After endless days of being cooped up in our homes, everyone is aching to get out and do something. With 2020 going down in history, families are skipping their usual vacation destinations and deciding to rent an RV instead.
Since families are planning their vacations a little different this Summer, companies like RVShare have been seeing a giant increase in business.
The beauty with camping out in an RV is the ability to go anywhere you want to go. Traveling by RV allows for self-isolation, so you don’t have to see anyone if you don’t want to.
Where you go is completely up to you. Many states are starting to open up, giving you more options every single day. But, if you have your sights set on visiting a State Park, visit this site to see if camping is allowed there yet.
But, the Travel Agent in me has just one destination on my mind. And that is Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground.
Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground
Disney has released very little information about what this opening will look like. But, for now, we have an opening day of June 22, 2020.
This is a few weeks prior to the reopening of the Walt Disney World Theme Parks.
Because we don’t have a lot of information, it’s hard to tell how many changes is being made. But, we can speculate on the changes, based on what’s going on in Disney Springs and what we’ve been told about what it will take to reopen the Theme Parks.
Activities that attract crowds, like Chip and Dale’s Campfire Sing-a-long, will most likely be cancelled.
Trail’s End will undoubtedly get changes, as well. For one, the restaurant will be running at a reduced capacity. And since Trails End is normally a buffet meal, the menu will likely also be modified.
Although Disney Springs is open, Disney’s Fort Wilderness will be the only Resort open at the time. So, I’m anticipating longer than normal waits to get into Trails End.
Of course, Disney food is always better. But, when you rent an RV, you have the luxury of making your family a nice meal right there in the RV.
And with RV rentals starting at just $50 per day, this just may be the cheapest Disney vacation of your life!
Back To Nature Giveaway
Before you rush off to rent your RV, RVShare is giving one lucky winner $2000 to put towards your next vacation!
$1500 will go towards the RV. But, you’ll also get an extra $500 to put towards expenses!
But, you need to hurry. The contest ends on June 3, 2020. How’s that for a great start to summer?