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by Connie Valdron
Lower Sackille, Nova Scotia
March 6, 2009
November 26, 2006
From journal Walt Disney World 2006
Little Rock, Arkansas
August 23, 2006
From journal Disney World Fort Wilderness Campground
April 2, 2006
From journal House of the Mouse
Raleigh, North Carolina
March 25, 2006
From journal Disney World Dining
October 31, 2003
The food includes bread with great honey butter, bbq ribs, fried chicken, corn, sweet baked beans, and strawberry shortcake for dessert (which leaves something to be desired). It's all-you-care-to-eat on the food and drinks including wine, sangria, and beer, all served on a red and white checkered tablecloth.
The show is sort of 'hee-haw' with cute songs and alot of audience participation. It creates involvment for all ages. The jokes are corny but it's always a fun, foot-stompin' good time.
From journal Disney and Universal Vacation
Middletown, New Jersey
March 25, 2003
The food, however, outdid the show--it was fantastic. Our family was seated at our own table and we were served a huge bucket of salad, a bucket of fried chicken (probably the best that I have to date), a bucket of ribs, vegetables, and much more. The dessert was a strawberry shortcake--enough to fulfil anyone's appetite. And, to me, the best part was the endless supply of beer, soda, and my favorite, sangria.
I highly recommend that you make reservations at this Ft. Wilderness Dinner Show--even if your plans don't involve Disney.
From journal A Disney Dream Come True
Williamstown, New Jersey
October 21, 2002
From journal Disney Trip