Ten bloggers + four nights + one camper + Disney Fort Wilderness Campground = An EPIC Disney Camping Adventure!
Thanks to the genius and hard work of Janice Brady from An Open Suitcase, I will mark another item off my Disney bucket list – Disney camping at Fort Wilderness Resort.
camping at disney fort wilderness resort
Disney camping at Fort Wilderness is a big deal for me because I don’t camp. I have four basic requirements for vacation accommodations: 1. Indoor toilets, 2. Indoor showers, and 3. Air conditioning, and 4. Access to food so I don’t have to cook.
You can see why I don’t camp.
But luckily for me, Florida Camper Rental rents campers that meet all my requirements. They deliver the camper to Fort Wilderness, set it up, and you are ready to enjoy your Disney World vacation. They even provide the linens and all kitchen items (just in case you want to cook.)
Florida Camper Rentals graciously provided us with the 38ft Heartland Elkridge #2. (That means we are using it for free). The Heartland Elkridge sleeps 10, but campers are available for groups from four to fourteen.
bring on the grub!
Put together a group of ten women, and what is the first thing they will want to do?
And we have lots of hosted eating events planned for the 2017 Glamping Bloggers Retreat. (Hosted means that our meals are paid for, but we are responsible for tips and adult beverages.)
We will chow down at an all you can eat buffet at the Disney Trail’s End restaurant courtesy of Travel Media Showcase. The Wyndham Lake Buena Vista at Disney Springs is treating us to a character breakfast a tour of their hotel.
Over in Disney Springs, I will finally see the inside of the Planet Hollywood Observatory when they treat us to lunch as will my favorite restaurant Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Kitchen. Dang! That’s a lot of great food.
time to play
You can’t visit Disney World in October without going to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Disney Parks & Resorts Social Media Office treated us to tickets. You won’t want to miss seeing us in our costumes.
October also means the International Food & Wine Festival at Epcot. Food and adult beverages – you know we will be hanging out there.
getting down to work
We aren’t just at Disney to eat and play. We are there to share stories, support each other and learn. The Pink Princess herself Laura Spencer of Spencer McMillan PR Agency will give us the social media dos & don’ts when working with a large brand. Disney Master Artist Kevin-John will teach us how to go from being a freelancer to being a brand.
Please take a moment to visit the sites of all the wonderful bloggers glamping with me:
Janice Brady – An Open Suitcase
Didi Marie – Post 50 Rx
Patty Holliday – My No-Guilt Life
Tania Lamb – Lola Lambchops
Jenn Greene – Journeys With Jenn
Dawn Gosdin – Dawn’s Dorky Diary
Sherry Boswell – Sherry Boswell
Shannon Dill – Purveyor of Pixie Dust
Carol Kneece – Fans of Mickey Mouse’s House