PHOTOS: New Loungefly Canvas Backpack Celebrates 50 Years of Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

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Last month, we showed you some new 50th anniversary merchandise on shelves at Meadow Trading Post at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground. Now, we’ve found this Loungefly canvas backpack celebrating the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World and Fort Wilderness.


Loungefly Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground Canvas Backpack — $85


This canvas backpack features a large flap front that fastens with two straps.


The flap has several patches. A Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground patch is the largest one, and sits right in the middle. A Meadow Swimming Pool patch is on the left side of the bag. A Walt Disney World logo is directly below the Fort Wilderness patch.


Lifting the flap reveals a patch for Tri-Circle-D Ranch.


A Disney Parks Loungefly label is stitched on the front of the backpack.


Just below that is a pocket. The 50th Anniversary Fort Wilderness logo appears on the flap.


The bag has a blue patch with the 50th logo embroidered in the center.


Here is a patch for the long-defunct Fort Wilderness Railroad.


A patch for the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue at Pioneer Hall appears on one side.


On the other side, you’ll find a patch with the Fort Wilderness Reception Outpost.


The inside of the bag is lined with a collage of all of the patches.


The inside has several pockets to keep items organized.


The same patch collage pattern appears on the inside of the large flap.


The back of the bag and the inside of the straps are light brown. The straps are adjustable. The backpack is extremely popular. It sold out soon after we snapped our photos.

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  1. A patch for the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue at Pioneer Hall appears on one side.”
    Disney is all about tapping into nostalgia to make a buck.
    How about reopening the show???

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