Questions for the pros...

Discussion in 'Camping at Disney World' started by krismom, Dec 17, 2008.

  1. krismom

    krismom <font color=blue>New Rule:<br><marquee><font color

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    We stayed at the cabins a few years ago and loved it- but the cabin itself was in a swamp. I think it was the 2800 loop? Can anyone recommend a loop that is drier and located well for bus transport?
    Also- has the cart rental prices gone up? I recall it being $45 a day?
    Thanks for any additional info!
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  3. jkthorstad

    jkthorstad Mouseketeer

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    We were just there in October. We stayed in loop 2100 and loved it. We were close to the front of the loop , and the bus stop was right across the road. We were also close to bike trail, which we used a lot.

    Hope you have a great time!
     
  4. 2goofycampers

    2goofycampers Sounds like something a camping trip could cure!

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    Golf Carts are now $52 or $54 now.
     
  5. Tri-circle-D

    Tri-circle-D <font color=peach>Throwing some love to TCD<br><fo

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    I would say 2700 and 2800 are the only cabin loops that are particularly swampy. I agree that 2100 is the least swampy. Not sure what time of year you plan on visiting, but it has been dry in Florida for a while now, and there is no standing water on any of the loops at this time. Also, with the recent upgrades, a lot of formerly swampy areas have been filled. So, swampy areas should be less of a problem wherever you end up.

    TCD
     
  6. LONE-STAR

    LONE-STAR <font color=green>1000 miles to far from Disney<br

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    Swampy adds to the camping feeling. Just think of it as part of the disney theming.:thumbsup2
     

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