Disney all-inclusive vacations might just be the trick if you’re ready for a happily ever after family trip. An all-inclusive vacation to Disney World can make this dream come true, and all-inclusive options help make it affordable for many travelers. Family trips to Disney World can be expensive once you add up all the individual costs of hotels, theme park tickets, transportation, food, and extra entertainment. If you’ve never been to Disney World before, it will be difficult to budget all of these things. An all-inclusive Disney World vacation can do the budgeting for you—all you need to do is pick the best package for your family!
There are many resorts to stay in at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. The one that we are going to focus on today is Fort Wilderness Resort.
Loving the outdoors
Nestled on 750 acres of pine and cypress forest, Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground will take you back in time to the frontier days. This beautiful forest is teeming with wildlife such as deer, ducks, armadillos, and rabbits. The resort welcomes you to delight in scenic woodland trails, an amazing white-sand beach, and exciting pool areas.
What makes it unique?
Wilderness cabins at Fort Wilderness are not your typical cabins. They are feature rich with such amenities as a living room, full bathroom, private patio, charcoal grill and fully equipped kitchen. The cabins here have lots of rooms, they can sleep up to 6 adults and an extra perk is housekeeping does the dishes for you. Housekeeping will also pick up the groceries and supplies from the trading posts and rent a golf cart or bike to zip around the resort with ease and fun.
Just cool off
At Fort Wilderness, there will be barrels of fun at the Meadow Swimmin’ Pool featuring a corkscrew water-slide, whirlpool spa and for the beginner swimmers a kiddie pool. One of the nice features is the little kiddo friendly water play area with tot-friendly water slides. Don’t worry they have not forgotten the big kids too! If you want some peace and quiet, they have an all age’s pool and whirlpool spa to wind down and cool off in.
Dining for everyone
Don’t worry you won’t be eatin’ any possum or squirrel here. Fort Wilderness may have a rough and tumble name, but there are plenty of dining options. You can grab a quick bite, casually dine, go to a dinner show or just lounge around while eating out. Here are some of the dining options:
- Trail’s End Restaurant
- Meadow Snack Bar
- Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue
- Mickey’s Backyard BBQ
- Crockett’s Tavern
If you don’t want to dine at the resort, don’t worry, you can grab a bus and conveniently go to many Disney restaurants within the Magic Kingdom Resort area.
What else can you do at Fort Wilderness at Disney?
There are plenty of recreational things to take advantage of at Disney. Here are just some of the many ideas:
- Relax at the pools
- Wilderness Archery Experience
- Tri-Circle-D Ranch
- Holiday Sleigh Rides
- Pony Rides
- Wagon Rides
- Chip ‘N’ Dales Campfire Sing-A-Long
- Movies under the stars
- Motorized boat rentals
- Canoe Rentals
- Kayak Rentals
- Bike Rentals
- Basketball Courts
- Jogging Trails
- Daniel Boones Wilderness Arcade
- Davey Crockett’s Wilderness Arcade
- Wilderness Back Trail Adventure
- Escape to Walt’s Wilderness
With Walt Disney World, there are many choices for “all inclusive” resorts to choose from. You can tailor your next vacation getaway to what you want to experience. Disney has everything from Pop Century, Caribbean Beach, Animal Kingdom, Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa to Port Orleans, All-Star Music, Coronado Springs, All-Star Sports and don’t forget Disney’s Art of Animation Resort and much more.