Walt Disney World moderate resorts ranked worst to best

Disney Coronado Springs. Image courtesy Brian Miller
Disney Coronado Springs. Image courtesy Brian Miller / Image courtesy Brian Miller
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When guests visit Walt Disney World, the selection of on-site Disney properties to stay at is wide. The deluxe resorts are the most expensive and offer the widest range of options. The value resorts are the cheapest and not as packed with fancy amenities, but they are still fun to stay at. The moderate resorts are the perfect middle ground between the two.

Thanks to the addition of the Skyliner, several moderate resorts are better connected to the parks than just by bus. These resorts are lovely in so many extras to the point that some could be mistaken for deluxe ones. Here is how Disney World's moderate resorts rank from worst to best and what makes each a good place to enjoy to make a Disney World vacation even better. 

5. Fort Wilderness Cabins

Technically falling under the moderate category, the Cabins at Fort Wilderness are often overlooked but a fun place. They live up to their name as cabins set amid the woods of the area with sleeping options ranging from bunk beds to a pull-out one capable of up to five people. The better cabins have a full kitchen which is nice for guests. 

The resort itself emphasizes outdoor activities from horse riding to fishing, boat rentals, and two nice pools, one of which is a great kid's pool. Guests can use some of the same dining as regular Fort Wilderness guests, such as Crockett's Tavern and the Trail's End restaurant. There's also the classic Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Review and other shows for guests to enjoy. So while they may seem more deluxe than other spots, the Cabins at Fort Wilderness can also be a great place to enjoy