Old Fort Wilderness Cabins Being Sold on Facebook

Katie Francis

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Old Fort Wilderness Cabins Being Sold on Facebook

With the new DVC Cabins coming to Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground, some of the old log-style Fort Wilderness cabins are being sold on Facebook.

Fort Wilderness Cabins for Sale

A Facebook listing for “limited units” of the 1-bedroom cabins was posted on February 26, 2024. The post, from user Kyle Brooks, states that the cabins are being sold for $49,900 and can be delivered within 45 minutes of Orlando.

Fort Wilderness cabins for sale on Facebook

A virtual tour of one of the cabins was posted. They are being sold fully furnished. Disney pamphlets and the Amazon “Hey Disney” device are visible but it’s unknown if the device is included in the sale.

For a full look at one of the Fort Wilderness cabins, check out our room tour article and the video below.

The New Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

It was announced in April of 2023 that these log-style cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground would be removed and replaced with more than 350 new Disney Vacation Club cabins that have a refreshed take on the Fort Wilderness theming guests have come to know and love. The new cabins were also designed to take bigger focus on being energy-efficient and conscious of the environment around them.

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Projected to open July 1, 2024, with guests able to book stays beginning March 21, these DVC cabins are, like the log-style cabins that came before them, tucked into the forest, surrounded by 750 acres of cypress and pine. Each of the stand-alone cabins sleeps up to six adults, and includes a bedroom, bathroom, full kitchen, living room, and a private patio area. Though they are Disney Vacation Club properties, the cabins will remain open for reservations to all guests, based on their availability.

Via a video of model cabins shared by Disney, guests have gotten a glimpse of what can be expected from these new cabins, which includes references to Disney’s long-closed water park, Disney’s River Country. The cabin also features bunk beds, ample storage, and artwork of a number of Disney characters, including Mickey Mouse and Chip ‘n’ Dale.

Would you purchase one of these pieces of Disney history? Would you like to permanently live in one of the Fort Wilderness Cabins or would you prefer to check out one of the new cabins when they open? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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