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Room Tour: The New Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

July 2, 2024
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The newest DVC resort, The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, opened today!  Let’s take a look inside one of the brand new cabins.


Kitchen

Upon entering the cabin, you’ll see the full kitchen and a dining table for four.  Unlike the old cabins at Fort Wilderness, the new ones are equipped with a full stove and oven.  You’ll also find a refrigerator, microwave, toaster, dishwasher, and Keurig K-Duo coffee maker that allows you to make a pot of coffee or a single-serve K-cup.  Like other DVC villas, the cabin is well stocked with plates, bowls, cups, utensils, and mugs plus plenty of basic cookware.

Living Room

Next to the kitchen is the living room with a TV, chair, a coffee table that provides some storage, end tables, and the popular Murphy bed that sleeps 2 guests.  This one has artwork featuring Mickey and Pluto visiting Fort Wilderness in a nod to the 1938 animated short, “Mickey’s Trailer.”  The vaulted ceiling and floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room provide lots of natural light and give the cabin a very open feel.  For added privacy, you can draw the curtains, where you can find silhouettes of Chip and Dale running off with some acorns.  

Bedroom

Past the living room is the bedroom with some wonderful Disney touches.  The cabins sleep up to 6 guests, and 4 of them will sleep here.  You’ll find a queen size bed and a bunk bed.  The cozy bunk bed has hidden charging ports in the lanterns and some adorable wall art featuring Chip and Dale. It is adorned with canoe paddles representing Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Goofy.  Underneath the bottom bunk bed are drawers for added storage.

Next to the queen size bed is a nightstand with a phone, a “Hey Disney” device, and some outlets.  The collage of postcards next to the queen size bed references Disney’s River Country, the former water park that operated next to Fort Wilderness from 1976 to 2001.

Across from the queen size bed are a TV, a dresser, and a closet with some hangers and shelves.  Two sets of outlets above the dresser can help charge up your devices.  

Bathroom

On the other side of the kitchen is the bathroom, where you’ll find the walk-in shower, toilet, and sink with a beautiful backlit mirror.  The shower has wall-mounted pumps with body wash, shampoo, and conditioner.  For little ones, the bathroom has a hidden Mickey step stool for easier access to the sink.  Just outside is an additional sink with a makeup mirror.  Note that not every cabin has this extra sink.  

Outdoor Deck

Just outside the cabin is a deck with a table, 2 benches, and 2 chairs–the perfect spot for dining al fresco!

For a closer look at the cabin, watch DVC Fan’s video tour.



Looking to stay in one of the new cabins at Fort Wilderness?  Rent DVC points, and stay there for a fraction of what it would cost if booking through Disney directly.  Check availability, or browse the confirmed reservations

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