Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground reopened Wednesday morning after a 10-day closure following Hurricane Irma.
The campground, which sits in a 750-acre pine and cypress forest, received extensive damages during the worst storm in Florida’s history. Its heavily wooded trails, cabins and campsites were restored and back in business Wednesday, according to Disney’s Twitter announcement.
The resort’s two dinner shows, the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue and Mickey’s Backyard BBQ are also ready for diners.
All reservations were refunded, rescheduled or canceled following the storm.
The closure was the longest ever at the campground, which opened Nov. 19, 1971, six weeks after Walt Disney World‘s debut.