Monday, October 08, 2007

Changes at Disney's Fort Wilderness Campground

Many snowbirds like to spend lengths of Christmas-time/winter at Fort Wilderness Campground inside Walt Disney World.

To lessen the fire danger, Disney crews have done heavy tree-pruning, and removal of much of the ground cover/underbrush.

This left the sites looking bare, and removed much of the privacy and secluded-feeling of this campground since you can now see into adjacent sites, and roadways.

In addition to site repairs/modification, some Disney Cabins (log-sided trailers) have been moved onto some preferred/close sites.

Winter-Season "settlers" may find changes to their favorite campground loop.

A new entertainment option is an organized Seqway cross-country ride on a special off-road version of the stand-up people-mover. Golf cart & bike rentals, horse, carriage and hay rides still remain available at a price.
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