If you’re planning a week-long family vacation over spring break, fulfill every kid’s (and many parent’s) dream by visiting Walt Disney World near Orlando, FL.
The best way to meet the Mouse is driving down in a rental RV and staying at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort where a full hook-up campsite costs only $66 per night. Because Fort Wilderness Resort is part of Disney World, you also still have access to all of the park’s amenities and network of monorails, buses and boats for transportation.
Driving to Disney World can be done in a day, but most take two to visit attractions along the way and enjoy the journey together as a family. Some families even pair up and drive down together in a single RV, further slashing their travel costs by avoiding costly plane tickets and multiple hotel rooms. All the money you save can then be used for more family fun in the parks.
Every rental RV comes with a private bedroom for parents and multiple sleeping spaces for up to eight kids. A full chef’s kitchen also lets you prepare home-cooked meals while away, which means less eating out and more money in your pocket.
The Spring Break package is priced to save your family money while visiting Walt Disney World. The package covers roundtrip mileage, rental nights and generator use for this specific destination. It also includes early pick-up times and late drop-offs, permission for additional drivers, post-cleaning (interior, exterior and holding tanks), as well as final propane refills.
Estimated pricing begins at just $1,900 and varies depending on distance, party size and options. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 440-282-5600 for an estimate.