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  • On Sep 28, 2011
    Lance from TN Asked

    We are considering renting a small Class B RV(campervan)for our trip to WDW. The RV(Roadtrek Adventurous) is 22 feet long but only as wide as a van. We will be staying at a Disney resort NOT the campground. Which resorts can accommodate parking a small RV?

    Hi Lance,

    An RV camper sounds like a great way to travel to the Walt Disney World Resorts. I would love to tour in an RV one day.

    In general, the Campground at Fort Wilderness was designed to accommodate guests who like to travel in an RV. Guests could hook up and not have to unpack into a resort room. Plus the spirit of the Old West is alive at this campground.

    As for the other resorts, they do not have to let you park an RV on site. It is up to the manager of security to determine if it is safe for you to park your RV at the resort you are staying at based on different factors. They could ask you to park your RV at the overflow lot near Ft. Wilderness for free during your stay. You would then drop your RV off in this lot and head either to a park or your resort.

    Wishing you a magical vacation!
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