We've stayed at Tropical Palms. Nice resort and we could hear the fireworks in the distance at night coming from Disney. They're offering 'RV Site's From $25.00 a night' in their specials. Offer good 'till December 21st.
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I was ale to get five nights a fort wilderness at $125 (wowza) a night... But I couldn't book the whole stay, so I'll book a couple nights at the palms... I found site for $45 a night... (if I have to park at Disney it would be another $15). I think the convenience of staying on site with thier transportation is worth the exta cost.. Especially since we seem to go once every 7 years or so...
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Well I stayed at both FW and the Koa at Kissimmee, hands down next time I go, I will be staying at the Koa. The main reason why I stayed at FW was for the transportation, which I found poor. It took me an hour and a half to get to parks, the same trip from the Koa took 20 Mins. Unless you have a golf cart, the walks at FW are long... The noise is high, including 8am listening to race cars from the Petty Experience. Trying to get back to the campground standing on the crowded busses after waiting a half hour for it to come so you can "leave the driving to us" as they pack to you in like sardines was not fun either. Alll that for $125 per night. Half the price, you can stay at the Koa... No golf carts, extremely friendly staff, very very clean... Quite.. Nice warm uncrowded pool and hot tub.. Level sites.. Your drive to Disney and back is easy, very little traffic and not complicated at all. If you have a class A or Class C, I suggest that you drive your camper right into Disney, parking is only $1 more, plus in the middle of the day you can go back to your trailer to cool off... It would take you 1/4 of the time to get back to it than using Disney transportation.