Discover the Economic Value: How Many Points per Night to Stay at the DVC Cabins?

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 Points per Night to Stay at the DVC Cabins

Hey there, Disney Vacation Members! Are you ready to dive into the latest scoop on Disney Vacation Club’s newest gem? The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort are all the buzz, and I’m here to share the latest information regarding Points per Night to Stay at the DVC cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort. Whether you’re planning a cozy getaway or a magical family adventure, this info is your golden ticket to making the most out of your DVC points.

First things first, let’s talk about the points charts for 2024 and 2025. These charts are your roadmap to planning your stay at this DVC resort. The 2024 chart kicks off in July, aligning with the resort’s grand opening. As for 2025, it’s structured around 7 different periods, just like other DVC properties at Walt Disney World.

Now, let’s get to the juicy part – how many nights can your points get you? If you’ve got a minimum of 150 DVC points, you’re in for a treat. Picture this: up to 9 consecutive nights in the serene months of January, September, or early May. And if you’re eyeing a stay between May 15 – June 10 or December 1 – 23, those same points can cover 8 nights. Pretty sweet deal, right?

But wait, there’s more! During peak seasons like Easter and Christmas, the points per night reach their zenith – 32 points on weekdays and 36 on weekends. It’s the perfect time to experience the holiday magic at Disney, with a sprinkle of extra points.

One cool thing to note – the charts don’t differentiate between various views or locations of the cabins. And for those of you bringing your furry friends, some cabins are dog-friendly without any extra points charge. Just keep in mind, there’s a nightly fee of $30 for owners and $50 for guests and exchangers.

Looking for the best deal? September is your go-to month, with cabins costing just 15 points on weekdays and 18 on weekends. January and early May are close contenders, with a slight increase to 16/19 points. And for those who love the festive early-December vibe, it’s 18 points on weekdays and 21 on weekends.

Mark your calendars for July 1, 2024 – that’s when these cabins open their doors. Designed to accommodate up to 6 guests, they feature a queen-size bed, twin bunk beds in a dedicated bedroom, and a queen-size pull-down bed in the living room.

So there you have it, Disney Vacation Club Members! Whether you’re a DVC member or looking to make The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort your first DVC resort, they offer a unique and economical way to enjoy the magic. Start planning, start dreaming, and let the magic begin!

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Meet the Author: Nate Bishop

I’m a die-hard Disney fan with 38 years of visits under my belt, having stepped into Disney World 120+ times. Proud to be a Disney Annual Passholder, a Vacation Club member since ’92, a Castaway Club Member, and a runDisney enthusiast. Oh, and I’ve graduated from the Disney College of Knowledge. Need Disney insights or planning tips? I’m your guy!