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    It's inside Wilderness Lodge, the hotel just next door to Fort Wilderness. I also grew up camping in the fort, best destination ever.

    The horses are still there for trail and wagon rides. One of the best parts wasn't taken away :)

    River Country is being demolished as we write. :sob: It was abandoned by the Disney Corporation after they added the two big waterparks, and just rotted away. There was also a big problem with an amoeba that lives in the sandy bottom of the lakes in the area. Nasty stuff.
     
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    I've been there in Disneyland Paris. Great food, amazing cocktails and soothing jungle sounds in the background. (I find the sound of waterfalls, rain, monkeys, elephants, tigers and birds very friendly to the ears.)
    Yeah, you could read a novel there.

    The only downside were all the small children running around. Not enough tigers and snakes to deal with that problem, clearly.
     
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    Yea I've been to the one here in the US. The main problem is the screaming children and maybe a loud elephant or tiger once in a while :p
     
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    :tearsofjoy::tearsofjoy::tearsofjoy::tearsofjoy::tearsofjoy:
     
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    It's really fun that you have been there, too. I've never met anyone else who stayed there or has even been to that part of the park. It was so much different than the rest of the park. Quiet and outdoorsy.
    I did here River Country was being demolished. :(
     
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    I think you may appreciate this thread over on the Disboards:
    https://www.disboards.com/threads/picture-of-the-day-for-the-fort.1240094/

    I love the campground so much specifically because it is close to nature. I hope the current park and resort management understands what this means, and doesn't interpret it wrong. The new development along the waterfront is going to be massive.
     
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