We arrived the day before Mother's Day to a FULL campground, but it cleared out on Sunday, leaving the grounds only about 1/3 full. We were in the 300 loop, which was close enough to walk to the Magic Kingdom boat, Pioneer Hall (for the fabulous Hoop De Doo Revue) and Crockett's Tavern where we enjoyed 2 delicious breakfast buffets. The restroom facilities are kept very clean and showers were always available, even on the busy Sunday morning. We enjoyed the pool one afternoon, and my nieces were thrilled with the kids' afternoon activities, especially how the leaders made sure to include the younger of the 2 girls. The campground has some biting white flies, so if you're susceptible to bug bites, spray is a must! The bus transportation all around camp is a bonus. The campsite size was more than adequate for our large trailer, and the loops which allow dogs are much appreciated. A family of wild turkeys wandered through our campsite one morning, making us appreciate this wilderness resort even more.