My husband and I have been restoring a 40 ft Class A and are excited to use it. We live in Houston so we normally fly to visit DW. We have 2 little girls, ages 6 and almost 2. Whenever we have gone, we go for 9 days with Park hoppers and I plan everything to the T. Disney has become so expensive that we were trying to think of a way to visit without blowing our budget out of the water. There have been some things I’ve always wanted to do that I’ve never made time for because we were trying to get the most value out of our park tickets. Things like the chip and dale campfire, playing mini golf, doing the Grand Floridian tea with my older daughter, etc. We would save around $1,500 on not buying park tickets if we just came in our motor home and camped at the Fort Wilderness Campground. Not to mention having less expensive accommodations since we always stay on property. My big question is, will this still give us that “Disney” feel without the magic of the parks? There will still be quite an expense to pay for the diesel to fuel our huge bus and I’m afraid of feeling like I’m missing something without the park experience. Has anyone ever stayed at the campground and done nothing but resort hop, mini golf, Disney Springs, non park character dining, etc? If so, what was your experience? Does anyone have any attractions or experiences that they’ve done outside the parks that they would say are a can’t miss? Thanks in advance!