Not to be confused with the Wilderness Lodge, an imitation of Yellowstone Lodge, this 780-acre wooded enclave near Magic Kingdom consists of campsites and mobile home–style cabins with decks and grills that sleep six on a mix of beds, pullouts, and bunks. Camping and RV parking under the thick pines are far and away the cheapest and most distinctive way to sleep on property, but it’s twice the market rate, and without equipment (tents are $45, cots $6, if a group hasn’t booked them first). The nightly marshmallow roast and outdoor Disney film screenings (which might be suspended) are perennial hits.