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  • On Mar 21, 2021
    Stephanie from MS Asked

    How many bathrooms are in the Cabins at Fort Wilderness?

    Howdy, Stephanie! Are you considering a stay in The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort? My family enjoyed one of our most memorable Walt Disney World vacations there. It was such a unique and enjoyable experience!

    Each cabin offers Guests a single full bathroom. The bathroom features one sink with extra counter space, a shower and tub combo as well as a toilet. Unlike some of the other hotel rooms in the Disney Resorts Collection, the bathrooms in the cabins are all contained behind a single door, meaning that there is not a separate sink and mirror area apart from the shower and toilet. 

    Each cabin also boasts a generous kitchen area with microwave, refrigerator and two-burner stovetop. My favorite part, though, is the private patio with charcoal grill. If your family enjoys outdoor dining, this is the perfect spot to cook up some hamburgers or veggie burgers and settle in for a rustic dinner.

    Renting a golf cart is a great idea if you do stay at The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort. Scooting around the property to explore a bit is so much more fun with the fresh air in your face! This resort also offers prime viewing of the Electrical Water Pageant, so check it out if you get the chance.

    I hope that helps, Stephanie!
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