I was on my Disney forum and came across this in the Fun Facts about Ft. Wilderness at Walt Disney World:
Disney's Ft. Wilderness Resort and Campground opened on November 19, 1971. At the time there were two "comfort stations" and 232 campsites.
In 1973, Ft. Wilderness expanded by adding more campsites and 10 Airstream trailers. The now defunct Wilderness Line Steam Railroad was introduced. The four Forney Type 2-4-2T engines pulled up to five cars and could transport 90 guests. This predecessor to the Internal bus system was not only enjoyed by Fort guests, for $1 anyone could ride it all day long. Here's a tidbit for Disney trivia buffs. These engines became ticket booths for Pleasure Island before being sold to collectors.
Today there are 784 campsites and 409 Wilderness Cabins. Not only are the Cabins equipped with cable and high-speed internet access, so are many of the campsites.
The "Fun Facts" went on to say that the "Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue" is the longest running musical in America.
I wonder what ever happened to the 10 Airstream trailers?
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