The look and feel of the Wilderness Lodge was inspired by national-park lodges of the early 20th century.
There is lots of stone work and exposed timber. The lobby soars eight stories and has huge totem poles and a stone fireplace, which represent the various levels of the Grand Canyon strata as it rises through the lobby.
The Wilderness Lodge is a joint property. It is both a Disney World Resort and a Disney Vacation Club property. There are two buildings and a collection of cabins along the lakefront.
The original main building, the Wilderness Lodge has been divided into regular guest rooms and DVC wings, the DVC wing being called Cooper Creek Villas. The newer building, originally the only DVC rooms in the resort is called Boulder Ridge Villas. Then there are a collection of new cabins along the lakeside which are DVC properties called the Cascade Cabins.
Lounges and Bars
Geyser Point Bar & Grill – This poolside bar offers specialty cocktails, Northwestern beers & wines, and sangria. A limited but great food menu is also available.
The Territory Lounge is located just off the lobby. The lounge has a real lodge feel with lots of wood and low light. Features small plates, deserts and an assortment of Northwestern wines and beers.
Restaurants and Dining
Artist Point – Table Service – Features a Snow White themed Character Dining experience every evening. .
Whispering Canyon Café – Table Service – This rowdy location is just off the lobby and offers both family style and individual meals. Servers are known to engage in over the top guest interactions when “set off” by such things as: asking for ketchup, informing them of a birthday in the party, dropping your silverware, or asking where the bathroom is.
Roaring Fork – Quick Service – You will find typical breakfast items available and the lunch/dinner menu offers items such as: Soups, salads, pasta of the day, sandwiches, burgers, chicken nuggets, and pizza.
Water Taxi – To the Magic Kingdom, Contemporary, Grand Floridian and Polynesian Resorts, and Fort Wilderness
Bus – Theme Parks, Water Parks, and Disney Springs
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