Plan ahead for delicious dining experiences during your stay.
When to Book
Guests may make advance dining reservations at select restaurants.
Dining in the Theme Parks
To dine at an in-park, table-service restaurant, you need a confirmed dining reservation for the total number of Guests—regardless of age—along with a park reservation and valid admission for the same park on that same date for each Guest ages 3 and up.
Dining reservations do not guarantee access to a park, and Park Hopper availability may change daily. We recommend that Guests book in-park dining at the park where they have a park reservation.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Rustle up some tasty vittles to go—available for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Grab a light meal or pick-me-up snack at this quick-food counter near Meadow Swimmin’ Pool.
Step into a frontier-inspired watering hole and try some modern-day moonshine and savory snacks.
Keep watch for this RV-style food truck serving up camp classics like burgers, hot dogs and s’mores kits.
Enjoy hearty American and Southern cuisine served family-style in a rustic cabin-inspired setting.
Delight in a dinner show by the spirited Pioneer Hall Players and dine on a hearty all-you-care-to-enjoy feast.
Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground is conveniently connected by bus or water taxi to numerous Disney restaurants within the Magic Kingdom Resort area.
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