Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
These air conditioned free-standing dwellings are approximately 504 square feet, 12' wide by 42' long. Each cabin has a separate bedroom with a double bed, bunk beds and a pull down bed in the living area. The cabins will sleep 6 people. There is a full bathroom, with hair dryer, and a living/dining area. This area has a sofa and cable TV/VCR. The dining area has seating for 6. You'll also be provided with an iron/ironing board.
kitchen has all major appliances: a microwave
oven, dishwasher (with packets of soap), coffee maker,
refrigerator with ice maker, stove/broiler and toaster.
It is fully equipped for all of your cooking and dining
needs (minus the food!): cutlery service for 6, paring
knives, manual can opener, serving spoon, measuring cup,
pitcher, casserole, dinnerware service for 6, platter,
Dutch oven, saucepans, skillet, paper towels, dish towel,
sponge, and a drainboard. Outside each cabin, there is
a small deck with your own charcoal grill and picnic
table. Daily maid service is provided. Check-in is 3 p.m.
and check-out is 11 a.m. When checking into the Wilderness
Cabins, guests must park at the Reception outpost and
check in at the front desk there. There is parking for
one car at your cabin. Please note that vehicular traffic
is restricted at Ft. Wilderness
Internet access: The cabins have wired internet access. The fee is $9.95 per 24 contiguous hours.
TIP: For a location close to the main pool, request a cabin in loops 600 or 800 - 1600.
Fort Wilderness Campsites
Privacy for the 784 campsites throughout the 20 loops, is provided by the lush wilderness. The sites are approximately 25' wide and range from 25' to 65' in length. They are a combination of paved driveway and sandy pad. All sites have running water, electricity, charcoal grills and picnic tables. There are full hook-up sites that provide sanitary disposal.
TIP: Preferred hook-up sites are located
near the Settlement Trading Post, Pioneer Hall and the
marina, and offer cable TV hook-up. These sites
may cost a little more and are found in loops 11 through
500 and 700. To be near the Meadow Trading Post,
campfire program and main pool, request loops 600, or
800 through 1600.
Air conditioned comfort stations are found throughout the resort. They have restrooms, private showers, laundry facilities, an ice maker, and phones. All but the laundry facilities are open 24 hours a day. There is camping gear available to rent for those in need. Pets are allowed in designated areas or can be boarded in a kennel near the entrance to the resort. Check-in time is 1 p.m. and check-out is 11 a.m. Guests checking in to the campgrounds may register at the drive-through windows at the Reception Outpost.
The "Cabin": There is one special cabin available. It is 12x15 feet and has no inside sink or toilet. There is a comfort station in the vicinity however. Sleeping accommodations consist of two sets of bunk beds, one being a twin over a full size, so the cabin can sleep 5. It is not air-conditioned and guests must bring their own linens. No maid service is provided here. It could be an inexpensive choice of accommodation for those who enjoy "roughing it" with a roof over their heads.