Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness

by Shannon

The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort are a really special place to stay on your Walt Disney World vacation if you’re looking for something different than the standard hotel room.

The Cabins are individual, prefab buildings that 1000% remind me of Lincoln logs!! Not only are the Fort Wilderness Cabins super spacious with a separate living room, kitchen and dining space, and bedroom; they are pet-friendly, sleep 6, and have outdoor space available to use as well!

The Cabins are just a short boat ride away from the Magic Kingdom and offer bus service to the other parks.

One thing to note about Fort Wilderness is how large the resort is. You can use either the internal bus system to make your way around the grounds or you can rent a golf cart for the duration of your visit.

Let’s take a look at the Cabins!

Fort Wilderness Cabin Tour

When you pull up to your cabin, you’ll find a large parking pad. Lots of guests setup folding chairs and a fire pit in this space.

Every cabin has a charcoal grill.

And a nice wooden deck with a picnic table. There are accessible cabins with ramps as well.

You’ll find two different doors to the cabin. One leads into the living room, kitchen, dining combo. The other leads into the bedroom.

You use your MagicBand, resort key card, or My Disney Experience app to open the door just like at the other Walt Disney World resorts.

The kitchen is very well appointed — the only thing that may differ from your kitchen at home is there isn’t a standard oven.

Instead you have a microwave / convection oven combo.

The fridge is a great size. There’s also a dishwasher, small cooktop, and your standard coffee maker and toaster.

Plates, utensils, mugs, etc are all provided.

Right next to the kitchen is the dining space.

And next to the dining space is the living room.

The couch pulls out as an additional sleeping space and there is plenty of storage under and next to the TV.

Down the hall from the kitchen is the bathroom.

The bathroom is on the smaller side but the vanity and countertop area is quite large so you have plenty of space to store your toiletries.

There’s a tub/shower combo in the bathroom.

Next to the bathroom is the bedroom.

This bedroom sleeps 4 with the queen bed and bunkbed.

The bunkbeds are my kid’s favorite part!

Across from the bunkbeds is a closet, additional drawers and storage, and a small TV that swivels.

Fort Wilderness is a super fun resort year round with unique experiences like pony rides, trail rides, bike and golf cart rentals, and Segway tours.

At the Holidays, Fort Wilderness is absolutely incredible. Guests go all out transforming their campsites for Halloween and Christmas.

I hope this overview of the Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort is helpful. I also have a Youtube video that walks you through the cabins. You can watch that here.

Follow along on all of our Walt Disney World fun on Instagram @brbgoingtodisney! I share tips and tricks LIVE from the parks each week on Stories! See you there!

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JRB November 2, 2021 - 9:50 am

We’re staying in the cabins this winter – super excited! This kind of post is really helpful.

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Shannon November 2, 2021 - 10:05 am

Yay! I hope you have the best time ever!!

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