Fort Wilderness Resort Restaurants Replace Wooden Furniture and Metal Picnic Tables with NEW Composite Furniture

Brit Tuttle

Fort Wilderness Resort Restaurants Replace Wooden Furniture and Metal Picnic Tables with NEW Composite Furniture

New composite exterior seating has been added to the porch area of Crockett’s Tavern at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground, replacing the former wooden furniture and metal picnic tables that were previously located there.

Crockett's Tavern Replaced Wooden Rocking Chairs with Composite Furniture

New Composite Furniture at Fort Wilderness Restaurants

seating for crocketts tavern
Source: Mealtrip

Previously, this porch area had wooden rocking chairs and metal picnic tables for guests to utilize. Mealtrip.com has a glimpse of the prior setup.

bench style outdoor seating at crocketts tavern
Source: Mealtrip
Crockett's Tavern Replaced Wooden Rocking Chairs with Composite Furniture

Now, the rocking chairs and small side tables are made of a gray composite material, which is a mixture of components that can include wood, plastic, and straw.

Crockett's Tavern Replaced Wooden Rocking Chairs with Composite Furniture

These new chairs still rock, though, so you get that cozy experience — albeit in a more eco-friendly package.

crocketts tavern disneys fort wilderness campground

Here’s a look at the porch with the former wooden rocking chairs. We’ve seen Disney replacing wooden rocking chairs and such resort-wide. Even bike racks at Fort Wilderness have been replaced.

Crockett's Tavern Replaced Wooden Rocking Chairs with Composite Furniture

A new counter was added to the porch railing as well, offering guests a place to put their to-go drinks while rocking away in the new chairs.

You can check out our full report on the refurbished Trail’s End Restaurant and Crockett’s Tavern here.

What do you think of this update to the exterior seating at Crockett’s Tavern? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.

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3 thoughts on “Fort Wilderness Resort Restaurants Replace Wooden Furniture and Metal Picnic Tables with NEW Composite Furniture”

  1. Think you would also point out the incredibly trashy plastic A frame signs strewn all about the area that look like a third rate flea market

  2. I think for the price they charge they should have kept natural wood for nostalgia. Price cutting is the only reasoning I see here

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