Help!

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Tue, 03-08-2011 - 5:13pm

I thought we had worked everything out for our trip in May, but when they posted the passholders discounts for our dates, it made me rethink some things...especially the pricing of the family suites. We had sort of looked at the cabins but then decided on the family suites. But now I'm looking at tha cabins again, lol, since the discounts (either passholder or CM) can be used on them. Now for my question: Anyone who has stayed in the cabins, would a pack'n'play fit in the bedroom area? The pictures on the Disney website don't show the bedroom area very well, so I can't tell from that, but I know some of you have stayed in them and hope that you would know.



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In reply to: greeneggs1082
Wed, 03-09-2011 - 8:09am

The pack n play is tight. It's doable though. How old are the other kids? How old is the kid in the pack n play?

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In reply to: greeneggs1082
Wed, 03-09-2011 - 10:23am
The quarters are pretty tight int he bedroom area - there is a double bed, a small aisle then the bunk beds. It may fit in between the 2 of them, or in front of the door leading outside, but I can't remember how much room is in between the door leading outside and the door leading back to the main part of the cabin. GIve me a minute and I will try to find a layout map of the cabins I have here.
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In reply to: greeneggs1082
Wed, 03-09-2011 - 10:33am

There are pictures here:

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In reply to: greeneggs1082
Wed, 03-09-2011 - 12:43pm

The main bedroom door swings out into the hallway, so theoretically a pack n play could go at the foot of the bed. Unfortunately due to the size of the pack n play and the position of the built in dresser that is immediately in the door on the right, that to position of the pack n play would effectively block access to the interior of the room. Plus, the babe would be able to unlock and open the exterior door.

I had another idea depending on the ages and sleeping arrangements of the others in the party. Using two bedside rails, the lower bunk could be turned into a large crib eliminating the need for the pack n play.

Here's a website that has the floorplan of the cabin http://www.1southerntravel.com/Disney_Fort_Wilderness_Campgroud_Resort.htm

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In reply to: greeneggs1082
Wed, 03-09-2011 - 5:07pm
Actually, the only kid is the baby who will be in a pack'n'play, he will be 19 months old when we go. The others will be me, my DH, his adult sister, and my mom. If we decide to go with the cabins, I think that the p'n'p will either go at the foot of the bunkbeds or in the closet, lol. Thank you everyone who responded! It was a big help, especially the links to the pics!


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