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Your Next Disney Cabin Getaway will have a fresh new look

Your Next Disney Cabin Getaway will have a fresh new look

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Disney Vacation Club is busy making lots of new resorts for their Members to enjoy. They just announced they will be taking over these unique accommodations at this favorite resort.

Disney Vacation Club

Photo Credit: Heather

DVC is short for Disney Vacation Club. It is a timeshare run by Disney. DVC has the flexibility of a point system. You can book the time of year you travel and type of accommodation, including your resort of choice (aka your home resort).

With this style of timeshare you are not stuck in a particular week every year. You purchase an allotment of points that you can then choose to spend however you would like.

Get all the details of what DVC is HERE.

Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground and Cabins

Credit: Donna

Feel close to the magic by camping near the magic! Guests will take in the American frontier with all different types of wildlife including deer, rabbits, ducks and armadillos that will roam the resort. Can you believe that Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground takes up 750 acres? You can relax in the great outdoors with only being minutes from Magic Kingdom!

Check out my review of the Cabins at The Fort HERE.

Also, be sure to check out my complete guide to Disney’s Fort Wilderness & Campground HERE.

DVC to Take Over and Redesign Cabins

Photo Credit: Heather

Just announced, is a new proposal for Disney Vacation Club to take over the Cabins that are at The Fort. There will be over 350 cabins that will “bring refreshed cabin hideaways.” Check out this tweet below:

Disney Vacation Club will take over the current Cabins at The Fort creating a refreshed cabin hideaway. This is projected to open in 2024 as the 17th DVC resort.

There is also a proposed walking trail enhancement, pool and expanded dining experiences at both Trail’s End Restaurant and Crockett’s Tavern. This is projected to open in 2024 and would be the 17th Disney Vacation Club resort. This is most likely due to the fact of the Lakeside Lodge project construction being canceled.

What do you think about this change? Are you excited or upset to see DVC take over the Cabins at The Fort? Let us know in the comments below.

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Saturday 22nd of April 2023

I liked the rustic feel of cabins sorry to see them go but change is necessary and hard

Heather Alosa

Friday 12th of May 2023

I love it too! I just hope they don't price too many people out with the update. Fingers crossed!

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