First Look at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort New Dining Options

Fort Wilderness Menu
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Disney is getting a refreshing new look at one of their Resorts. Disney World Resorts are uniquely themed, giving Guests a different experience every trip. Disney’s Fort Wilderness & Campground is rolling out two restaurants that have received an enhanced look.

Whether you are staying at Fort Wilderness for your next Disney vacation or just want to pop into one of these restaurants, the new menus are a must-try. Trail’s End Restaurant and Crockett’s Tavern are reopening their doors to Guests. “Both dining locations will have a fresh, new look that enhances the Resort’s quaint charm and honors its heritage at the heart of the Walt Disney World Resort, with warm wooden furnishings, beamed ceilings, and rustic accents,” Disney Parks Blog writes.

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Trail’s End Restaurant

This quick-service restaurant offers a few options depending on your feelings for the night. Offering family-sized entrees with sides is a great choice for dining in or taking it back to your room. Additionally, Trail’s End offers individual-sized meals to enjoy in the casual seating area. On-stage pizza is now an entree either by the slice or pie, with two entirely new pizzas including a “smokehouse-style pizza topped with house-smoked brisket, sausage, and pepperoni and a delicious roasted vegetable pie,” Disney writes.

If you are looking for a homecooked meal after a long day at the Parks, then look no further. Trail’s End is offering a hot grab-and-go section with various proteins and sides ordered by the pound. Nothing quite says a Disney vacation like good old comfort food. Of course, the classics like hamburgers and chicken nuggets will still be readily available. Finally, various dessert options like Banana Pudding, Carrot Cake Cupcake, and Blueberry Bread Pudding are the perfect way to end your evening.

Fort Wilderness Menu

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Crockett’s Tavern

Moving on to Fort Wilderness & Campgrounds next option is Crockett’s Tavern. This refreshed lounge gives a great view of Bay Lake and has added additional seating. “This reimagined menu was designed by our talented culinary team with new bites and sips paying tribute to the heritage of the Resort and its inspiration from the American frontier,” Disney says.

This elevated lounge will still offer a to-go window but has added plenty of new menu items. A trio of sliders, chicken bites, and a charcuterie board are some of the few new and exciting additions. They have even included an all-new plant-based option, Crispy Cauliflower. To finish on a sweet note, Guests can enjoy the Trailblazin’ Dessert Trio featuring chocolate pudding, strawberry shortcake, and banana pudding with all the fixings.

Fort Wilderness Menu

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For adults looking for an adult beverage, Crockett’s Tavern is the spot for a cocktail inspired by Fort Wilderness Railroad. A new delight is All Aboard! Moonshine Cocktail Flight is a sampler of their moonshine cocktails featuring the Gullywhumper, Blackberry Lightning, and Spiced Appleberry Shine. They are also offering options specific to the taste of Guests. If you are a tequila lover, whiskey, or brandy fan, this menu will feature exclusive cocktails to wet your whistle.

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For a list of the full menus, check out Diseny’s run-down and the restaurant’s menus. Add these two reimagined restaurants to your next Disney trip!

About Sarahfina LoFaso

Sarahfina is an author, and adjunct professor with a passion for writing and of course, all things Disney! Cinderella is her favorite princess and movie, both the animated and Rodgers & Hammerstein’s 1997 version. In close second place is Hercules, tied with Saving Mr. Banks. Sarahfina enjoys writing about the history of Walt Disney and all the parks, along with food, dining, and resorts. Her favorite ride is the Tower of Terror, and her favorite restaurant right now is the San Angel Inn, in EPCOT. Most importantly, her must-have snack every Disney trip is the controversial turkey leg, because it reminds her of her family trips as a kid with her grandparents.