Disney’s Wilderness Lodge draws inspiration from lodges of the National Parks. It evokes the beauty and wonder of the great outdoors and the heritage of the wonderous American West.
When you arrive at the Lodge and enter through the main doors, you are greeted by the sights and smells of old timber. There is an 82-foot tall stone fireplace, two 55-foot tall hand-carved totem poles, and four teepee chandeliers.
The food here is an attraction of its own! Whispering Canyon Cafe sits in the lobby and offers up hot skillets of food with a side of humor from the cast members. Quite often, this is a must-do for returning park guests. Roaring Fork is your best bet for a quick and delicious counter service meal. Do you want to eat with a Disney Princess? Snow White, Grumpy, and Dopey welcome guests to the Artist Point Restaurant for a character dining experience. If you want to relax and unwind, stop by Geyser Point. Geyser Point is an open-air lounge that sits by the pool and the lake. It is a great place to unwind after a long day in the parks.
Wilderness Lodge has both DVC and standard hotel rooms. You can’t go wrong with either of these! You can even select rooms with views of the pool, lake, or my favorite, nature!
Wilderness Lodge is definitely the best bet for me! You are close to the action of the Magic Kingdom, but not too close. A boat or bus will get you where you need to go and back again for sound sleep. Try this winner out on your next adventure!
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