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Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Our Favoritest Campground.


It's Walt Disney World's Fort Wilderness Campground!


All the sites are shady, with level concrete pads and full hook ups.


During different times of the year, campers decorate their campsites.


There is a nice pond where you can fish or rent canoes.


A nice pool area.


The kiddie pool has been upgraded since this picture was taken, it now even nicer.


At the marina, you can rent boats to sail on the Seven Seas Lagoon.


You also can catch a boat to the Magic Kingdom, sometimes it's a little one.


Other times, it's a big one.


For this year's trip, we had a premium site, it was really big...and nice!


Pirate Andrew and Owie loved riding around in our rental golf cart.  You can rent them here, or bring your own.


Fort Wilderness takes pride in their cleanliness, here a worker is pressure washing the fence rails and the signs!



It's no wonder people come from long distances to camp at Fort Wilderness!


The only bad thing is finding the dreaded yellow envelope on your windshield.  It's your sign that it's your checkout day and you have to go home. :c( 


Fortunately, there is always next year!

Thanks for visiting and please feel free to leave a comment.

6 comments:

  1. Wow, that really is nice. How much is it? A pretty penny I'll bet :-))

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  2. Looks great! Come read about geocaching - my blog post for today. http://standstillwith.blogspot.com/

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  3. Diana,

    Welcome! I'm a big fan of your blog and was sorry I missed you when you were in Manassas, I'm right next door, in Gainesville.

    The cost isn't really that expensive when you go in the off season, you can get a reasonable nightly rate from January to mid February. We love to spend our pennies on the grandkids!

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  4. Levonne,

    Will do, I need to learn about geocaching, I want to try it out. Thanks for the invite!

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  5. We love Fort Wilderness too!! We love it because it is nice to return to the peace and quite after spending time at the Parks. Just a nice contrast. We tried to visit once a year also.

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