[QUOTE=WishUponAStar;947522]Does everyone remember the ‘Crockett & Boone’ buses? I am not sure if they still have them but they were like the internal buses & they also took you to the T&TC; which you had to travel to first if you wanted to go to the Disney Marketplace.
I also remember the canoe rides; my best friend and I did it and had a blast. Well, that was until we accidentially crashed the front end of our canoe into a marshy bank. :pinch: :laugh:
Does anyone else remember any of their favorite loops?
Gosh, I miss Fort Wilderness SOOO much! I sware I would rent an RV just to drive down there & stay again. :sad:
OH, remember how DECKED OUT everyone would make their campsites around the holidays? They used to have special ‘Holiday Hayrides’ to take you around all the loops & look at the lights & decorations. We used to sing Christmas carols and everything.
Oh oh oh, do you remember those ‘pull up’ check-in booths? You didn’t even have to get out of your RV to check-in. You’d just pull up to a booth & they’d check you in while you drove through. :laugh: I remember during busy times those RV check-in lines would back up to the entrance![/QUOTE]
I love the check-in area. We just pull up and they have our info packet ready. We never have to get out of our truck.
Our favorite loop is the 1800 loop, Conestoga Trail. It is a pet loop, so that is good for our dog and it has very large spaces.
The decorated sites are one of my favorite parts about visiting FW. These people go all out, it really is awesome.
I hope you get to stay there again one day.