One of the best places to catch some Disney Halloween decorations is in an unexpected place you might not have visited, so take a look at this unique way to celebrate Halloween in Disney World!
At Fort Wilderness Resort, for a limited time, you can visit the Food Truck Round-Up at the Settlement. From October 24th through October 31st, you can catch some delicious food from 3PM to 9:30PM.
You could get crafted grilled cheese and burgers from Toasted.
At APP’s Food Truck, you’ll find a menu filled with empanadas, burgers, hot dogs, and more.
The Naked Cupcake lets you “dress” your cupcake with toppings of your choosing.
And you’ll find some delicious Mexican cuisine from El Cactus Azul.
On the way into the Campgrounds area of Fort Wilderness, we were so excited to see how guests have transformed the area into a spooky wonderland! We’ve seen how guests decorate for Christmas at Fort Wilderness, and this year guests staying for Halloween did NOT disappoint.
We spotted lots of orange lights and Mickey and Minnie pumpkins and ghosts. There were quite a few inflatable decorations!
Take a look at this epic display with a big poster of Disneyland’s epic Mickey jack-‘o-lantern on Main Street, U.S.A, along with lights and pumpkins.
There was some cute spoopy decor too, like these 101 Dalmatians in Halloween costumes.
The QUEEN Ursula was inflated in all her glory.
It’s not Halloween without an Oogie Boogie appearance.
There were some really cute light-up pumpkin displays.
And check out this Mickey jack-‘o-lantern hanging out with a creepy inflatable witch and giant eyes.
This EPIC display had Jack Skellington driving the Halloween pumpkin carriage of Cinderella’s dreams.
Watch out for this scary ghost hanging out in the woods.
And Maleficent in her dragon form was breathing fire, so watch your step!
Some of the string lights were actually made up of tiny ghosts!
And what would Halloween in Disney World be without Mickey and Minnie in their Halloween best?
We’re so impressed by these guests and their Halloween displays! If you want to check out these Halloween decorations, head to Fort Wilderness Campgrounds. And keep reading DFB for more Disney World Halloween news!
Have you ever decorated at Fort Wilderness? Tell us in the comments!