Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground isn’t necessarily the easiest location to visit (unless you’re camping there, of course), but guests who make the trip to visit the dining destinations find the time it takes to get there worthwhile.
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The Chuck Wagon is a Food Truck (fittingly themed like a vintage RV!) that is most often parked at the Meadow Trading Post, offering Counter Service options to campers gathered in the area for Chip N Dale’s Campfire Sing-A-Long and some mealtimes beyond.
Crockett’s Tavern is a full service bar tucked in Trail’s End Restaurant. You can also order at the Tavern’s window before you carry your drink to enjoy in a nearby rocking chair.
Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue celebrated it’s 45th Anniversary in 2019. This rootin’ tootin’ good time of a dinner show — held nightly on a vaudevillian stage in Pioneer Hall — is a bonafide Disney treasure.
Meadow Snack Bar is located at Meadow Swimmin’ Pool and allows guests to enjoy a full meal (or a snack, if preferred) poolside.
P&Js Southern Takeout serves up takeout offerings for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. While you are welcome to take meals back to your site, a few tables with umbrellas are available just outside as well, to keep you right in the heart of all the fun happening on the Settlement.
Trail’s End Restaurant offers a standout of a buffet for breakfast and dinner (a favorite for many Disney World guests) and a la carte options for lunch, all served up in a wonderfully rustic setting.
Guests from other Resorts or the parks can access Disney’s Fort Wilderness by boat from the Magic Kingdom, or by bus from any of the four theme parks and Disney Springs. Note that, to visit most locations at the Campground, you’ll need to board the Resort’s internal bus service once you’re there, so plan to add about a half hour to your travel plans accordingly.