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Posted: May 23, 2003 4:01 am/pm Quote

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I know there is no street lighting for most of the Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground so we'll be prepared with flashlights for when we're out walking after dark when we're staying there next month.

But how dark is the wood deck area of the Wilderness Cabins after sunset? Are there electric lights that can be switched on, and if so are they bright enough or should I bring a battery-powered outdoor lantern for the picnic table or grill area?


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Posted: May 24, 2003 10:45 am/pm Quote

Rich, although we have never stayed at one of the cabins, I co-hosted a dinner party for some RADP friends at one of the cabins and there was plenty enough light on the deck for our party.  I don't remember if there were one or two lights out there, but there was ample light.  There are two doors leading to the deck and I'm thinking there might have been a light at each door, but I'm not sure.  One note.....if you need anything that isn't provided or if you need extras, just call the front desk.  Our party was big enough that we needed two picnic tables, so Charlotte called and they brought us an extra table.  The Magic of Disney.... :-)

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Posted: May 25, 2003 12:59 am/pm Quote

Cool, Jan. Thanks for the info! Yes, it looks to me there are two lights at the cabins, one near each door, when I view exterior pictures of them. Glad to hear they give off plenty of light.
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