Fort Wilderness question

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by mom2poohfan, Sep 30, 2003.

  1. mom2poohfan

    mom2poohfan Earning My Ears

    Sep 16, 2003
    Hi, My mother has reservations at Fort Wilderness in November. She would really like to stay at the campground, but is a little nervous about being able to handle backing the camper into the spot. It is about a 24 ft. Does anyone know if there are people at Fort Wilderness who are available to help with this type of problem.

    My brother is normally with her, so he takes care of the camper, but he will not be going this trip.

    Her only other option is to stay off site, and she hates to do this.

    Thanks so much for your replies. Any help or suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
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  3. FloridaCat

    FloridaCat <font color=blue>WL Vet<br><font color=red>Wild Wa

    Jun 23, 2003
    I am sure there wil be CM's that will do it. Just ask at check in.
  4. Penny2

    Penny2 <font color=green>"Fairy with a Tude"<br>I tink ha

    Nov 10, 1999
    If I remember campers from my camping days...I'm sure some kind-hearted male soul will assist. Camping seems to bring out the community spirit in people anyway and add that to DW and I'm sure she'll be okay.

    Perhaps you could try the camping board. There are some real regulars that may assist. Perhaps someone will be there at the same time and can help!

    I'd offer....but I can't even parallel park my Alero!!!
  5. colleen costello

    colleen costello <font color=FF99FF>Is in a "just back from OKW and

    Jul 23, 2002
    When I was a kid we camped every summer at Ft. Wilderness. I recall a few times where the site was a little crooked and my Dad had some trouble. Men would appear out of nowhere -- "Sidewalk supervisors." I am sure a CM would help but doubt you will need it... the nearby campers will surely assist. Folks at FW are so nice... If you are still concerned, post this on the camping board and they'll reassure you!

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