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A Camping Quince at Disney's Fort Wilderness Campground

As some of you already know, I have been into camping as an alternative since the pandemic. Camping also has become a big trend for those of us that have never even thought that camping was for us until we tried it, let alone camping at one the happiest places on earth! Disney!

I have never stayed at Disney's Fort Wilderness Campground. I have stayed at their cabins, which are very nice, but never at a campsite at the resort. So this time around, I was lucky enough to find reservations for a two night stay at one of their campsites to celebrate my daughter's quinceañero. We stayed at campsite 1831 which was pretty nice and big! I did not realize how popular these campsites were until I tried to make another reservation for another date and they were completely sold out! So what does that mean? That you have to reserve a campsite at Disneyś Fort Wilderness almost a year in advance! That's how popular these campsites are!

One of our favorite things that we did during our stay other than celebrating my daughter's birthday was the golf rental. We rented a golf cart for the two days we camped at Disney's Fort Wilderness and it was so much fun driving around the resort! The campground is big so it is suggested to rent a golf cart, especially before your trip there. Thes golf carts are very popular for those of us that do not own one. However, if you are an avid camper and own a golf cart then you are set! If you are interested in renting a golf cart before your trip to Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground, you need to call and make a reservation. Click Here for reservation information regarding golf cart rental.

If you are thinking of staying at a campsite at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground, you may want to look into making a reservation sooner than later. Click Here for reservations.

Sharing some images of our stay.

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