play parts on stage. Performers are accompanied by a banjo player and pianist who also play quietly while the food is being served. The fried chicken and corn on the cob are good, the ribs a bit tough though tasty. With the all-you-can-eat policy, at least you can get your money’s worth by stuffing yourself silly.

Meadow Snack Bar

Meadow Snack Bar Menu.

Meadow Snack Bar is Fort Wilderness Cabins' quick service dining establishment, located in the middle of the resort near the main pool. Prices range from $6 to $15 for an entree so you won't break the bank. Some standout entrees from the Lunch and Dinner menu include the Barbecued Pulled Pork Sandwich and Wilderness Dog.

Free refills are available for coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and fountain drinks (including juice and milk) during your meal. A huge beverage station sits just beyond the cash registers, and this station also provides toaster ovens, hot water, ice, condiments, and napkins. The Meadow Snack Bar also participates in Disney's Rapid Fill refillable mug program, where you purchase a souvenir plastic mug once, and get free refills for the remainder of your stay. The cost is a flat $19.99 for your length of stay.

Crockett's Tavern is Fort Wilderness' bar and lounge. The lounge has indoor seating and a full drink menu, with several beer selections, wines, and a selection of spirits. Crockett's Tavern is usually open 4 PM to 12 AM daily.

Transportation to and from Fort Wilderness Resort

Driving Your Own Car Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins Resort is just off of I-4 in Lake Buena Vista. Take I-4 Exit 67 - Epcot Center Dr. and you'll end up on Bonnet Creek Pkwy. Then Take the exit toward Downtown Disney Resort Area. Turn left onto Bonnet Creek Pkwy, left on Vista Blvd, and then right on to Fort Wilderness Trail. Turn right on Sunny Sage Way and Fort Wilderness will be on your right.

Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins's GPS address and location are:

    Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins Resort
    4510 N Fort Wilderness Trail, Lake
    Buena Vista, FL 32830

    Latitude: 28.407431 North, Longitude: 81.558563 West

From Orlando International Airport See our Walt Disney World Transportation Options page for information about how to get to and from Orlando International Airport and Walt Disney World.

From Sanford International Airport It's about a 40-minute drive from Sanford to Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins. If you're not renting a car, be aware that Sanford's airport offers fewer transportation options than Orlando's, and Sanford's options are generally much more expensive. A taxi from Sanford International Airport to Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins will cost between $120 and $150, depending on traffic. Mears Transportation offers 3-passenger towncar service to Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins for around $140 each way, plus tip; 5-passenger SUV service or 10-passenger van is around $190 each way. That means round-trip transportation will run you somewhere between $240 and $380, plus tip, between Sanford and Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins. At those prices, it may be less expensive to rent a car and park it at the hotel.

Getting to the theme parks, water parks and Downtown Disney Disney provides free bus service from Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins to Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom, Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon, and Disney Springs. Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins's bus stops sit along the front wall of the lobby, between the lobby and check-in parking lot. Each theme park has its own bus stop somewhere along the wall. Animal Kingdom's bus service is shared with Blizzard Beach, while Disney Springs and Typhoon Lagoon also share a stop and service. Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins does not share bus service with any other resort.

Magic Kingdom can also be accessed by boat from Fort Wilderness Landing and to Epcot by bus, with a transfer at the Transportation and Ticket Center (TTC) to the Epcot monorail. Boat service may be suspended during thunderstorms, so if it's raining or looks like it's about to, Disney will provide buses. An alternate route to the Magic Kingdom is by internal bus to the TTC, then by monorail or ferry to the park. Motor traffic within the campground is permitted only when entering or exiting. Get around within the campground by bus, golf cart, or bike, the latter two available for rent.

Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins's Bus Schedule

Ask a Disney Cast Member about Fort Wilderness's bus schedule, and they'll tell you that buses run about every 20 minutes. In reality, Fort Wilderness' bus schedule varies considerably depending on the time of day and where you're headed.

For example, if you're headed to the Magic Kingdom between 8 AM and 11 AM, you'll wait around 15 minutes, on average, for a bus to arrive. The bus schedules for Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Disney's Hollywood Studios are about the same early in the day, with a bus arriving every 10-15 minutes, on average. Bus schedules to the water parks and Disney Springs are a little less frequent, and you could wait anywhere from 20 to 30 minutes for a ride.

Fort Wilderness boat launch to Magic Kingdom and other resorts.

Buses run a little slower from around 11 AM to around 4 PM, when most people are already in a park. Disney's evening buses are scheduled around the theme parks' closing times, where most of the fleet is deployed to get guests back to their hotels. Your waits to return to your hotel from a theme park should average out to around 20 minutes under most circumstances.

If you've got your own car, it's faster to drive yourself to Disney's Animal Kingdom, the Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach water parks, and Disney Springs. Disney's bus service is faster to the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and Disney's Hollywood Studios.

Fort Wilderness bus stop.

Getting to another hotel from Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins Boat service is available between Fort Wilderness, Wilderness Lodge, and the Contemporary Resort. As with all boat service, hours are limited and may not operate during bad weather.

If you've got dining plans at another Disney hotel, the cheapest option is to take a Disney bus from Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins to Disney Springs (or an open theme park), then take another bus from there to your destination hotel. Do the reverse to get back to Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins. While that's free, it can take anywhere from 90 minutes to 2 hours each way. If your destination is one of the Magic Kingdom monorail resorts, and the Magic Kingdom is still open, you could take a bus to the Magic Kingdom, then either walk (to the Contemporary and Bay Lake Tower), hop on the monorail (to the Polynesian and Grand Floridian), or take a boat (to Fort Wilderness, the Wilderness Lodge, the Polynesian, and the Grand Floridian). We suggest you still allow at least an hour for that.

The fastest option, however, is almost always an Uber, Lyft, or taxi from Fort Wilderness to wherever you're going; it's generally not more than a $20, 15-minute cab ride to get to most Disney hotels from Fort Wilderness, and Uber and Lyft are often less. Taxis are available outside the lobby; if a taxi is not already sitting out front, the bell services desk also serves as a taxi stand, and they'll call one for you.

To Universal Orlando If you're staying at Walt Disney World and don't have a car, Mears Transportation will shuttle you from your hotel to Universal and back for $18 per person. Pickup and return times are at your convenience. A one-way taxi ride is around $36, and may be the cheapest option if you have three to five people.

Shopping, Recreation, and Things To Do at Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins

Fort Wilderness arguably offers the most recreational facilities and activities of any Disney resort. Among them are two video arcades, nightly campfire programs, Disney movies, a beach, walking paths, bike, boat, canoe, golf cart, and water ski rentals, a petting zoo, horseback riding, hayrides, fishing, tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts.

A campfire and sing-along are held nightly (times vary with the season) near the Meadow Trading Post. Chip 'n' Dale lead the songs, and a Disney film is shown.

Fort Wilderness' main gift shop is The Settlement Trading Post and sits across from the lobby in Pioneer Hall. As you'd expect from a Disney gift shop, The Settlement Trading Post has a decent collection of souvenirs ranging from small trinkets such as keychains and pens, to embroidered jackets and Disney princess dresses. Prices for these items are about what you'd pay in the theme parks or Downtown Disney. If you find yourself closer to the central Meadow Trading Post, they have many of the same items.

Both Trading Posts also sells basic pharmacy items such as sunscreen, aspirin, allergy and cold medicine, baby diapers and formula, shampoo, and the like. And Jackson Square has Disney-branded cookies, chocolate, coffee tins, and similar items, if that's what you're looking for. Prices for these items are considerably higher - about double - than what you'd probably pay at home.

Also located in Pioneer Hall is the Davy Crockett’s Wilderness Arcade , which has a decent collection of relatively recent video and arcade games. Most games cost $0.50 to $2.00 per play, which can add up quickly. It's helpful to set a budget with your kids before they go in. A second arcade, Daniel Boone’s Wilderness Arcade is located near Meadow Swimmin' Pool

Walkers, joggers and runners can find a jogging trail at Fort Wilderness Resort. It is a scenic 2.5-mile course. You'll find the start point cross the street adjacent to the Tri Circle D Farm. There is also a 0.75-mile shaded fitness trail and bike path that connects Disney's Wilderness Lodge and Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort. You won't find a gym, fitness center, indoor pool, or spa at Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins.

Fort Wilderness bus stop.

Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins Child Care

Disney contracts with a third party company, Kids Nite Out, to provide babysitting services at the resort hotels. See our Disney resort childcare page for more information.

Miscellaneous Fort Wilderness

There are on site washers and dryers available for guest use. For more information on guest laundry services at Walt Disney World hotels, see our WDW Laundry Information page.

If you lose something during your stay, contact Disney's Lost and Found department by calling (407) 824-4245.

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Hands down the best cabins are 118 and 120 on loop 100. These two cabins are the only cabins located on this preferred campsite loop. Its only a three-minute walk to the boat dock and a two-minute walk to Pioneer Hall.

View from cabin 118 of cabin 120. They have a smaller decks with rocking chairs. The grills and picnic tables are at ground level.

Most views in Fort Wilderness be the same: trees, other cabins, and more trees. Because what makes a room good is its location. Loops 2200, 2300, 2800 and 2700 are all located next to a bus stop. On the flip side, these same loops have a bit of a walk to the nearest pool. Loops 2500 and 2600 are located next to a pool but have a longer than usual walk to the bus stop. Unfortunately, all of Fort Wilderness' loops that have cabins are at least a 10 to 15 minute walk from Pioneer Hall. You can take a bus to Pioneer Hall but we found it usually ends up taking the same amount of time, or less, to walk. Loop 2200 are nearest to Pioneer Hall (but is still a 15 minute walk).

Strengths and Weaknesses

Strengths Weaknesses
Informality Isolated location
Children's play areas Complicated bus service
Best recreational options at WDW Confusing campground layout
Special day and evening programs Very limited on-site dining options
Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue show Crowding at beaches and pools
Convenient self-parking Small baths in cabins
Off-site dining via boat at the Magic Kingdom Extreme distance to store and restaurant facilities from many cabins and campsites

The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort Dining

Commuting Times to the Parks
Park Boat Bus Personal
Magic Kingdom 16.0 min 17.0 min 37.0 min
EPCOT 19.0 min 18.0 min
Hollywood Studios 29.0 min 19.0 min
Animal Kingdom 31.0 min 24.0 min
Disney Springs 28.0 min 11.0 min