Child with Woody at Disney' Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground
  • On Nov 16, 2017
    Kimberly from FL Asked

    In the cabins at the Wilderness Campground, is there a door separating the living area and the bedroom?

    Hi Kimberly!

    I love how Disney has redesigned the Fort Wilderness Cabins. They have added more storage and a better living area configuration.

    The bedroom is still the same size but it does have a door to close it off from the kitchen, bathroom, and living area. It also has its own separate door to the deck if you have guests sleeping in the living room and some of you come in later in the evening. You can do this without entering the main door and waking anyone up.

    The kitchen is redesigned giving you far more room and all new appliances. Instead of a Murphy bed in the living area they have added a nice queen size hide a bed where you can watch your favorite movies or shows on the big flat screen tv mounted where the Murphy bed used to be.

    My family loves the cabins and love the peacefulness that they offer. You will not have sounds from rooms next door since each cabin is separate and on their own. Enjoy your stay!
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