Camping at Disney World Is Affordable and Fun — and This RV Is an Adorable Way to Do It (Video)
Taking a Disney World vacation can be an expensive proposition. Between the park tickets, the food, the entertainment, and the lodging, the cost for a family of four can certainly stack up fast. However, there are ways to save a few pennies along the way that won’t feel like skimping. And that includes seeking out some seriously adorable alternative accommodations instead.
The Farmhouse on Wheels, a chic and sweet travel trailer, located in Jacksonville, Florida, may be the ideal rental for families looking to save a bit of cash on a Disney World trip — and get a little closer along the way.
According to this RV’s owners, almost all of their guests request that the vehicle be delivered to Disney's Fort Wilderness. And that’s just fine with them as they will set it up at the site, hook everything up, clean the space, make the beds, put out the coffee maker for you, and turn the A/C on, so when Disney vacation-goers arrive they are walking into a space just as perfect as any nearby hotel. Only here, they are spending just $125 a night.
"Joey and his wife were awesome! They delivered and set everything up so when we arrived there was nothing we had to do,” one recent guest of the RV shared in the reviews. “The camper was very clean and their attention to details (like mini shampoo, conditioner, body wash and lotion bottles in the bathroom and coffee pods in the kitchen) made us feel like we were staying in a hotel instead of a camper.”
Though it may seem compact on the outside the RV comes with plenty of room to stretch out inside, including a queen mattress for two adults and a bunk bed set with two twin mattresses, making it ideal for a family of four to go camping at Disney.
The RV also comes with a living room space complete with a couch and dining table, as well as a full kitchen with a stove and oven so families can cook together during their vacation.
Beyond the RV’s own amenities, Disney’s Fort Wilderness comes with plenty of its own, including grocery delivery, a pool, exclusive entertainment, and even a pet-friendly area so you can bring along your four-legged family members, too.
Who knows, Disney camping might actually be the only way to stay at Disney after this trip.