Christmas at Fort Wilderness: Day 18 – 25 Days of Christmas

Disney’s campground is covered in amazing lights, train sets and blow-up displays.

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Rick Howard

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9 comments on “Christmas at Fort Wilderness: Day 18 – 25 Days of Christmas”

  1. stephen bumbaugh says:

    Rick : Love seeing the blow up decorations,and the train set..We need a golf cart to get around also..

    NOTE :::Redneck is a derogatory slang term used in reference to poor, uneducated white farmers, especially from the southern United States. It is similar in meaning to CRACKER …Just saying .

    See ya tomorrow..


  2. Jacob Buxton says:

    Thanks guys and gal for another great show.Im not a big outdoorsy person but it looked cool anyways.the decoration were pretty dang cool!i’ll probably never get to see that in real life so thanks for bringing that to us.


  3. Colleen says:

    All time absolute without a doubt favorite!!!!! Love the ‘snowbirds’ who can call fw home for awhile !!


  4. Nick says:

    Hey Rick.
    Its amazing how people take their time and deck the halls for Christmas. I never been to Fort Wilderness. The best was the monorail scene. That was my favorite. I have one too. Complete with the Grand Floridian, Polynesian and Contemporary, and the station, and finally Epcot. See you tomorrow.


  5. Yvette says:

    Hi Rick,

    I kind of agree with Jacob (first comment). I used to live in Florida
    and I know those(redneck) terms are thrown around when paired with camping and
    Rving, but here in Minnesota, everybody goes camping, has RV trailers,
    and lots of family owned cabins that cost the same as my house. These
    people are professionals with advanced degrees. Its wonderful being
    outside next to nature with your family…reserved not only for rednecks, although I knew many in Fl (self proclaimed rednecks) that were good people!

    Anyway, just have to say that I really enjoy these videos. Can’t wait to go back to Disney this summer…Thanks Rick..Keep up the good work:)



  6. Bob Nordmark says:

    Hey Rick and Amanda,

    That was pretty interesting. I have only seen a few pictures of Fort Wilderness. I didn’t realize people could stay there so long.

    See you tomorrow.



  7. John Broadwater says:

    great show Rick,Amanda and Andrew. It so great to see the ground displays in Disney world thanks see you tomorrow.


  8. Dave says:

    This is always one your annual videos that I truly love to watch. Wish I knew where some of the inflatables are from as we have nothing like it here in Canada.

    Here’s a thought for next year…maybe you could interview one or two of the campers. It would be great to hear why they do what they do… bet we’d hear lots of Xmas spirit.


  9. Penny Serrato says:

    Good to see Amanda, we’ve missed you. I had to go back and start the video over because the song at the beginning kept me doing a visual in my head of what he was singing so I missed the first part of the video LOL. You have all those Snowbirds coming there during the winter, you should do a quick list of all the different places the license plates are from.
    That Disney Train set up was Amazing, they must have been putting that together for years.


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