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  • On Jun 15, 2019
    Lena from TX Asked

    What is the limit of vehicles that can stay overnight at the cabins at Fort Wilderness.

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, Lena!

    In less than a week you will be making yourself at home in your very own cabin in the enchanted woods surrounding the Most Magical Place on Earth.  That is what I call "glamping!"  I am so excited for you to start your vacation!

    I will be staying at The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort later this summer for the first time.  I cannot wait to try this unique Walt Disney World Resort option.  It will be fun to have all the benefits of staying on property with a little more space, privacy and tranquility!

    While staying in one of these cozy cabins you have parking space for one motorized vehicle at your campsite.  If you are traveling with more than one vehicle, you should notify the resort to add this vehicle to your stay.  Additional vehicles will be assessed a fee and need to be parked in designated parking spaces.

    Don't forget to use all of the great resort and theme park transportation during your stay.  It's a great way to travel between the parks and resorts without having to move your vehicles!

    Enjoy making memories this summer!  Angie


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Meet the Panelist: Angie, Minnesota

Hello there Castaways! I have followed the adventures of mermaids and pirates alike since I was a young princess myself.  Disney and the sea are two of my passions.  My husband and I, along with our two little adventurers, love traveling the world sailing on Disney Cruise Line.  Let's work together to chart a course to a vacation that you will remember for a lifetime! Learn More About Angie

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