Located in the absolute back of Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campgrounds is the delicious Trails End restaurant. It is located right next door to the dinner show, Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue. When you head out here it will make you feel like you are at camp. The outside is a log cabin, typical of the style you find of other buildings at the resort. The inside has a charming but worn feel. Here is a deep dive into our Trails End dinner dining review.
Trails End Quick Breakdown
- Service: Sit Down, Buffet
- Type of Food: Southern Cooking
- Price: $$
- Location: Disney Fort Wilderness Resort
- Disney Dining Plan: Yes, 1 Table Service Credit
- Discounts: Annual Passholder, Tables in Wonderland, Disney Visa and DVC
- Features: Alcohol
- Good For: Scenic meal
- Menu: Official Disney Dinner Menu
A Tour Around Trails End
Now for a look at the buffet line options!
Make sure you get a slice or two of cornbread it’s seriously the best part of the meal!
They have fried and smoked chicken both were amazing!
Dinner Dishes from Trails End
The buffet items can always change but here is a look at the staples that are commonly found at Trails End: Soup of the Day, Chili, Salad Bar, Veggies, Cornbread, Smoked Pork Ribs, Fried Chicken, Pasta, Pizza Slices, Hand Carved Roasted Meats, Fresh Catch of the Day, House-made Fruit Cobbler, Soft Serve Ice Cream.
Trails End Recommendation
I love the value you get here at Trails End. Our dinner was just $30 a person before our Tables in Wonderland discount. It’s a fantastic price in comparison to other Disney buffet prices. We were absolutely stuffed after eating here. I was hardly able to even taste dessert. The only complaint my husband could muster up was that it didn’t have steak. His plate was piled with other options so I don’t think he was all that upset. In the comments below feel free to share your Trails End dinner dining review and experiences.
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