Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- We will be driving 2 vehicles. First question, at the Fort Wilderness Cabins is there parking available close to the cabins for extra vehicles? If we book one package (Total of 6 people) can we get free parking for both vehicles.
- - Asked by Neal from Texas on 2/20/2014
Although Disney used to only allow one car per campsite, I noticed on our recent trip to Fort Wilderness in January that there was no limit given either for a campsite or a cabin under their Vehicles, Carts and Recreational Devices Rules and Regulations nor in the new booklet they gave us at check-in. However, it is implied on their website under the "Parking" heading here that you should park your extra vehicle in the overflow parking lot adjacent to the fort's Outpost.
When we stayed in the cabins, we had enough room to park our car and our golf cart; our in-laws were able to park two cars on their cabin's parking pad because they had six adults sharing their cabin. I think you'll find that most pads will accommodate one large car (like an SUV or full-size truck) and a small sedan. You can ask for an extra parking pass at check-in.
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