Disney's Wilderness Lodge a deluxe resort close to Magic Kingdom with multi- bedroom villas, hotel rooms, and rooms with bunk beds.
The Wilderness Lodge property has three main parts: the Lodge, Boulder Ridge Villas and Copper Creek villas. All of these areas have been under construction.
The Lodge - Roaring Fork, one of the quick service restaurants, is closed. The pool bar is closed and fenced off. A wing of the Lodge is being “re-imagined” into villas for the Copper Creek Villas
Boulder Ridge Villas – The pool should be re-opening soon.
Copper Creek Villas – This has two parts: the bungalows down by the water and the wing of the Lodge. The bungalows look almost complete. The wing of the lodge has a few more weeks.
Dining – The resort has a signature restaurant: Artist Point with cuisine from the Pacific Northwest. Since it is signature dining, it uses 2 table service credits from the Disney Dining Plan. Outside Artist Point is Territory Lounge. This lounge currently offers breakfast in the morning since Roaring Forks is closed. In the evening, the lounge offers bar food with a couple items from the Artist Pointe menu available.
Geyser Point is the new quick service option and it is great! It’s my new favorite bar at Disney World. You can sit at the bar and get a great view of the water. Try the Bison Burger and brisket/cheese dip. For breakfast, the eggs benedict and the oatmeal are great choices. It’s also a Quick Service location so you can order at the counter and refill your Dining Plan mug.
Have you stayed at Disney's Wilderness Lodge? What did you think?
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