Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort Cabins
Breakfast $19 (child $11), lunch $13–$18 (child $9), dinner $28 (child $16)
With its “everything but the kitchen sink” philosophy,
Trail’s End offers something for everyone. Note that brunch is usually only offered on weekends, although it may be open when the parks are especially busy too. These dates are usually holidays.
Setting and Atmosphere
At Fort Wilderness, next to the Hoop-Dee-Doo
Musical Revue, Trail’s End is what a restaurant would have looked like had
America’s settlers built one out of a log cabin. The interior, charming but
a bit tired, features exposed log beams, oak tabletops, and walls hung
with enough old-timey kitchen equipment to start a flea market.
Breakfast, brunch, and dinner are served buffet-style. Breakfast features eggs, sausage, bacon,
waffles, and biscuits and gravy, along with fruit and pastries. The weekends-only brunch is an
odd hodgepodge of everything from shrimp and grits or shrimp po’boy
to flatbreads and chicken and waffles, with s’mores and warm sticky-bun
sundaes for dessert. The dinner menu (buffet or carryout) includes fried
chicken, ribs, pasta, catch of the day, pizza, and chili.
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|Tables in Wonderland
||Breakfast and lunch only. Excludes alcohol.
Disney Dining Plan
|When to go||Breakfast or dinner|
|Parking||Fort Wilderness lot|
|Bar||Full-service bar next door|
|Breakfast Hours||7:30 - 12:00 pm|
|Lunch Hours||Weekend brunch until 2 pm|
|Dinner Hours||4:30-9:30 pm Sunday-Thursday, 4:30-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. |