Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Oct 23, 2013
    Michael from PA Asked

    I am going on vacation and would like to invite another family. I would like us all to stay on the same campsite in Fort Wilderness. And everyone having the same dining and park packages. Is this allowed and possible. Looking at about 9 PP on 1 site.

    Hi Michael! I believe I might have just answered this question for you from another one you sent but let me answer this again.

    You are certainly allowed up to ten guests per a campsite in Fort Wilderness. This might be an RV with a tent on the site or possibly two tents and no RV. You will need to decide what kind of hook-up you will need if you have an RV and reserve that type of site. When making the reservation be sure and mention it will be an RV as well as a tent so they can make sure to note it and give it consideration when assigning the sites at your arrival.

    Be sure to include each name on the reservation so they can be linked to your My Disney Experience account. This will allow you to select Fastpasses for the group together ahead of time under the new Magic Band technology. You can select and reserve dining for the group and any other activities by making sure they are linked to you and they accept that linking.

    Sounds like you are planning a great family trip soon and there is nothing better then a stay in Fort Wilderness. We have been seeing tons of turkeys and many deer including a large buck and a mom with two new little fawns. When staying here you feel miles away from the busy parks and it is why we love it so much!
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