A Dining Guide for Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

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Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Review

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Ready for a rootin’ tootin’ dinner fare? How about some all-you-care-to-enjoy down-home cookin’? Well, YEE-haw! You’re gonna love the dining options at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground!

With the most knee-slapping dinner show on property and the best bang-for-your-buck buffet you can find at the most magical place on earth, you’ll definitely want to plan a visit to this gorgeous resort!

So, without further ado, let’s dive into all the good eats and fun you can find at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground!

Table-Service Dining

Hoop-Dee-Do Musical Revue

The number one reason guests venture out to the outskirts of this resort is for the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue Dinner Show!

Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Review
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Get those spoons ready! They’ll serve as more than just eating instruments when you visit this rowdy mess hall! This country jamboree, sans bears, will have you slapping your legs to the beat of some spirited tunes by the Pioneer Hall Players.

While you enjoy the hilarious countryfied shenanigans, your dinner feast will include buckets of all-you-care-to-enjoy fried chicken and smoked BBQ pork ribs, a tossed green salad, baked beans, fresh-baked cornbread and strawberry shortcake. Soft drinks are included with your meal and for guests 21-years of age and older, unlimited draft beer, wine, and sangria. ChEARs!

The Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue Dinner Show requires prepayment. Reservations are strongly encouraged. Guests can book these up to 180-days in advance. There are three seating areas to choose from. Categories 1 and 2 are on the first level. Category 3 is located on the second level of the building. It is important to remember that there are no elevators for Category 3.

Hoop-Dee-Do Musical Revue PRO-TIPS:

  • Choose level-one seating for a better chance to make it into the show
  • Alert your waiter if you’re celebrating anything during your visit
  • Don’t miss the bottomless Alcoholic Sangria (Please drink responsibly!)
  • Pin trade before the show at the hut
  • Make sure you have your stretchy pants for the hearty all-you-care-to-enjoy feast!
  • Use Disney’s Minnie Van Service for the easiest commute to this restaurant

Inside the Magic writer, Emille on stage at the show!

Trail’s End Restaurant

Trail's End Restaurant
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This tasty buffet is probably the best bang-for-your-buck on property! Eat brunch and dinner to your heart’s content at this all-you-care-to-enjoy buffet. With Old West-and Deep South offerings served up with rustic-cabin ambiance.

Quick-Service Dining

P & J’s Southern Takeout

This quick-service restaurant is perfect for those nights you want to give the ole’ grill a break! Located right next to Trails End at Pioneer Hall, grab some bomb-diggity fried chicken, mashed potatoes, and mac and cheese and get those bellies full and happy for more Disney fun!

This location also serves breakfast with classics like Mickey waffles, the bounty breakfast with all the breakfast essentials like eggs, french toast sticks, bacon, sausage, potato barrels, and a biscuit, Pork Belly and Croissant Breakfast Sandwiches, muffins, oatmeal, coffee and more!

The Chuck Wagon

This RV-style food truck serves up camp classics like burgers, hot dogs and s’mores

kits. You can find The Chuck Wagon parked at the Campfire theater where you can enjoy Chip’ n Dale’s Campfire Sing-a-long. Make sure you grab a build-your-own s’mores kit for the festivities when you visit!

Crockett’s Tavern

This walk-up window next to Pioneer hall offers frontier-inspired modern-day moonshine and savory snacks.

Nachos, jalapeño poppers, chicken wings, and drinks make this for a perfect late-night snack spot!

Meadow Snack Bar

Sunbathing and swimming can build up your appetite. Thankfully, you won’t have to travel far to satisfy your cravings when you’re lounging at the Meadow Swimmin’ Pool!

Enjoy a light meal or pick-me-up snack at this quick-food counter. You can also refill your resort refill mug at this quick-service location. So, don’t forget to grab those before you come over, ya hear?

Now that you’re good and hungry, be sure to lock in some reservations and get those stretchy pants ready! The good home-cookin’ at this resort is worth the travel time to get there. Have you tried any of the restaurants at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground? Let us know which one is your favorite in the comments! 

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