If you’re a guest of Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campgrounds, Trails End Restaurant is a great option for a family-style, down-home country meal. Located in Pioneer Hall, the rustic theme carries straight through from the décor to the menu.
Our family-style buffet meal consisted of an oven-fresh breadbasket, chopped salad, smokehouse skillet, and covered wagon Sunday. The DH opted for a ribs add-on. Money well spent. YUM! The teen and tween literally could not wait for dessert and devoured it within seconds.
For vegetarians/vegans, there is a plant-based option.
The restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner. And while it is a trek, when staying at Fort Wilderness Resort & Campgrounds, or combined with another activity in the area, the experience is well worth it.
After dinner, be sure to walk down to Clementine Beach. It is so serene. And if you are planning to head over to Magic Kingdom, this is where the water taxis dock.
This visit really made me miss Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue, which rumor has it returns in January. Fingers crossed with me.
This concludes my latest series on the Walt Disney World Resort. If you’re thinking about a visit of your own, The World’s Most Magical Celebration runs for 18 months. Can’t wait until then? There’s lots of availability for Disney Very Merriest After Hours at Magic Kingdom. Let’s chat!
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