Disney's Wilderness Lodge is located on Bay Lake in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. The lodge stands one mile from Magic Kingdom Park.
Disney's Wilderness Lodge was modeled after the Northwest's great historic lodges. An eight-story lobby features a rushing river, Native American sculptures and artifacts, a traditional totem pole, a not-so-traditional Disney-character totem pole, and a floor-to-ceiling rock-strata fireplace. Artist Point affords views of Bay Lake and Silver Creek Falls, and specializes in wild game and Alaskan cedar-planked salmon. Whispering Canyon Café features all-you-can-eat barbecue and wood-smoked meats. Roaring Fork Snack Bar offers counter service throughout the day. Territory Lounge serves light appetizers, beer and Pacific Northwest wines. The lobby's splashing stream cascades over rock formations and flows down to the Silver Creek Springs outdoor pool which features a waterslide, a children's pool, and hot and cold spa tubs. A private, white-sand beach borders Bay Lake. The seasonal Trout Pass Pool Bar serves beer, specialty drinks and snacks. The Wilderness Marina offers bass-fishing excursions and rents watercraft. A complimentary, limited-hour fitness center houses cardiovascular and weight-training machines, free weights and balance balls. The Cub's Den offers supervised evening activities for children ages four to 12.
Disney's Wilderness Lodge offers 727 guestrooms located in two wings. Guestroom doors are etched with teepee designs. Rooms extend onto private woodland- or courtyard-view balconies or patios. Armoires are accented with nature scenes and twig trim. Bed headboards are carved with forest scenes, and bed posts are topped with wood-carved forest creatures. Shades of cool blue and green décor echo the Great Northwest forest's tapestry of colors. Bathrooms feature separate granite-topped vanities and curved shower rods. Rooms include 32-inch, flat-screen televisions and DVD players. High-speed Internet access is available for a fee.