After a long day on the range, there’s nothing better than coming home to a hearty — and affordable! — meal. Come to think of it, there’s nothing better than starting out a long day with the same!
Trail’s End Restaurant has long been a favorite among die-hard Disney fans who know where to find good food at moderate prices — even on Disney property. While you will have to travel for this food (Fort Wilderness isn’t easy to get to unless you’re staying there), it’s worth it. And stick around to have a look at Fort Wilderness while you’re there — it’s one of Disney World’s original lodging centers and had Walt’s seal of approval. There’s a lot of history here…
Trail’s End is currently featuring family-style skillets for breakfast and dinner (as opposed to the spot’s traditional buffet). They’re also serving a not-so-little something called the Covered Wagon Sundae!
If you’re hankerin’ for a meal that’s not a sit-down restaurant, you’ll also find P&J’s Southern Takeout (also known as Trail’s End To-Go) offering takeaway meals from a counter inside the same building that houses Trail’s End.
Type of Food: American
Location: Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campgrounds, Walt Disney World
Disney Dining Plan: Yes, 1 table service credit
Tables in Wonderland: Yes (excludes take-out)
Disney Food Blog Review: Trail’s End Dinner Buffet (and NEW Baked Potato Bar!) Review
Disney Food Blog Review: Trail’s End Restaurant Lunch Review
Guest Review: New Breakfast Offerings Come to Trail’s End at Fort Wilderness
Guest Review: Trail’s End Restaurant at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort
Disney Food Blog Review: Trail’s End Restaurant at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort
Guest Review: Trail’s End Dinner Buffet at Disney World’s Fort Wilderness Resort
PHOTOS & VIDEOS: First Look at Trail’s End Restaurant Breakfast in Disney World!
PHOTOS: First Look at Family-Style Dinner at Trail’s End in Disney World!
Review: Should You Venture Into the Woods For All-You-Can-Eat $20 Breakfast in Disney World?
Review: We’re Eatin’ Barbecue and a Massive Sundae in a HAT at Trail’s End in Disney World!
- Due to vehicle restrictions, you may need to take either the boat or the internal bus at this Resort. Please allow enough time to travel to Trail’s End Restaurant.
- If you’re making the trip to Fort Wilderness, consider combining a dinner trip with Chip and Dale’s Campfire and Sing-a-long, followed by a Disney movie. This all takes place not far from Trail’s End Restaurant (thanks to the internal bus service), and it’s free!
Famous Dishes: Breakfast Skillet, Smokehouse Skillet (Dinner), Covered Wagon Sundae
Disney Food Blog Posts Mentioning Trail’s End Restaurant