Some of the areas were more open and more crowded.
If you don't have an RV or a tent, you can rent a cabin instead:
There is a recreation area with a campfire program area, fishing pond, and pools.
The Hoop-de-Doo is a family entertainment and meal event held a couple of times every evening at what they call the Outpost at the far end of Fort Wilderness, in the building on the far left of the first photo. The second photo is the camp store, which sells a very few groceries and a lot of souvinirs. The last two photos are of the ferry dock that provides direct transportation to the Magic Kingdom and some of the other lake resorts. Taking the ferry is cold, but it is a nice ending to a night at the theme park. You can rent small boats or a pontoon boat there for a lot of $$$!
Also, at the Outpost is another restuarant with a buffet and takeout pizza. There are also horse carriage rides available and bus transportation back to campsites and to the Settlement, which is where the parking lot is for the Hoop-de-Doo and the Fort Wilderness registration offices.