Mom And Son Spaceship Earth
  • On Mar 9, 2013
    Teresa Asked

    Next November we are going to use the Cabins a Ft Wilderness. We will have a car. Is there any advantages to renting a golf cart if you have a car? (places a golf cart can go/park that a car can't)

    Yes, yes and yes, Teresa!  My family had the opportunity to stay at the Fort Wilderness cabins a few years ago.  We, too, had use of a private vehicle while we were staying there.  Still, we opted to rent a golf cart and we're so glad we did!  While you will be permitted to drive your private vehicle to the door of your cabin, you won't be able to drive around within the resort.  You can certainly come and go to drive to theme parks and other destinations, but you can't drive your car to Pioneer Hall, for example.  There are a ton of recreational opportunities to be had within Fort Wilderness, and the locations for those are scattered around the resort.  If you plan to spend any significant time in and around Fort Wilderness, it is definitely a good idea to rent a golf cart.  During our vacation, we zipped all around the resort--to the pool, the marina for Magic Kingdom boat launch, the store and Pioneer Hall to see the Hoop Dee Doo Musical Revue.  We couldn't have driven to any of those locations in our vehicle.  I hope that helps!  And please don't hesitate to follow up with me if I can answer any further Fort Wilderness questions!
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