The Fort Wilderness dining options at the Walt Disney World Resort include a popular buffet-style facility, campfire and pool snack bars, an old-fashioned barbeque complete with favorite characters, and Disney’s longest running dinner show.
The Trail’s End is one of the more reasonably priced buffets in all of Disney World. The atmosphere here is fun and rustic. It is located in Pioneer Hall.
The Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue, also at Pioneer Hall, is a foot-stompin dinner show. Wild singing and dancing, napkin waving, reallycorny jokes and hysterical crowd interaction are served up along with delicious vittles such as fried chicken, corn on the cob, and Sangria!
Note: You can make reservations for the Hoop-Dee-Doo up to two years ahead of time. Even though there are multiple shows daily, it frequently sells out. Many people say this is the highlight of their Disney vacation. I highly recommend attending! But be forewarned – your kids will be repeating all of the aforementioned cornball jokes for the rest of your stay!
Mickey’s Backyard BBQ is a picnic event featuring favorite Disney characters. Good old country entertainment will amuse all ages and the all-you-care-to-eat buffet will fill their bellies. The BBQ is a seasonal event and reservations are required.
As always, you should make any and all of your table-service dining arrangements well in advance of your arrival. All dining reservations (ADRs)can be made by calling:
Disney Dining: (407) WDW-DINE
Fort Wilderness Resort Dining
|Chuck Wagon (seasonal)||Counter Service||S||Quick Service||American|
|Hoop Dee Doo||Table Service||D||Dinner Show||American|
|Meadow Snack Bar (seasonal)||Counter Service||L,S||Quick Service||American|
|Mickey’s Backyard BBQ||Table Servie||D||Character Dining||American|
|Trail’s End||Counter Service||B,L,D,S||Quick Service||American|