The Cabins at Fort Wilderness Resort, and Campsites at Fort Wilderness Resort, are the best Disney World resorts for nature lovers.
Situated on 750 wooded acres, The Cabins at Fort Wilderness is a frontier-themed resort with rustic-chic cabins. Each cabin sleeps up to 6 guests and comes equipped with a full-sized kitchen, bunk beds, a queen bed, and a double-sized sleeper sofa.
The resort is a great choice for outdoorsy and active families. You can ride bikes around the campground, take a leisurely walk through the wooded paths, or rent a golf cart and cruise around. There are 2 pools, an animal ranch with pony rides, archery, watersport rentals, a nightly campfire, and more.
The Cabins at Fort Wilderness has its own boat launch that can take you to and from Magic Kingdom with ease.
For an even more rustic experience, try the Campgrounds at Fort Wilderness Resort. It’s a great option for larger parties and those who are willing to bring their RV or tent.
The Campgrounds offers four types of campsites that will accommodate everything from tents to large RVs. There is a maximum of 10 guests per site and the rates are among the least expensive in all of Walt Disney World (depending on which type of campsite you choose).
The Cabins at Fort Wilderness are a nature lover’s dream. They aren’t cheap, but you do get all the creature comforts on regular Disney resorts PLUS you’re own kitchen.
If you are on a tight budget and/or enjoy roughing it, then the Campsites at Fort Wilderness Resort are probably your best bet.
Note: Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort is another resort with an outdoorsy theme – but in a much more refined way. It’s one to consider if you want an outdoor feel without actually roughing it.