Kids with Woody at Disney' Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground
  • On Feb 20, 2023
    Donald from TX Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi Mrs. Kay. Diane (previous panelist) and I are taking my in-laws (78yrs old) in March. We are taking their RV which is a 26 foot coach. Day 1 at Campsites. Day 2-4 Riviera. Best sites and does Riviera have parking for RV when we checkin?

    Hi, Donald, and welcome to planDisney! How fun that you know some planDisney panelists! We are quite the family, so I feel like I know you already. Your visit is just around the corner, and I love split stays because you get to experience more than one resort and all they have to offer. I have a campsite reserved at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort this fall, and I cannot wait. You are going to have a magical time. But let's get you settled with that camper so you can jump right into your Walt Disney World Resort visit.

    First up, let's talk campsites. The type of campsite you reserved will determine the loops you can choose from, but the absolute best loops, in my opinion, are 100, 200, and 300. These loops are close to the marina, where you can hop aboard a water taxi to Magic Kingdom Park, and they are also close to the Settlement Trading Post. To request a specific loop, Donald, call the Disney Resort Hotel Reservations line and speak to a friendly Cast Member. Be sure to have your reservation details handy, so they can best help you choose your desired loop. Having a campground map handy during the call might also be helpful.

    And then you're headed to Disney's Riviera Resort! I recently visited this resort and fell in love. Everything is so convenient there, and I especially enjoyed using the Disney Skyliner to get to EPCOT and Disney's Hollywood Studios. I spoke with a friendly Cast Member about your camper, and she said you should be able to park your camper at the parking lot at Disney's Riviera Resort. When you check in there, the Cast Members will indicate where you can park the camper during your stay. Typically, there will be a vacant area in the parking lot further away from the resort where you can park. If you'd like to confirm this before your visit, you can call the Disney Resort Hotel Reservation line to make a note of the parking request.

    Donald, I hope your upcoming visit is the wildest ride in the wilderness for you and your in-laws! Stop back by planDisney anytime!

    Magic awaits,

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Meet the Panelist: Elaine, Florida

Bright Suns! I'm Elaine, a retired teacher dividing my time between my home state of Kentucky and the Sunshine State. I married my college sweetheart, and now that our only son is grown, we are exploring the empty-nest life. My family has been visiting Walt Disney World Resort for over 25 years, so if you have questions about adult-only visits, plant-based meals, thrill attractions, and Florida-resident perks, I'm here for you in full Force. Like Yoda would say, "Trips, we will plan!" Learn More About Elaine

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