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Information and links to maps, videos, Google Earth and mobile apps providing detailed information on Fort Wilderness camping loops, site classifications and site sizes and specs.

UPDATED 11/12/13 with new map.
UPDATED: 11/12/13 as posted on Fort Fiends .net

There are currently 799 campsites at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground. These sites are broken down into 4 classifications:
• Partial Hook-up (90 sites)
• Full Hook-up (156 sites)
• Preferred (123 sites)
• Premium (430 sites)

View Loop Classification Map of Fort Wilderness HERE *NEW 11/12/13

View Transportation Map of Fort Wilderness HERE

Videos of all camping loops/sites with site numbers HERE

For a 3D Google Earth view of the Fort Wilderness Campsites, CLICK HERE

Fort Wilderness Sites Mobile App - available for Android and Apple iOS, this mobile app gives detailed information on all 799 campsites at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

Master Loop Classification List for Campsites:
100 - Preferred
200 - Preferred
300 - Preferred Pet
400 - Premium Pet
500 - Premium Pet
600 - Premium Pet
700 - Premium Pet
800 - Premium Pet
900 - Premium Pet
1000 - Premium
1100 - Premium
1200 - Premium
1300 - Premium
1400 - Premium
1500 - Partial Hook-up
1600 - Full Hook-up Pet
1700 - Full Hook-up Pet
1800 - Full Hook-up Pet
1900 - Full Hook-up Pet
2000 - Partial Hook-up

Tents are allowed on any level of site - partial hook-up, full hook-up, preferred or premium. Preferred sites tend to have a smaller sand/coquina area and a larger paved driveway for RVs and travel trailers. Premium sites are fully paved, have no sand pad and tend to be not only longer, but approx. 3' wider than most other classes of sites. The paved entrances to Premium sites are also wider to make it easier to back in bigger rigs.

Fort rules state that only popups, van campers, and tents are allowed on partial hook-up loops.

Camp sites are back in only. There are no pull-through sites.

Pets are welcome in designated pet loops. There is a $5 per night fee for campers with pets (flat fee regardless of number of pets). The loops closest to the dog park are 300, 400 & 500.

Loops with the easiest access to the Meadows/Pool area are 600, 1300 & 1400.

Most camping loops include Comfort Station that provide private showers, laundry facilities and ice machines. Loops 600 and 700 do not have comfort stations.

There is parking available at campsites for one vehicle plus your camping vehicle. Additional vehicles should be parked in the overflow parking lot near the Outpost Reception area (be sure to ask for an extra parking pass).

Wired/FREE internet access is provided at all sites. Disney is in the process of adding FREE WiFi throughout their resorts and theme parks. There is currently FREE Wi-Fi available at some campsites at Fort Wilderness, but not all. For the latest information on Internet Access at Fort Wilderness, CLICK HERE.

NOTE FOR PEOPLE TRAVELING WITH OTHERS STAYING IN THE FORT WILDERNESS CABINS: The 1100 camping loop (Premium - no pets) is very close to the 2100 cabin loop. For more info/photos, see the Cabin Page.

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Partial Hook-up
Sites vary in length and are intended to be used for tents, pop-ups and van camper-type vehicles. Sites include a paved driveway and large sand/coquina pad.

Fort Wilderness published rules state that Partial Hook-Up campsites can not accommodate motorhomes and travel trailers, and can accommodate:
1 tent, popup or van camper + 1 tent, maximum of 10 Guests
– or -
2 tents, maximum of 10 Guests

No Pets are allowed on Partial Hookup sites.

Hook-Ups include: *
power (see below), water, cable, wired/paid internet access

Power provided:
110 volt/20 Amp
110 volt/30 Amp
220 volt/50 Amp Service

Also included:
picnic table and charcoal grill (no fire pits provided / no campfires allowed)

*NOTE: There is no dump station at the Fort.

Loops:
1500 - Cottontail Curl
2000 - Spanish Moss Lane

Comfort Stations:
• between 1500 & 1600
• 2000 (2 comfort stations at opposite ends of the loop)
(view map)

Additional Notes:
Loop 2000 tends to have larger sand areas with no obstructions for large tent setups, but is more isolated.
Loop 1500 is right in the middle of the action, but the the sand areas are a bit smaller and may have obstructions like trees in weird places.


The following is a representation of the typical Partial Hook-up site layout - individual site layouts vary.
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Full Hook-up
Designated for all levels of campers, sites vary in length. Sites are a combination of paved and sand/coquina.

Fort Wilderness published rules state that Full Hook-Up campsites can accommodate:
1 RV + 1 tent, maximum of 10 Guests
– or -
2 tents, maximum of 10 Guests

Pets are allowed on designated loops.

Hook-Ups include:
power (see below), water, cable, sewer, wired/paid internet access

Power provided:
110 volt/20 Amp
110 volt/30 Amp
220 volt/50 Amp Service

Also included:
picnic table and charcoal grill (no fire pits provided / no campfires allowed)

Loops:
1600 - Timber Trail (Pet Loop)
1700 - Hickory Hollow (Pet Loop)
1800 - Conestoga Trail (Pet Loop)
1900 - Wagon Wheel Way (Pet Loop)

Comfort Stations
• between 1500 & 1600
• between 1600 & 1800
• between 1700 & 1900
(view map)



The following is a representation of the typical Full Hook-Up site layout - individual site layouts vary.
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Preferred
Designated for all levels of campers, sites vary in length. Sites are a combination of paved and sand/coquina. Preferred sites are similar in size/configuration/services to Full-Hookup sites. The locations of the loops are what classify them as “preferred” as they are located close to the Settlement/Marina area.

Fort Wilderness published rules state that Preferred campsites can accommodate:
1 RV + 1 tent, maximum of 10 Guests
– or -
2 tents, maximum of 10 Guests

Pets are allowed on designated loops.

Hook-Ups include:
power (see below), water, cable, sewer, wired/paid internet access

Power provided:
110 volt/20 Amp
110 volt/30 Amp
220 volt/50 Amp Service

Also included:
picnic table and charcoal grill (no fire pits provided / no campfires allowed)

Loops:
100 - Bay Tree Lane
200 - Palmetto Path
300 - Cypress Knee Circle (Pet Loop)

Comfort Stations
• between 100 & 200
• 300
(view map)

Additional Notes:
The dog park is located close to the entrance to the 300 loop.
There is a grassy dog walk area located behind the 300 loop along one of the canals. The entrance to the dog walk is near site 328.

The following is a representation of the typical Preferred site layout - individual site layouts vary.
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Premium
Designated for all levels of campers. Site is fully paved to accommodate large campers and motor homes. There is no sand/coquina pad.

Fort Wilderness published rules state that Premium campsites can accommodate:
1 RV + 1 tent, maximum of 10 Guests
– or -
2 tents, maximum of 10 Guests

Pets are allowed on designated loops.

Hook-Ups include:
power (see below), water, cable, sewer, wired/paid internet access

Power provided:
110 volt/20 Amp
110 volt/30 Amp
220 volt/50 Amp Service

Also included:
picnic table and charcoal grill (no fire pits provided / no campfires allowed)

Loops:
400 - Whispering Pine Way (Pet Loop)
500 - Buffalo Bend (Pet Loop)
600 - Sunny Sage Way (Pet Loop)
700 - Cinnamon Fern Way (Pet Loop)
800 - Jack Rabbit Run (Pet Loop)
900 - Quail Trail (Pet Loop)
1000 - Raccoon Lane
1100 - Possum Path
1200 - Dogwood Drive
1300 - Tumbleweed Turn
1400 - Little Bear Path & Big Bear Path

Comfort Stations
• between 400 & 500
• 800
• 900
• between 1200 & 1300
• 1400
(view map)

Additional Notes:
Loops 600 & 700 do not have comfort stations.
Loops 400 & 500 are close to the dog park.

The following is a representation of the typical Premium site layout - individual site layouts vary.
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This article is a work in progress. If you have any additional information or edits, please PM BradyBzLyn12.
as posted on Fort Fiends .net
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14 Comments

This is some great information!!!!!
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Thanks for posting this info about the camp sites at Fort Wilderness. This is very helpful info about the pet loops too!
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Thanks for the great info :banana:
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Stay tuned - more info coming! :)
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Not complainin or nuttin as great job so far but I do have a suggestion.

The premium loops are not only longer as stated but also about 3 feet wider and even wider at the front for easier backing in of large rigs.
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Wish we had this much info before our first trip. Even now it is great work. Thanks !:banana:

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"The premium loops are not only longer as stated but also about 3 feet wider and even wider at the front for easier backing in of large rigs."

Got it! Just added this notation as well - thanks! :)
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That's a good point about the Premium sites. We had booked a full hookup when we were renting a 5th Wheel from MakeCampingEasy.com When we went in our new 5er we tried a full hook-up site, but I had a terrible time getting it in and then the hook-ups were where we couldn't use our slide and trees were in the way of the awning. They sent us to a Premium site and it was SO MUCH EASIER to maneuver our RV in to the site. The wider area at the front makes a tremendous difference. The longer pavement also gives you more flexibility in placement.
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Monique, could we get a loop request form added to the front page? I know somebody said it was in FAQ, but I can't find it. It would make my life easier if it was in a spot that is easy to find :banana:

If it's here someplace already would you point me in the right direction :blink:
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Never mind I found it :rofl2:
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This thread rocks!
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Thank you so much for this Monique - very helpful
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Answered my questions.  Thanks

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This is a really helpful guide, thank you!

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