Are all cabins the same?
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The Fort Wilderness Cabins are identical inside. Location within the resort is the key consideration - proximity to the quiet pool, bus stops, and the like. You can use a resort map for that.
The Fort Wilderness Cabins are actually mobile homes. About 10-12 years ago the original mobile homes were completely replaced by a new model that fit the same foundation. At that time they built new outdoor decks as well. When they were doing that, the nearby air strip (which you can see when approaching Magic Kingdom) was used as a staging area for the new cabins - they were lined up, row by row, almost like railroad cars. As an old one was removed, a new one was moved into place.
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Yes the cabins are all the same. I've stayed there many times and would reccomend you request a cabin close to a bus stop. I've never had a problem getting this request and after a long day it then saves a long walk back to your cabin too.
I liked our stay at the cabins, enjoyed the quiet not hearing other guests, but to me the golf cart would be a must have. Son loved staying at the cabins with his kids. It would be a hard place to stay now without him.
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