The family and I had the pleasure of spending a week down in disney last month. I know that fort wilderness isn't what most people normally look for in a campground (I include myself in that), but I consider it was met our needs perfectly for this vacation. We chose the second week in November because it is suppose to be on of the non busiest weeks and it did not dissapoint. Weather was amazing. Rained for maybe an hour all week and the temps were 60's at night and high of 70's during the day. We took a day and a half to travel the 1250 miles. We arrive a couple hours before our site was ready but our golf cart was available so we grabbed our bathroom bags and showered and had a pretty decent brunch buffet. It was our youngest child's birthday and when the server found out she made sure he was treated like a king. Special birthday pins are available, so where ever he went all the employees would wish him a happy birthday. Now normally I would prefer to go to a campground without golf carts and on site restaurants, and we would be fine without water and electric. But our main focus was the amusement parks, so after 15 hours at magic kingdom, it was nice to have some of those luxuries. As expected the camp store, restaurant, and bar were pricey. The snack bar at pool and campfire/movie night werent to bad. The pool itself wasn't crowded and was huge. Our loop was mostly tent campers when we got there and they were mostly quiet. By the end of the week a large group of pop up campers moved in and boy were they obnoxious. Kids riding bikes through sites, loud as late as 11pm and kids driving golf carts alone. The kids driving the golf cart alone bothered me enough to call the front desk, 30 min later it was still going on so I made a trip to the office. They said it was handled but would not elaborate how. When I got back the wife said an employee saw them and stopped it while I was gone. Was kinda surprised they didnt take the cart away. The bus transportation (boat for magic kingdom) were all reliable and useful. We had the park hopper so 4 out of our 5 park days we came back to the camper for lunch. Trip home we got a flat outside of Charlotte but found a shop and had it fixed in a hour. It was also snowing starting in west Virginia till we got home. The few negative from the trip; no fires at campsite without approved pit (Not like we had time.) Washer and dryer prices. Kids driving the golf carts. Positives/suggestions; save an extra day for just the campground, plenty of stuff to do on a rest day. Get a golf cart, it's pricey, but I couldn't imagine having to take a bus to get around the campground. If going in in November or December, bring some Christmas decorations, some people really go all out so try to join in. Take advantage of buses, we would leave a park at noon go back to the campsite have a decent lunch and be in a different park by 2. On the amusement park side of things we recomend getting the park hopper and memory maker (pictures). We didn't really enjoy Hollywood studios so left after a couple hours and spent an extra half day at animals kingdom. And leave the picture taking up to the professionals with memory maker and the photos pop up in your phone within an hour. So this was our last trip to disney. The kids are all getting older 14, 11, and 8. It was the third time going for the wife and two older children, the second for our youngest, and my fifth time. It's expensive. It's far away. It's expensive lol. This list of reasons why we won't go back is very long..... Don't tell my wife, but I can't wait to go back!