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Old 01-23-2015, 02:58 PM   #41
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As was mentioned the "Prefered" sites are loops 100-200 and 300(pet loop) and they are closer to the Marina/Stettlement than the full hook-up sites 1600-1900. As to pad size and amenities(water elec sewer cable) they are basically the same and both have concrete pads as well as coquina (sand) pads.However since100-300 are the original sites they are much closer together than 1600-1900 so backing in can be more of a challenge. The full hook-up sites are closer to the pool, movie and Sing-along than 100=300.

Premium sites (400-1400) all have large concrete pads (no coquina) and have been re-worked to accomodate the bigger rigs. 400-500 & 700 are as close to the Marina as 100-300.
Grumpy, forgive my ignorance as I have read this 10 times. Are you saying that the entire campground [all the sites] are full hook-up? We'd love to go there some time.
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Old 01-23-2015, 03:02 PM   #42
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Except 1500 and 2000 those are listed as "Tent pop-up" (water electric cable)if you are looking at their Web site. Also there is no dump station so "tent-pop-up" means just that.
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Staying at the Fort was our highlight of last summer. We stayed in the 400 loop and it was packed full. It tested my backing skills to the max but made it on the first try. The 400 loop was the perfect area close to the marina for our daily boat ride. We did not rent a golf cart but if we had been in any loop farther away a golf cart would have been a must.
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To keep track of the kids we made some tshirts also !!! This did help a lot when they were getting off rides to find them.
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Old 01-24-2015, 06:00 AM   #45
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What about handicap scooter access to transportation from the Ft? I will be on a small 4 wheel scooter and will need to have access to park transportation. Does anyone know the answer? This will be my first time at the Ft.
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All Disney buses are ramp equipped, including the internal FORT buses.

Direct transportation to the Magic Kingdom is by boat and you can ride your scooter right onto the boat. If for some reason they are running a big and small boat (which happens on occasion, but rare) you will have to wait for the big boat. You can also ride the bus to Wilderness Lodge and transfer to the Magic Kingdom bus there, but that would take a lot more time.

Access to all the other Parks from the FORT is by bus which you get at the Outpost which is by check in. You ride the internal bus to that location and then transfer.
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We plan on going in 2019. May sound like a bit of advanced planning, but just found out our daughter-in-law is due in August, so our first grandchild will be 4 by then. Now if August would only hurry up and get here!!
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Thanks Grumpy. I walk fine, I just can't stand for long periods. I was at WDW this past Christmas and used a scooter for the first time and it worked great. We did not stay at the Ft. however, didn't decide to go until too late, but have reservations for Christmas 2015 already.
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Thanks Grumpy. I walk fine, I just can't stand for long periods. I was at WDW this past Christmas and used a scooter for the first time and it worked great. We did not stay at the Ft. however, didn't decide to go until too late, but have reservations for Christmas 2015 already.
Reserve a Golf Cart for at least one day of your stay so you can ride around and see all the decorations at the camp sites. They run about 65 a day, but you need to do it in advance.
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