Disney World asking all guests at Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground to prepare for Hurricane Ian

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Disney World asking all guests at Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground to prepare for Hurricane Ian

In preparation for Hurricane Ian which has its eye set on Florida, Disney World is notifying guests staying at the Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground to prepare for the oncoming storm.

A letter has gone out to guests asking them to stow all outside items and for guests staying in tents to discuss alternate options for their vacation.

Related – Tropical Storm Watch in effect for Universal Orlando and Walt Disney World

Disney World asking all guests at Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground to prepare for Hurricane Ian

Here is the message being sent to guests at Fort Wilderness.

Dear Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground Guest,

As you may be aware, we are anticipating potential inclement weather this week as a result of Tropical Storm Ian. The storm may bring high winds in this area beginning Wednesday, Sept. 28. as we continue to monitor the weather, we are asking that all Guests remove and stow all outside items, including tents and Halloween décor, and take in camper awnings. We ask for your assistance and cooperation in removing these items. The safety of our Guests and Cast is always our first priority and we will have Cast Members available to assist with these requests.

If you are camping in a tent and would like to discuss alternate options for your vacation, please contact the Front Desk.

We appreciate your understanding and apologize for any inconvenience. Should you have any questions or need additional assistance, our Front Desk Cast Members will be happy to assist you and can be reached at 407-824-2727.

Yesterday a State of Emergency was Declared for the Entire State of Florida by Gov. Ron DeSantis due to Hurricane Ian which is expected to hit Florida in the next couple of days.

If you have an upcoming visit to Walt Disney World this week please keep an eye on this storm as it has the potential to be quite bad if it hits Central Florida. I found the most up-to-date information can be found on the National Hurricane Center website.


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