Escape to the rustic majesty of America’s Great Northwest. Inspired by turn-of-the-century National Park lodges, Disney’s Wilderness Lodge celebrates American craftsmanship and honors the beauty of the untamed wilderness. Soak in the splendor of the great outdoors, from nature trails through pine forests to rocking chairs that overlook a murmuring creek. Inside, discover towering totem poles, headdresses and more, and sink into a plush leather armchair in front of the roaring fireplace.
** Please Note: Disney’s Wilderness Lodge is currently undergoing a transformation! You may see or hear work in progress while we create new magic—including enhancements to Hidden Springs Pool, which will be closed from October 26, 2015 through 2017. Certain pathways and other areas will also be closed during construction, beginning in early October 2015.**
– Signature Dining –
At this Signature Dining experience, Guests are asked to adhere to the dress code. Men may wear khakis, slacks, jeans or dress shorts and collared shirts. Sport coats are optional. Women may wear Capri pants, skirts, dresses, jeans or dress shorts. Not permitted in the dining room are tank tops, swimsuits, swimsuit cover-ups, hats for gentlemen, cut-offs, torn clothing and shirts with offensive language or graphics.
Artist Point – Celebrate the culinary heritage of the Pacific Northwest with seasonal specialties and stunning waterfront views. Relax in the warm ambiance of this charming restaurant, inspired by the dining rooms of cherished National Park lodges. Dramatic murals capture the spirit and romance of the American frontier, and ornate iron lanterns are suspended from tremendous timber columns. Dine indoors as you enjoy panoramic views of Bay Lake and Silver Creek Falls, or retreat to the outdoor terrace to soak in the beauty of Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. Reservations are recommended and can be made up to 180 days prior to your visit.
– Dining Options –
Whispering Canyon Cafe’ – For a rowdy, rootin’ tootin’ good time, round up the whole family for hearty western fare and antics aplenty. Gallop on over to this Old Western eatery for games and good eatin’ served with attitude. Tether your trusty steed and mosey into this log-cabin lodge with rough-hewn charm and colorfully named Cast Members who have a reputation for sassing customers. Take your seat in a cowboy or Indian chair and get into some finger-lickin’ vittles. There’s plenty to go around! Just be careful what you wish for, especially if it’s ketchup. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made up to 180 days prior to your visit. Roaring Fork – Rush by for a rapid repast: continental and hot breakfast served in the morning and gourmet sandwiches, grill items and pizza later on. Try a roast beef bleu cheese sandwich or a signature Wilderness Salad. Beer and wine are also available.
Trout Pass Pool Bar – Swim upstream to this rustic little log cabin for delicious specialty cocktails, draft and bottled beer, and wine. Or get jumping with energy drinks or frozen nonalcoholic beverages.
– Themed Pools –
Surround yourself in the American Northwest at the Hidden Springs Pool and the Silver Creek Springs Pool. Hours and lifeguard availability vary by pool and are subject to change.
Silver Creek Springs Pool – Follow the bubbling Silver Creek to discover a dazzling heated pool surrounded by pine trees and boulders. At Silver Creek Springs Pool, zip down the exciting 67-foot waterslide built into the rocks, and relax in the hot and cold whirlpool spas. Children can even splash about in their own kiddie pool. Nearby, a lounge and bar offer refreshments and snacks.
Hidden Springs Pool – Retreat to this leisure pool which, along with a whirlpool spa, is nestled amongst the Villas.
– Additional Recreation –
Cub’s Den – We’ll take the cubs off your paws and entertain them with movies, games and more while you forage for fun. kids 3 to 12 years of age will be kept busy and entertained. In the meantime, parents can roam upstream in search of evening adventures. In a fun, secure environment staffed by caring Disney Cast Members, your little ones can get into video and board games, play with a variety of toys, enjoy western-themed arts and crafts—and even make new friends! With dinner, Disney movies, snacks, nightly themed activities and cool keepsakes, it’s an evening they’re sure to rave about for days to come. Cub’s Den is located just outside the main lobby of Disney’s Wilderness Lodge and is open daily from 4:30 PM to midnight.
Bike Rentals – Enjoy meandering woodland trails on a bicycle from Teton Boat & Bike Rentals.
Surrey Bike Rentals – Cruise along on a 2-person or 4-person Surrey bike, available from Teton Boat & Bike Rentals.
Motorized Boat Rentals – Cruise around Seven Seas Lagoon aboard a motorized boat from Teton Boat & Bike Rentals.
Sail Boat Rentals – Zip around Bay Lake on a 12-foot sailboat, available from the Marina, Teton Boat & Bike Rentals.
Fishing – Reel in the fun with a guided excursion—perfect for seasoned sportsmen and amateur wranglers alike!
Movies Under the Stars – Watch favorite Disney films on the moonlit shores of Bay Lake.
Jogging Trails – Jog through idyllic meadows and pine woodland. Maps are available from the Lobby Concierge.
Playground – Children 5 to 12 years of age can climb and slide to their hearts’ content on the beach playground.
Buttons & Bells Arcade – Aim for the high score at this exciting arcade, offering games both classic and contemporary.
Campfire Activites – Gather ‘round as the sun goes down for old-fashioned family fun as you roast marshmallows by a crackling fire.
Backstage Magic – See firsthand how thousands of dedicated Cast Members make magic happen every day at Walt Disney World Resort. Set out on a 7-hour tour for an inside look at all 4 theme parks and then some—a must-do for the avid Disney fan! This is a perfect chance to pull back the curtain and discover the heritage, secrets and daily operations that bring Walt Disney World Resort to life.