Here are the contents of that spreadsheet. I can email it to anyone who wants it but not sure it warrants it. I sort of lost steam on it. I can however add to it ....
Directions To Fort Wilderness - According to AllEars.net
Take exit 64B from I-4 to World Drive. Follow the signs to the MK main entrance/toll booth and get in the right guest lane. Tell the attendant you are staying at FW and/or show them your reservation. They will wave you through. Following the FW signs, you will take the first right turn onto Vista Blvd. The FW resort entrance will be on the left.
External Bus Route & Destination
Unless you plan to drive, you will need to hop a bus to travel around WDW. From the Outpost bus stop you can hop a bus to every park (except Magic Kingdom). Note: the bus does not start running to the parks until about 30-45 minutes before rope drop unless there is an early Character Breakfast.
Internal Bus Route & Destination
Orange Straight through the the resort on the main road from the Outpost Bus Stop to the Settlement Trading Post Bus Stop. It passes 600-1300 loops and the Meadows Trading Post on its route. (Meadows Trading Post area includes tennis courts, pool, snack bar, bathrooms, Camprfire Sing-a-Long and Bike Barn)
Yellow From the Outpost it takes the eastern side of the resort. It passes the 1500-1900 loops, 1400, as well as the 300-500 loops. It has an exit for the Meadows Trading Post Area as well.
Purple Leaves the outpost and travels to the Settlement Depot through the west side of the resort. It passes the 2000-2800 loops along its way
Boats Route & Destination
There are boats that leave the Fort Wilderness marina. They provide transportation to the Magic Kingdom, the Contemporary, and the Wilderness Lodge. There are other boats located throught WDW but since they don't directly affect this rally they are not listed.
Monorail Route & Destination
The monorail is an option but you must travel to get to a station. The nearest monorail station is located at the Contemporary and then the Magic Kindgom. You would need to take a bus or boat to a station then catch the monorail. For instance, if you wanted to take the monorail from EPCOT back to Fort Wilderness here is what you would need to do: Ride the monorail to The Transporation Center and switch to the Magic Kingdom monorail. From here you can ride the monorail to either Magic Kingdom or the Contemporary (arrives/departs inside the resort) then catch a boat back to Fort Wilderness If you decide to go Resort Hopping (checking out the other resorts) the monorail stops at the Polynesian, the Contemporary, and The Grand Floridian.
Meadows Trading Post This pool has a toddler play area, a slide, and a hot tub.
Wilderness Cabin This pool is in a quieter area but lacks the other ammenities.
Bay Lake Beach WARNING - Swimming is NOT allowed in Bay Lake. As I understand it, it is not even recommended you wade in the lake. The beach is for soaking in the sun or playing in the sand.
Meadows Trading Post This trading post is located in the middle of the resort. It is the larger shop, has a fireplace, a checker board, and RV/Camping Supplies as well as food. It also has a view of the pond.
Settlement Trading Post This trading post is located by the marina and trails end. It carries some clothing, food, and souvineers. It is a short walk to the beach.
Loop Classification List for Campsites: per FortFiends.net and Allears.net
Full Hook-Up Loops
Partial Hook-up Loops - Although these do not apply to us I included them for someone's future reference.
Other Activities at Fort Wilderness
Carriage Rides If you are arriving before Halloween they offer the Haunted Carriage Rides thorughout the resort but you will need to book months in advance…months. During Christmas they offer Holiday Carriage rides as well.
Horseback Riding & Pony Rides
Fishing - Catch and Release
Campfire Sing-A-Long Free
Movie Under The Stars Free
Dog Park Free
Tennis Free unless you want lessons
Electronic Water Pagent (From the Beach) Free
Magic Kindgom Fireworks (From the Beach) Free