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Fort Wilderness Resort Restaurants

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One of the nice things about staying at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground is having a kitchen and outdoor grill at your disposal, but no one really wants to spend most of their vacation cooking their own food. Luckily Walt Disney World offers lots of great dining options including these Fort Wilderness Resort restaurants.

Two different building locations for Fort Wilderness Resort restaurants

Fort Wilderness Resort Restaurants

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When dining at the Fort Wilderness Resort restaurants savory and hearty home-style cooking is the name of the game. Still there are a lot of different food options available to guests, and they are offered in different dining settings from an all-you-care-to-enjoy buffet, to take-out, to one of the most beloved dinner shows to ever be performed on Disney property.

Sign for Crockett's Tavern at Fort Wilderness

Crockett’s Tavern

When staying in the “wilderness” you need a good old-fashioned watering hole where you can go to wet your pallet after a long day in the parks. Located in the Settlement area of Fort Wilderness Crockett’s Tavern is exactly that.

Most of what you’ll find at Crockett’s Tavern are alcoholic beverages. They serve everything from beer, to wine, to specialty cocktails. There are a lot of different beverage choices to choose from.

Even though alcohol is the name of the game at Crockett’s Tavern there are a few appetizer available. Options include loaded nachos and wings that come in 3 different flavors.

Crockett’s Tavern is open daily from 4:00 PM to 10:0o PM. Check out the Crockett’s Tavern menu here.

Sign for Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue at Fort Wilderness

Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue

Since 1974 the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue has been a fan favorite. Located in the Settlement area of Fort Wilderness this fun dinner show offers an all-you-care-to-enjoy countrified feast 3 times nightly.

The high spirited dinner show is about two hours long. While this show does not feature any Disney character favorites there is still a lot of family fun to be had with the Pioneer Hall Players.

The show is performed daily at 4:00 PM, 6:15 PM, and 8:30 PM. Advanced reservations are highly recommended, although same-day reservations are sometimes available. Pricing is based on the seating area category booked for the show.

Diner is an all-you-care-to-enjoy meal. The food served includes fried chicken and smoked BBQ pork ribs. Be sure to save some room to enjoy the strawberry shortcake for dessert!

Meadow Snack Bar

Whether you’re hanging out at the pool or you just want to grab a quick bite to eat the Meadow Snack Bar is just what you need. As the name suggests this snack bar is located in the Meadow recreation area and is right by the Meadow Swimmin’ Pool.

The snack bar offers the same menu all day and provides sandwiches, salads, and personal sized pizzas among other snack options. You can also purchase frozen treats as well as beverages here including a selection of beer and specialty drinks.

The Meadow Snack Bar is open daily from 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Please note that this location will close during inclement weather, although it will reopen if the weather clears up before the end of regular operational hours. Check out the Meadow Snack Bar menu here.

Outdoor sign for P & J's Southern Takeout at Fort Wilderness

P & J’s Southern Takeout

For those whose plans don’t allow time to relax at a table service meal P & J’s Southern Takeout is the perfect option. Located in the Settlement area this quick service takeout location is connected to the Trail’s End restaurant.

Since it is tied to a restaurant there are no inside tables to sit at (hence “takeout”), but there are outside picnic tables you can eat at if you don’t want to to take the food back to your campsite. This restaurant is located near the Fort Wilderness marina so eating at the picnic tables is a great idea for breakfast before heading to the marina to grab the boat to go to the Magic Kingdom!

P & J’s Southern Takeout serves food for breakfast as well as lunch and dinner. Breakfast options include full entrees such as a full egg breakfast or Mickey waffles. Pastries and other few other breakfast options are also available. Check out P & J’s breakfast menu here.

P & J’s serves the same options for both lunch and dinner. There are personal options to choose from such as burgers and salads, but there are also family meals available. The family meals offers such options as ribs, fried chicken, and full sized pizzas. There are also bakery options, dessert, and beverages, including alcohol, to choose from. Check out P & J’s lunch and dinner menu here.

P & J’s Southern Takeout is open daily from 7:30 AM to 10:00 PM, The menu switches from breakfast to lunch at 11:300 AM.

The Chuck Wagon

One of the fun things to do at Fort Wilderness is Chip ‘N’ Dale’s Campfire Sing-A-Long. The campfires are perfect for roasting hot dogs and most especially s’mores. Guests are welcome to bring their own food to this event, but for those that prefer food and snacks can be purchased at The Chuck Wagon.

There aren’t a lot of food options at The Chuck Wagon. The name of the game is basically hot dogs as well as a few other snacks and desserts plus bottled beverage options. S’mores kits are also available for purchase here. You can check out the full menu for The Chuck Wagon here.

The Chuck Wagon can be found near the campfire location in the Meadow recreation area.

Outdoor sign and people waiting outside the entrance for Trail's End Restaurant at Fort Wilderness

Trail’s End Restaurant

One of our favorite Fort Wilderness Resort restaurants is Trail’s End. This is an amazing place that some die hard Disney fans don’t even know of. It offers breakfast and dinner buffets as well as a brunch buffet on the weekends. The food is always fabulous, and the buffet cost is one of the best on property.

This all-you-care-to-enjoy restaurant serves American favorites with a wonderful country flare. Breakfast includes such favorites as Mickey waffles, biscuits and sausage gravy, scrambled eggs, and amazing cinnamon rolls. At dinner you will find smoked pork ribs, fried chicken, salmon, and homemade fruit cobbler. Brunch is much like the breakfast buffet with a little of dinner thrown in.

You can get more information including full menu options as well as buffet prices for Trail’s End Restaurant here.

The outside of the Fort Wilderness Resort restaurants in the Settlement area

Places to Eat Beyond the Restaurants at Fort Wilderness

While there are a lot of wonderful and yummy Fort Wilderness Resort restaurants to choose from there are still so many other amazing restaurants to try all around the Walt Disney World Resort! Here are just a few of the many you might want to consider.

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