... before 2021. Wanna bet?
Because there's nothing better than a freshly renovated campsite. What, they mow the grass? ;^) I kid, I kid.
What they could do is get rid of those pathetic things they call cabins and put in something that a family may actually want to stay in. We have not stayed on-site at WDW as the hotels have a shortage of 2 -3 bedroom units, so the last time we were there we went and looked at Fort Wilderness, what a let down. Our oldest son will not be travelling with us much more but or youngest is 13, I don't think his mother should have to hide under the blankets waiting for him to go to the bathroom so she can rush and get dressed.
(Chuckling at Robert's joke)
Public areas, amenities, camp site facilities -- and required amenities for high-end RV travelers. And there ain't another theme park operator in town that can accommodate campers.
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