Fort Wilderness

Disney’s Magical Express Coming to an End

Disney has begun to remove signage at the Walt Disney Resorts for “Disney’s Magical Express” which was a FREE shuttle service for guests from Orlando International Airport and each Walt Disney Resort. The free service which started in 2005 will come to an end on January 1, 2022. It is assumed that the signage within

Is This the Final Straw for Disney Fans? Disney Cancels the Magical Express

Did Disney just push loyal fans to the breaking point? Could this be the final straw that deters loyal fans from visiting the Disney World Resort in Orlando? Disney announced yesterday that they would no longer be offering the Magical Express in 2022 for those visitors that stay at one of the Disney World Resorts. 

Disney Sends Email to Guests with Resort Reservations

Below is a copy of the email that was sent to customers that have active reservations at Disney Resorts.

Discover A Message from Mickey Mouse After Your Walt Disney World Resort Vacation

If you stay 3 nights or longer at a Disney Resort Hotel during 2020, you will receive a letter thanking you for visiting.  This is no ordinary letter.  Within the letter there will be a QR code that will unlock a hidden screen on the Play Disney Parks app.  This screen will allow you to

Disney Raises Resort Parking Fees

Disney has announce that parking fees at the Disney World Resort hotels would be increasing ahead of the opening of Galaxy’s Edge in August. New parking rates are as follows: Value Resorts: Raised from $13/night to $15/night Moderate Resorts: Raised form $19/night to $20/night Deluxe Resorts: Raised from $24/night to $25/night All increased rates will

Parking Restrictions at Fort Wilderness Resort and Campgrounds

For those that enjoy visiting Fort Wilderness for the beautiful natural landscape or to try many of the restaurants and/or outdoor activities, Disney has made changes to the parking restrictions at the resort. Access to parking will now be limited to guests with resort, dining, or activity reservations within the complex. This means that if

Evacuation of Fort Wilderness at Disney World Ordered Ahead of Hurricane

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground will close at 2:00pm on Thursday as a precautionary measure ahead of Hurricane Matthew. Guests are now being ordered to leave the resort by then, rather than it being simply suggested. All RVs are being accommodated in the Cruella Lot of the Magic Kingdom parking area. Campground guests are

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