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  • On Oct 10, 2012
    Joanne from NB Asked

    we are planning a WDW vacation in March (4 adults + 3 girls age 5, 5, 2) wilderness resort cabins state a maximum of 6 people. As the 2 year old always sleeps with her parents is it possible to reserve a cabin

    Yes, Joanne!  The cabins at Fort Wilderness do indeed accommodate six people, with a bit of a catch.  A seventh (wee little bitty) person can squeeze in, too!  That is to say that the cabins will accommodate six plus one child under the age of three in a portable crib.  Whether or not you choose to make use of the crib is entirely up to you, but rest assured that your particular party of seven can be accommodated at Fort Wilderness in the cabins. 
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