Disney's Wilderness Lodge


The Lobby

A picture hanging in the lobby of the Wilderness

Here is a link to the old faithful resort built in 1903, where Disney got its idea from for the Wilderness

The front of Wilderness 06-2007

The Wilderness greeters

From atop of the Contemporary

A Quiet and Peaceful evening

The new furnishings of Wilderness Lodge 09-2006


Disney's Wilderness Lodge is a large, 729-room deluxe resort hotel in the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, United States. It was designed by the Urban Design Group and opened on May 28, 1994. It is Walt Disney World's most popular resort as ranked by readers of Disney Magazine.

The resort is themed to evoke the atmosphere of the Pacific Northwest. It includes both natural and Native American elements. The resort includes a working geyser and hot springs.

The resort features two table service restaurants: Artist Point, a dining experience reminiscent of the Pacific Northwest; and Whispering Canyon Café, which evokes the atmosphere of a Western-style lodge. It also includes fast food at Roaring Fork Snacks.

There are twelve official Hidden Mickeys in the Wilderness Lodge. You can ask for a list of them at the front desk to help in your search.

There is boat transportation available to the Magic Kingdom.

The resort's sister hotel is Disney's Grand Californian Hotel at Disneyland Resort, California (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)


Dining & Shopping

The resort has a number of dining options including Miss Jenny's which serves room service. The main dining at the resort is the Artist Point. It serves food prepared in the style of the American Northwest with meals are taken from Washington State, Oregon and British Columbia. These meals include dinners such as Cedar Plank Salmon, Grilled Buffalo and Artist Point Berry Cobbler. Seasonally Copper River Salmon is served.[1] Whispering Canyon Cafe is the other large restaurant but is cheaper than the Artist Point. Roaring Fork Snacks, Territory Lounge and Trout Pass all serve as quick snack eateries.

Wilderness Lodge Mercantile is a shop located in the main lobby of the resort and sells items themed after the Pacific Northwest along with other standard Disney items. Teton Boat and Bike Rentals rents out boats and bikes for guests to use on Bay Lake and the trails around the resort.


Wonders of the Lodge is a tour that takes you around the resort and tells of how it was constructed and the details that went into it.

Resort Facts

  • Rooms: 729

    • Presidential Suite is known as the Yellowstone Suite

    • Vice-Presidential Suite is known as the Yosemite Suite

  • Size: 100 Acres

  • Opening: May 28, 1994

  • Resort category: Deluxe

  • Address: 901 Timberline Dr., Lake Buena Vista, Florida, 32830

  • Fax: (407) 824-3232

  • Phone: (407) 824-3200

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