Child riding horse at got wilderness campgrounds; son and mother
  • On May 10, 2024
    Kimberley from IN Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    How do I get to my Disney Dvc cabin from mco in an uber

    Hello there Kimberley,

    Welcome to planDisney! Thanks for bringing your question to planDisney, I'm happy to assist! 

    When arriving through MCO, there are a few different ways to travel to Walt Disney World Resort. Some Guests prefer taking a third-party shuttle service, some like to rent a vehicle and others prefer to use a Ride Share service such as Uber or Lyft. I like to switch things up and vary the options depending on who I travel with. All Ride Share companies pick up passengers at the Orlando International Airport on the arrivals curb. In Terminals A and B, you'll go to Level 2 (between 9:00 PM and 2:00 AM it will be on Level 3) and in Terminal C you'll go to Level 6. 

    The ride to Walt Disney Resort can vary in length depending on the time of day you arrive and how busy the roads are. I have good news, Kimberley, I spoke with a Cast Member today and asked about a Ride Share service going to The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort - A Disney Vacation Club Resort and learned that your driver can take you right to your cabin if you'd like! This would work well if you use Direct-to-Room Service. This is a way to simplify your arrival and complete the online check-in service in the My Disney Experience app. Guests who use the service bypass the Front Desk and head directly to their room at a Disney Resort hotel once they receive a notification saying their room is ready! If instead, you prefer to check-in at the Outpost Depot, you can hop on the complimentary internal bus system that will drop you off near your Cabin. 

    While enjoying your stay at Fort Wilderness Resort, I recommend visiting Tri-Circle-D Ranch. Here, you can visit more than 90 of the happiest horses who call Walt Disney World Resort home. Guests can also book pony rides and carriage rides or if feeling more adventurous, they can also book trail rides and explore the natural beauty of the area surrounding Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campgrounds. 

    Kimberley, I hope this information is helpful to your vacation planning. If you have any other planning questions, please visit us again at planDisney. We're happy to help!

    Welcome Home,
    Candace 
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Meet the Panelist: Candace, Ontario

Bonjour! I'm Candace, mom to four daughters, wife and Early French Immersion teacher from Ottawa, ON, Canada. We're a family of explorers who are full of curiosity and seek to find the magic in the smallest moments of the day. The Disney Vacation Club allows us to explore many Disney Destinations with the flexibility to choose a Resort that fits our travel party whether traveling with family or friends. I can't wait to help you plan an adventure of your own! Learn More About Candace

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