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Old 01-29-2018, 09:51 AM   #1
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Store Near Disney for Three Days

We have a reservation that starts on a Thursday at Disney. Because of a business trip, I need to park the 5th wheel in Orlando Monday morning, fly out and then back in on Thursday and head to the campground.

Any quick thoughts other than a campground? Has anyone had any luck parking at CW for a few days? Don't need hookups and not planning on deploying slides.

Any help will be appreciated.

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Old 01-29-2018, 10:03 AM   #2
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Some RV parks have storage areas away from the regular RV sites where you can park an RV. Ft Wilderness may not have it (wouldn't hurt to ask) but other RV parks in the area may.
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Old 01-29-2018, 10:33 AM   #3
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Thanks. They don't at Ft. Wilderness. Good idea. I'll check the other campground we've used in the past.
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Be sure to post pictures and review of Ft. Wilderness. I can see us going down there in the not to distant future.
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Old 01-29-2018, 01:50 PM   #5
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Thanks. They don't at Ft. Wilderness. Good idea. I'll check the other campground we've used in the past.
Haven't been there, but I thought they might have temporary parking for RVs as google satellite view shows they have a large RV parking lot off to the side of the entrance facilities showing a lot of RVs in it. Staging area maybe??
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We try to do Fort Wilderness every year for at least 14 days. (this March we are going again) it is by far the best RV resort we have ever stayed at. Plus you get the Disney perks as it is Disney property. i.e transportation to all the parks and Disney Springs, (shopping, dining, outdoor drink stands, margarita shack) if you buy something you can have it sent to the resort, saves you from carrying it around. Dining at Disney Springs is 4-5 star, the Boathouse is a favorite of ours.

Campsites are premium or preferred pricing, premium is more $$ but they are large, secluded and roomy, this is our SOB from last years trip

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