Question about Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort

Traveling Nest

Traveling Nest asked on 8/15/2022

We have a 30-ft 5th wheel and will be staying in a preferred loop. Will the site be large enough for the trailer and truck?

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DWilley
DWilley
Tampa, FL
44' Grand Design Grand Design Solitude 390RK
Ford F350 Dually
26 reviews

Answered on 8/16/2022:

No problem! We have a 44'. We actually put his dually in the overflow parking because I also follow with my jeep and we didn't want both in the site. You're going to love it there.
Rbpinney
Rbpinney
Parker, CO
30' Keystone Hornet 5th Wheel
2011 Chevy Silverado - Duramax
13 reviews

Answered on 8/15/2022:

That's what we have too. Not sure about 'preferred loop', but our regular site was large enough for both.
24 reviews

Answered on 8/15/2022:

Absolutely! We stayed there in our 42 ft 5th wheel and dually truck in a preferred loop.
KnKFoster
KnKFoster
North Palm Beach, FL
38' Newmar Canyon Star
65 reviews

Answered on 8/15/2022:

We stayed with a 39’ fifth wheel and truck multiple times and always could fit. That said some sites, even preferred, can be difficult to get into. We had a problem getting into a site and we called them, they gave us several other options. When checking in you can request a particular site or loop, they are usually very accommodating.
1 review

Answered on 8/15/2022:

We had a 30' Airstream and our 20' Ram truck in a preferred site and everything fit on the site. Here is our review of Ft. Wilderness: https://livinginbeauty.net/2018/03/08/disneys-fort-wilderness/
2 reviews

Answered on 8/15/2022:

The preferred loop, 100, 200
Tim
Tim
OH
37' Grand Design Reflection
Ford F250 4x4
8 reviews

Answered on 8/15/2022:

You might want to upgrade to get more space. Or you’ll use to move the picnic table to get your truck into the site. There is a slab and then rocks which you may be able to park on.
Pilotml
Pilotml
FL
22' Winnebago Micro Minnie 1800BH
Honda Pilot AWD
8 reviews

Answered on 8/15/2022:

I have a 30ft TT and fit with my truck sideways across the front.