Kids with Woody at Disney' Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground
  • On May 13, 2022
    Rick from WY Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We will be staying at Fort Wilderness in our trailer. We are traveling with my brother’s family. What is the best way to make sure we get neighboring campsites? We booked the same type of site and made a request via our travel agent. Anything else?

    Hiya, Rick!

    Welcome back to planDisney, friend! I am delighted that you continue to stop by with your planning questions. The Campsites at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort is an amazing spot to call your home away from home during your upcoming stay at The Most Magical Place on Earth. The scenic forests and laid-back vibes offer a perfect setting for downtime outside of the theme parks. This resort has an incredible amount of recreational offerings as well. Canoeing, horseback riding, fishing, swimming..the list is quite extensive. I hope that you and your Ohana are able to add resort time to your magical itinerary, as there is so much to see and do.

    Rick, it sounds like you are off to a great start for neighboring campsites! Your travel agent can make this request on your behalf and can notate that you are traveling together. I am happy to hear that you have also booked the same campsite type, as this is essential when trying to request adjacent locations. The last tip I have for you is to stop by the front desk at check-in. You can inquire about the request, and see if they can accommodate a site next to or nearby for your brother's family. Requests like these can occasionally mean waiting a little longer for your accommodations to be ready. And, it is important to remember that Cast Members do everything they can to honor requests, but they cannot be guaranteed. I'll be keeping my fingers crossed that your travel party is camping out under the stars in neighboring sites this summer!

    Speaking of reservations, let's talk about Disney Park Pass. All four theme parks require a reservation in addition to a valid theme park ticket. If you have not already crossed this step off of your magical to-do list, I recommend doing so as soon as possible. Some reservation availability is limited due to date popularity, so don't delay. Make your Park Pass reservations today!

    I hope that your upcoming adventure is memorable and magical!
    We'll see ya real soon!
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Meet the Panelist: Tammy, Illinois

Hey Everyone! I'm Tammy. My Ohana and I live in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago. I am a preschool teacher and I also coordinate events for youth and families. I have been visiting Walt Disney World Resort since I was a teenager. I'm always looking for a new adventure to explore or an amazing snack to try. I love to share my tips and experiences because I want to help make all trips as memorable and magic as my travels have been.  Learn More About Tammy

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