How to Camp in Disney World, Florida
- 1). Log onto the Disney World website. Enter your travel dates and the kind of campsite you need. As of 2011, Fort Wilderness has four types of sites: tent, full hookups, preferred and premium. Vacationers pay more for preferred and premium locations. Premium sites feature an extra large concrete pad. Reserve your campsite by paying for the booking on the website or by phoning the reservations agent. Print out copies of all reservations and confirmation numbers.
- 2). Pack your RV or camper full of food, games and drinks. RVs up to 45 feet long can be accommodated. Provisions are available in the park, but are a bit more expensive than at outside grocery stores. Check in and ask for any updates on bringing in firewood from outside sources. Outside firewood may not be allowed in the campground due to insect infestations.
- 3). Do not leave your pets unattended during your stay. Pets must be leashed in the campground. There is a leash-free play zone where four-legged visitors can run.
- 4). Respect quiet hours. Turn off stereos and generators and turn down the volume on televisions. Quiet hours are typically between 10 p.m. and 8 a.m.
- 5). Check on vacation camping packages that include discounted tickets in Disney theme parks.