Ratings based on 176 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Seattle
Great place to relax when you are at DisneyworldPosted Aug 25, 2014
Pros: Kitchen, convenience of car parking made it easy to take daytime breaks, quiet atmosphere, comfortable rooms.
Cons: Transportation to Magic Kingdom (they need more boats for busy times)
Location: We totally took advantage of getting around with our car and left Disneyworld a few times to eat at Red Robin and the Cheesecake Factory.
We stayed here with two adults and three teens - everyone fit great. All of the beds were really comfortable - especially the murphy bed in the wall. Plenty of room for all. It was really handy having a full kitchen and we took full advantage and saved a lot of money in the process. Because we went in August, we had to take a break from about 1 to 5 each afternoon and the cabin was comfortable for this. The atmosphere around the cabins is top-notch and our teens really enjoyed it. Best part is that you can park your car right out front so it's a breeze to go to the parks (except for Magic Kingdom). The reason we rated a 4 instead of a 5 is because it's a bit of a hassle getting to the Magic Kingdom - you have to take the Campground buses up to the boat and then a boat to the park. But it's hard to get there from all the parks. Overall, if I went back, I would definitely stay here again.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from South Lyon, Michigan
Posted Jul 6, 2014
I found this area to be very rustic and just as it is a log cabin. It was far from a hotel. It is a bit pricy for what you get. No comunication on what busses would be the best as to take for getting around. The staff needs to be better informed on handling each customer needs. However it would not keep me from coming back to Disney and trying another resort. We all had a good time.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 3, 2014
wasn't there very long, but the staff there were so helpful
for Familiesby Wendy from Victoria, BC
Wooded seclusion in Disney WorldPosted May 25, 2014
Pros: The cabins have a full kitchen. It feels so peaceful in the woods. Transportation was efficient (boat to magic kingdom, bus elsewhere).
Cons: Queen bed instead of double. Bracelets mal-functioned for room entrance once and did not work for extra fast passes. More on-site grocery choices.
Location: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, Downtown Disney, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach.
We stayed in a cabin for a week, and visited the theme parks and Typhoon Lagoon. The cabin is very roomy (one bedroom with double + 2 twin bunks, full kitchen, living room with pull-down bed). Hollywood studios was having a special star wars weekend. The cabins feel so peaceful in the woods- a big contrast to the theme parks. Some people rent golf carts but is it a lot cheaper to rent a car.
for Everyoneby TM from canada
Wilderness CabinPosted May 3, 2014
It was a very pleasant stay. Lots of activities for the kids, including the evening campfires.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Disney in the woodsPosted Apr 25, 2014
Pros: A bit of a novelty (log cabin in woods)
Location: Disney World!
A great place for the kids to enjoy a bit of "wilderness" while still having home comforts. This is Disney, so service and help throughout the stay is exceptionally good! Enjoyed the Disney themes throughout the holiday with the Chip'n'Dale camp fire great fun for the kids.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Posted Apr 24, 2014 on Hotels.com
My kids like to stay inside Disney for the special park hours, the time we stayed in the fort wilderness the magic kingdom was open until 3:00 am so they were ready to go, they called customer service to find out if they could have a golf cart to take them from the bus stop to the cabin at 3 - 4 am. They were told to call at that time and someone will get them since the wilderness is completelly dark, they were told wrong, there was no help, my kids were so scared when they encountered a family of possums in the dark and they had the light of their iphones to get to the cabin. This was a one time experience, we regret the stay and in the fiture we would rather go to a real hotel.
Recommendedby Anne from Mill valley
Perfect for 1st time familyPosted Apr 20, 2014 on Hotels.com
Loved the surroundings- pool and greenery - grandma, 12 year old boy, and moms and auntie- we bbq'd and made breakfast- visited animal kingdom and Epcot - can't wait to come back
for Familiesby Viviam from Puerto Rico
The Best kept secret at DisneyPosted Apr 20, 2014 on Hotels.com
Is always fun to stay at fort wilderness the ambience of the cabins is amazing, even though the weather was very changing, the place provides to do so much more. My kids always enjoy the camp fire and the hoop dee doo revue.
for Familiesby Claire from Las Vegas
A Weclome break from pavement!Posted Apr 1, 2014 on Hotels.com
Our cabin at Fort Wilderness was a great break from the pavements of Epcot and the Magic Kingdom. It was great fun to take the boat across to the Magic Kingdom and to be all together in one cabin ( 3 parents and 3 children) made it all the more fun!