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  • On Jan 7, 2011
    Dawn from WI Asked

    My family is staying at the Fort Wilderness Campground and I will be ordering groceries for our stay. I am wondering how I can find out exactly what kind of cookware and bakeware is available in our cabin so I know what sort of meals I can prepare.

    Hi Dawn,

    My family recently stayed in a Cabin at Fort Wilderness. We found that AllEars dot net had a very detailed description of what is provided in the Cabin kitchens. For your convenience, below is that list.

    Kitchen includes:
    full-size refrigerator with icemaker
    electric stove
    microwave
    dishwasher
    1 4-cup coffee maker (with 1 filter-pack of coffee)
    1 10 cup coffee maker (stored in cupboard)
    toaster
    tea kettle
    flatware for 6: forks, salad forks, teaspoons, soups spoons, knives and steak knives
    dinnerware for 6: mugs, cereal bowls, dinner plates, dessert plates
    6 handled mason jar glasses
    1 serving spoon
    1 glass measuring cup
    1 2 qt. pitcher
    1 2 qt. casserole with lid
    1 glass baking dish
    1 oval platter
    manual can opener
    bottle opener
    corkscrew
    cutting board
    bread knife
    ladle
    spatula
    1 12" skillet
    1 1 qt. saucepan with lid
    1 2 qt. saucepan with lid
    Dutch oven with lid
    metal colander
    spoon rest
    2 potholders
    2 sponges
    4 cloth dish towels
    fire extinguisher (under sink)
    packets of dishwasher soap
    liquid dish soap
    paper towels (under sink)
    trash bags (under sink)

    NOT INCLUDED are salt, pepper, sugar (or sweetener), coffee, coffee filters, or small drinking glasses for the bathroom.

    Hope this helps and have a wonderful vacation with your family,

    Kaylene
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Meet the Panelist: Kaylene, Massachusetts

I'm a blessed Mom of five fabulous kids, a Disney Vacation Club member, and an Annual Passholder. I've stayed in every Disney Resort on property, and I've traveled to Walt Disney World Resort with infants, toddlers, tweens, teens, grandparents, and on countless multi-generational family vacations! Learn More About Kaylene

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