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Arrow The Wilderness Lodge and Villas FAQ (Part 7) Simbas and Tiggers and Humphreys OH MY!

Disney's Wilderness Lodge and Villas Resort

Please read the first few post of this thread as we have collected and update information through the years. Cost, times, activities, schedules do change we will confirm and update it here on page 1 as soon as we can.

So relax, enjoy and post any questions you may have someone will try and help.





WELCOME HOME

The Wilderness Lodge and Villas are nestled in a dense forest of pines on Bay Lake, accessible by waterway from the Magic Kingdom. The Lodge and Villas were inspired by the U.S. National Park lodges built in the 1900s.
Wilderness Lodge and the Villas offer varying accommodations, ranging from 350-1072 sq. feet. The Lodge houses 728 guest rooms and suites, with some encircling the cavernous lobby but most in the two wings. The cozy Lodge rooms are outfitted with pine furniture and quilted bedspreads. Most Lodge rooms have two queen beds, but some offer a bunk bed in place of the second bed. The Villas feature 136 studios, one-and two-bedroom suites, each with a kitchenette or full kitchen, VCR, and washer and dryer.


Questions Asked at Wilderness Lodge:

What are the advantages to staying at the WL?


Located in the Magic Kingdom Resort area, the WL is a themed resort unto itself. Many folks feel they could stay at the Lodge their entire trip and still have had relaxing vacation with their money well spent.

Is there a Wall Safe located in the rooms?

The rooms do have a small Key-operated safe in the closet to store valuables. It's big enough for your plane tickets, cash/travelers checks and maybe some jewelry, but not much more. For storing larger valuables inquire at the front.

Is Internet service available?

Yes, wired broadband High-speed Internet access (Fee: $9.95 for a contiguous 24 hour period) If you do not want or can not use the in-room HISA, you have several other options. You may use regular dial-up in the room (check for telephone charges)
Some wireless connections are available if you visit other resorts. (Convention Centers) If your laptop computer or Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) is Wi-Fi enabled, you'll be able to access the internet from the common areas of these resorts. Fee: $4.99 for the first 60 minutes or $9.95 for 24 contiguous hours. The vendor that provides this Wi-Fi service, Smart City, will bill you using a secure credit card transaction via the on-screen internet connection. Check with other resort for more information.

Disney Vacation Club Members have "free" wired broadband internet access when staying in a Disney Vacation Club Resort on points. (Free Daily Internet charge effective May 4, 2008)

What time does the geyser erupt?

The geyser erupts every hour on the hour from 7:00a.m. until 10:00p.m.

Are there towels available at the pool?

Towels are available at the pool by the pool bar. They are also located by Hidden Springs Pool at the Villas.

What time is the Electrical Water Pageant?

The Electrical Water Pageant is nightly at 9:35p.m. on Bay Lake. (Note: May be canceled due to inclement weather.) You'll be treated to the delightful Electric Water Pageant which makes its way across Bay Lake nightly. This whimsical light and music show will entertain you and your family for about 10 minutes. It's worth seeing at least once!

What about shopping?

The large Wilderness Lodge Mercantile in the Lodge carries Disney themed clothing, sundries, camera supplies, postage stamps, beer & wine, foodstuffs, newspapers, and souvenirs. With the Villas just next door the Mercantile carries a larger selection of groceries then most Disney Gift Shops.

Are tours of Disney's Wilderness Lodge available?

A unique tour, called the "Wonders of the Lodge," is offered to guest on various days beginning at 9:00a.m. During the summer months the tours will be on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday.This guided tour provides an informative look at the history of Disney's Wilderness Lodge, including its distinctive construction, theming and artwork. Please call the Front Desk for the schedule of the tour days and availability. (Guest should meet in the Lobby of Wilderness Lodge.)

Where can I find a Map of Wilderness Lodge?

Wilderness Lodge area Map

Wilderness Lodge Room #'s and Locations

What activities are available at WL for children?

Daily Activities:
Open Crafts and Games
located in Cub's Den (free)
Children must be accompanied by an adult. 2:30-4:00pm

Magic Cookie Hour:
Join in at the Roaring Fork to decorate your own cookie with sprinkles, icing and a touch of Magic. All ages.

On select days Wilderness lodge has programs for children:
When you arrive at the Lodge you will receive a Recreation Activities list which will cover the entire month.
The follow are some examples of the activities during your stay:

Chalk Art:
Design your own chalk masterpiece at the main pool. All ages.
Pool Party:
Get ready to party at Silver Springs Pool as we turn up the music with fun games and dancing for everyone. All ages.
Pool Games:
Meet at Silver Springs Pool for pool games. Games include Finding Nemo, relay races, fish wars, and much more. All Ages.
Beach Games:
Put on the sunscreen and head to the beach for some fun games including towel toss, ring toss, steal the bacon, tug-of-war, obstacle course, and much more. All ages.
Water Basketball:
Want to make your day a slam dunk? Join in at the Silver Springs Pool for WaterBasketball. All Ages
Dodgeball:
Come & dip, duck and dodge for some Dadgeball fun at the beach. All ages.
Giant Jenga & Giant Checker:
Head to Silver Springs Pool for a chance to play Giant Jenga & Giant Checkers. All ages.
Crab Soccer:
Crawl your way to victory with crab soccer at the main beach. All ages
Duck Races:
Ready-Set-Go to Silver Springs Pool for a fun-filled duck race down the stream. All ages.
Bingo:
Get Bingo B-4 anyone else can win! Meet behind Trout Pass Pool Bar. $1.00 per card, per game. Prizes are awarded to the winners. all ages.

Activities and programs are subject to change. In the event of inclement weather they will be moved to the Wilderness Lodge Lobby.

*For good rainy day activities, ask for a Kid's activity/coloring book at the bell station or a list of Hidden Mickeys at Guest services. You can also get a list of the resort's music at the Mercantile shop.

Cub's Den:
Children's Entertainment Center

4:30p.m.-Midnight
Ages 4-12
$11.50 per hour
(Meal included)
Dinner and a late snack are included in price.
Call WDW-DINE for availability and reservations.


Kid's Nite Out, Inc.
If a babysitter is needed throughout your stay, the Walt Disney Company recommends utilizing the services of Kid’s Nite Out. Kid’s Nite Out Caregivers can provide one-on-one in-room childcare in the comfort of your Walt Disney World Resort room or can just hang out with your family if you need a father’s/mother’s helper. The sitters are over the age of 18 years and are certified in child/infant CPR and basic first aid. Reservations can be made up to two months in advance and require at least a 24-hour notice.
Rates are based upon the number of children…
1 child - $16.00 per hour
2 children - $18.50 per hour
3 children - $21.00 per hour
4 children - 23.50 per hour
For groups or more than 4 children, all children must be 2 years of age or older. Please call Kid’s Nite for these rates 800-696-8105 or 407-828-0920.
After 9:00 p.m., there will be an additional $2.00 an hour charge.
For children 6 weeks - 12 years old
One-time transportation fee of $10 will be added to total bill for the care provider.
All rates are hourly based, with a 4-hour minimum, and a one-time transportation fee. Cancellations require 24 hours notice to avoid the 4-hour charge. Advance reservations are required. Prices are subject to change without notice.
For childcare on Holidays and Special Events, rates are subject to change.

Great Adult/Family Activities:

Segway Tour:
Wilderness Back Trail Adventure:
Embark on a journey like no other. Disney's Back Trail Adventure allows you to experience a Segway as you enjoy the Florida landscape around Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground.
Call 407-WDW-TOUR for reservations.

Explore the resort:
Indian artifacts, historic paintings, and survey maps are displayed. Follow Silver Creek from it's indoor origin as a Hot Spring and onward outside as a bubbling brook and waterfall, eventually making it's way to Bay Lake.

Flag family:
Ask about becoming a Flag family. Each morning a family is selected to go on the Lodge roof to help raise the flag! This is a wonderful and very popular treat, that can only be requested at check-in, prior reservations are not possible.

NEW
Evening Portraits:
How about a family portrait? Join us by the Silver Creek Springs in the lobby.
No charge to have portraits taken, prints available for purchase at the PhotoPass Desk: Open 4:30pm-9:30pm.

NEW
Movie Under the Stars:
Enjoy Disney movies under the stars by the shores of Bay Lake. Bring your beach towel and enjoy.
(Hours maybe seasonal so for a list movies and start times check your Recreation Activities list that you will receive at check-in)

As of June 1, 2007 all rooms at WDW are Non-Smoking.
Disney's Wilderness Lodge and The Villas @ Disney's Wilderness Lodge is a smoke-free environment except for designated outdoor smoking locations. A $250-$500 room recovery fee, plus tax, will be charged for smoking in guest rooms, balconies or on patios.

Designated Smoking Locations:
There are two designated smoking locations at Wilderness Lodge, and one location for the Villas.

The main DSA is located on the south side of the Lodge outside behind the Arcade, exit through the doors near the Mercantile Gift Shop the smoking area is just past the Buttons and Bells Arcade on the right.
The second DSA is located on the patio behind the Trout Pass Pool Bar next to Bay Lake.
The DSA at the Villas is located outside behind Sturdy Branches Health Club, near the rear door.


TRANSPORTATION:
You can take a direct Boat or Bus to the Magic Kingdom. Boats also ferry you to Ft Wilderness and the Contemporary. Buses take you EPCOT, Disney Hollywood Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom, Downtown Disney, and the water parks.* To reach other resorts, go to the Magic Kingdom (daytime) or Downtown Disney (evening), and then transfer to a resort bus. Fort Wilderness and Wilderness Lodge share many of their bus routes, so travel to and from Fort Wilderness is quite convenient.*


Boats:

New transportation routes for service between Wilderness Lodge and the Magic Kingdom: November 2007

Red Flag Motor Cruiser

Photo by MassJester

Red Flag Motor Launch

Photo by DizneyNutz

The Photos above are of a Red Flag Motor Launch and the Red Flag Motor Cruiser that run between the Wilderness Lodge and the Magic Kingdom. (*NOTE the sizes of the two types of boats.)


Photo by MassJester

As many know there are two separate boat routes that serve Wilderness Lodge:

The Blue Flag Resort Boats Run continuously between the three resorts (Wilderness Lodge, Contemporary Resort and Ft. Wilderness Campground) there are at lest two of these smaller boats that run during the day. Always check with the boat Capitan as to which resort the boat will be headed for next, in the am they travel clockwise WL, CR, Ft Wilderness at 3:00pm they reverse the route to counter clockwise WL, Ft. Wilderness, CR. The operating hours are 6:45am-11:30pm (Times & Schedulles are subject to change)

The smaller Blue Flag Motor Launches Resort Boats holds appx 39 guest are open to the elements and require a guest to transfer from wheelchairs to the boat with a step down. (strollers also need to be folded) The Motor Launch boats are unable to load ECV's.


Red Flag Resort Boats hours of operation are from 1/2 hour before park opens until 1 1/2 hours after park closing.

The operating times that are posted: Means 1/2 half hour before the opening time of the Magic Kingdom, rather it's EMH (morning) or regular scheduled hours. The boats also continue to run 1 1/2 hour after the Magic Kingdom closes rather regular closing time, EMH (evening) MNSSHP, MVMCP or Pirate & Princess Party.

The Red Flag Boats operate between The Wilderness Lodge and Magic Kingdom only. There are two boats that run between the Lodge and MK continuously, on the day I took the new route we had one large Motor Cruisers and one smaller Motor Launches serving the Wilderness Lodge with FWC having two larger Motor Cruisers.

The larger Red Flag Motor Cruisers Boats Holds appx 120 guest. Guest traveling in wheelchairs or ECV's have access without transferring from chairs and strollers may also be left open and rolled directly on board. Note:These larger Motor Cruisers will be able to load wheelchairs/ECV's, there is a Warning posted on the dock that states that due to water levels access to wheelchairs /ECV's may not be able to load. (thus the Direct Bus access between Wilderness Lodge and the Magic Kingdom) In over twelve years of visiting Wilderness Lodge I have never seen anyone in a wheelchair or ECV ever not be able to board, the boats are enclosed.

**Please note that if the Red Flag Boat being used is a Motor Launch the same boarding restrictions will apply for strollers or wheelchairs. They require a guest to transfer from wheelchairs to the boat with a step down. (strollers also need to be folded) The Motor Launch boats are unable to load ECV's.

Bus:


Photo by DizneyNutz

Because everyone seems to question the Bus Service @ Wilderness Lodge I’m going to attempt to post my experiences during my many stays at the Lodge:

Magic Kingdom/Ft Wilderness Campground Buses:

This bus stop shares buses that travel to the Magic Kingdom (Direct route to and from Magic Kingdom) and a second bus that travels to Ft Wilderness Campground this bus goes to the Settlement Depot. (Pioneer Hall/Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue Show) You may ask the driver which location they are going to before boarding.
*Note: The Direct Bus runs between Wilderness Lodge and the Magic Kingdom until after the Magic Kingdom closes then reverts back to the old route to TTC so depending on when your trip is and when the MK closes this could be another option to travel from the Monorail Resorts to or from Wilderness Lodge after normal park hours.

Magic Kingdom: Disney Bus service begins approximately 1 hour prior to the park opening time listed for that day. If it's EMH the time will adjust to 1 hour before also.

Disney's Hollywood Studio Bus:
This bus arrives @ The Wilderness Lodge first, and then travels to Ft. Wilderness Campground the Settlement Depot. Using this back route the bus doesn’t travel to the front of the Campground (Pioneer Hall/Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue Show) this extra stop only takes a few minutes.
Returning from DHS the bus travels directly to The Wilderness Lodge then continues to Settlement Depot.

Disney's Hollywood Studios: Disney Bus service begins approximately 1 hour prior to the park opening time listed for that day.

EPCOT Bus:
This bus arrives @ The Wilderness Lodge first, and then travels via Vista Blvd. to Outpost Depot at the front entrance of Ft. Wilderness Campground for guest staying at the campgrounds. This may take up to an additional 10 min.
Returning from EPCOT the bus travels directly to The Wilderness Lodge then continues back to the Outpost Depot.

Epcot: Disney Bus service begins approximately 1 hour prior to the park opening time listed for that day.

Animal Kingdom/Blizzard Beach Bus:
This bus arrives @ Wilderness Lodge first, then travels via Seven Seas Drive to the Grand Floridian to board guest, then travels to Blizzard Beach then Animal Kingdom.
Returning from Animal Kingdom the bus stops first @ Blizzard Beach for guest returning to the resorts. Then goes on to Wilderness Lodge followed by the Grand Floridian.

Animal Kingdom: Disney Bus service begins approximately 1 hour prior to the park opening time listed for that day.
Blizzard Beach: Bus service will begin 1 hour prior to the park opening time listed for that day.

Downtown Disney/Typhoon Lagoon:
This bus arrives @ Wilderness Lodge first, and then travels via Vista Blvd. to Outpost Depot at the front entrance of Ft. Wilderness Campground for guest staying at the campgrounds. This may take up to an additional 10 min. the bus then proceeds to DTD’s Marketplace, Pleasure Island, West Side then Typhoon Lagoon.
Of all the buses this route always takes the longest wait & travel time. This route has to travel in areas with heavy traffic that is off property at times, so please keep this in mind when you take it. I have also heard that this route may also not go to Ft. Wilderness but shares with the Grand Floridian.

Downtown Disney Marketplace/Pleasure Island/West Side: DTD buses start running at approximately 8:30am. This is a combined bus stop located at Downtown Disney/Pleasure Island. The bus driver will announce the latest bus return time.

Typhoon Lagoon: Bus service will begin 1 hour prior to the park opening time listed for that day.

*NOTE: With Disney’s On Demand Service Bus Service the routes may change at anytime, during Peak and Off Peak Seasons the routes may also be changed. The above routes I have posted are the routes that have been used on 99% of my visits to the Wilderness Lodge and The Villas @ Wilderness Lodge. I have also encountered new bus drivers that have taken creative liberties with the routes and correct order of each location.

Character Breakfasts Service will begin ½ hour before the earliest seating. The marquee on the bus will read "Character Breakfast." It should be noted that guests should verify with the driver which park the bus is going to for the character breakfast because there are different ones for different parks. They have the flexibility to allow direct transportation to the theme parks, and area resorts.

If you want to arrive early to any park you could catch a Character Breakfast bus going to the Park but unless you have a ADR or other scheduled event you will have to wait until the Park opens to gain access.

Please take note that all times are subject to change. If you have questions regarding transportation within WDW you should contact Guest Services for additional information.

Think of the bus ride as an adventure your children will.


RECREATION:

Pools:

All pools are outdoor and heated
The pool is themed to look like a natural pool in one of the Western national parks (complete with waterfall, hot and cold spas, and a small slide). A smaller quite pool is located closer to the Villas building

One Main feature pool with a slide (Silver Creek Springs Pool)
Silver Creek Pool Hours Lifeguard/Slide
9:00a.m.-10:00p.m.
Note* If No Lifeguard is on duty the slide will be closed.
(hours subject to seasonal changes)

Silver Creek Springs Pool-Pool and spas are open 24 hours (weather and maintenance permitting; please respect quiet hours (12AM - 7AM)
One quiet pool located at Villas, Hidden Springs Pool (No lifeguard on duty)
Kiddie pool
Three Jacuzzis (Two-one Hot one Cold are located next to Silver Creek Springs Pool, one Hot at Villas next to Hidden Springs Pool)

The swimming pools are intended for the exclussive use of The Wilderness Lodge and The Villas at Wilderness Lodge guests. Swimmers aid's are only allowed in shallow water. Life jackets are available for use at no charge at Teton Boat & Bike Rental with a Resort ID card. (room key)
For consideration of others please do not leave personal items, including pool towels, to reserve pool chairs.


For your safety and enjoyment, diaper-age children are required to wear swim diapers or rubber pants when using and pool at the WALT DISNEY WORLD Resort. Swim diapers are available at the Mercantile for your convenience.

Health Club:
Sturdy Branches Health Club:
Full range of cardio and strength equipment, free weights
Massage Treatments offered. In room massage by appointment.
(See post # 3 on this page for rates and treatments available.)

Sauna room:
Personal Training by appointment
Located in The Villas at Wilderness Lodge (next door)

Bay Lake Beach:
For sunbathing.

Arcade:
Buttons and Bells Games Arcade
Check out the arcade for some of latest games to test your skills.
Open 24 hours

Playground:
Playground equipment available

Watercraft Rentals:
(See below for rates)
Water mice, sailboats, pontoon boats, canopy boats and water-skiing

**Bike Rentals:
Bikes are available to rent (See below for rates)

Fishing:
Hook a fun-filled fishing trip for the entire family. Bass Fishing Excursions and Children's Fishing Excursions for bluegill (ages 6-12 years) are available on Bay Lake and Seven seas Lagoon. Trips are two hours long and depart from Wilderness Lodge Marina. Fishing guide and equipment provided for up to 5 guest per boat. (Catch-and-release basis only) (See below for rates)

Jogging:
Jogging path extends about a mile to Ft. Wilderness.
WL & Ft. Wilderness Campground Trails

Kids Activities:
Game room, kiddie pool, and Cub's Den themed baby-sitting service for kids ages 4-12.

***Teton Boat & Bike Rental***
Explore the Seven Seas lagoon, Bay Lake and the Wilderness Trails.
Bike Rental 9:00a.m.-5:00p.m. (Bikes must be turned in by 5PM)
Boat Rental 10:00a.m.-5:00p.m. (Last boat rental at 4:45PM)
Bay Lake and Seven Seas Lagoon close at 5:00PM. (operating Hours vary by season)


Note: Prices are valid as of June 2010. Prices are subject to change without notice, list prices do not include tax or gratuity.

Specialty Cruises:
Celebrate special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, or group outings by watching the Magic Kingdoms Firework.
Hours vary, standard trip lasts 50 minutes. Prices vary depending on the party size, food, and decorations.
Maximum 8-10 people per boat: Includes driver, snacks & beverages.Addition food and beverage packages are available (additional charge)
Call WDW-PLAY (407-939-7529) for reservations

Motorized Boats:
Sea Raycer $32.00 per 1/2 hour, $40.00 per 3/4 hour, $45.00 per hour
2 passenger maximum (320 lb. max)
*Driver must be 12 years of age and be 5 ft. tall in order to operate:
No age restrictions for passengers. Parent/legal guardian signature required for all minors.

17' Boston Whaler Montauk:$45.00 per 1/2 hour
6 passengers maximum
*Diver must be 18 years of age

21' Sun Tracker Pontoon Boat: $45.00 per 1/2 hour
10 passengers
*Diver must be 18 years of age

Bicycles:
Mongoose bikes of various sizes
$9.00 a hour, $18.00 a day.
Size vary,based on availability *Helmets must be worn by those 15 years old or younger (privided free of charge) Parent/legal guardian signature required for all minors.

Surrey Bikes:
$20.00 1/2 hour-2 Seater
$22.00 1/2 hour-4 Seater
Operator must be at least 18 years of age and in good health. Height
of 5'4" required to reach pedals. Shoes are required

Fishing Excursion:
Guided Bass Fishing Excursions:
7am-9am or 10am-12:00pm
$270.00
1:30pm-3:30pm $235.00 Excursion Daily 2hr
Extended trips are also available$455.00 4hr 7:00am or 10:00am
Guided excursions are tax-exempt. All Guided excursions include 2 hours of fishing for up to five people, an experience guide, rod & reels, tackle, artificial bait, live bait, non-alcoholic beverages, a digital photo or your outing & a one-year BASS membership. Call WDW-BASS (407-939-2277)

RESTAURANTS:

Artist Point:

Dinner Menu
Children's Dinner Menu

Whispering Canyon Cafe:
Breakfast Menu
Lunch Menu
Dinner Menu
Children's Breakfast Menu
Children's Lunch Menu
Children's Dinner Menu

Roaring Fork Snacks:
Menu

Territory Lounge:
Menu

Miss Jenny's In Room Dining:
Menu

Trout Pass Pool Bar

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WILDERNESS LODGE-GUEST ROOMS

Photo by DizneyNutz

Disney's Wilderness Lodge is a majestic reflection of the famous National Park lodges of America's Great Northwest. This Deluxe Resort features a spectacular pool area with water slide, white-sand beach, and a complete array of dining and recreational options.

Disney's Wilderness Lodge Resort:
901 Timberline Drive
Lake Buena Vista, Florida. 32830
(407)824-3200

Check In/Out: 3:00 PM/11:00 AM
Check-in: Check-in is after 3:00pm. For guest arriving before 3:00pm you may still check-in to receive room keys, tickets etc. (or other options if you have booked a package) The Lodge will make every effort to get you into your room soon as possible. If your room isn't ready you will be given a small card with the resorts telephone # to call and check on the availability during the day.

Check-out: Check-out time is before 11am. Express check-out is available to guests using their VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, DinersClub, and JCB cards. This option should be given to you at check-in if not please call or visit the Front Desk.

ATM: ATM machines are available in the main lobby of the resort.

First Aid: For all emergencies, Dial 911. In-room medical care services are also available. Dial "Front Desk" for assistance. For your safety, special containers are provided, upon request by Housekeeping, for disposal of hypodermic needles and razor blades. Please Dial "Housekeeping" to request a Sharps container. No charge.

Mousekeeping: For special services including bed boards, bed rails, extra pillows and blankets, baby cribs, extra hangers, towels, specific cleaning time requests, or any sundry items you may require, Dial "Housekeeping/Maintenance" on your in room phone.

Airline Check-in: You can check your luggage and receive your airline boarding pass at the Resort Airline Check-in Desk, located in the Porte Cochere. If you are departing on a domestic flight from Orlando International Airport (MCO) on participating air carriers, you can check in no less than 3 hours prior to your scheduled departure time.

Magical Express Service: If you are utilizing this service and would like assistance transporting your luggage to the motor coach departure location. Please call LUGGAGE/VALET on your in-room phone.

For room rates visit: Disney on line

About 37 Lodge rooms with King beds double as the barrier-free (handicap-accessible) rooms and have a large shower with no tub.

* Note there are more then 37 rooms with King size beds, So yes there are regular King size bed rooms with full baths.


STANDARD ROOM-TWO QUEEN BEDS
(sleeps 4) Guest Room amenities include:
In-room wall safe, voice mail, hair dryer, iron/ironing board, coffeemaker and refrigerator.
Pak-n-Play Cribs available upon request.

Please note that a Standard Room either Regular or Club Level is not necessarily Standard View Room. ie All Standard View Rooms, Woods View Rooms & Courtyard View Rooms are also a Standard Rooms.
There are basically three rooms categories at Wilderness Lodge.
1.) Standard Room (sleeps 4 adults + one infant under the age of 3)
2.) Deluxe room (Sleeps 6 adults + one infant under the age of 3)
3.) Suites (occupancy depends on which Suite you have book please very with IPO)



DELUXE-TWO QUEEN BEDS & ONE SOFA BED
The Deluxe rooms have now been upgraded to Club Level (Concierge) they sleeps 6. The Deluxe Guest Room has a sitting area separated from the bedroom by French doors, additional television, refrigerator with ice machine, coffeemaker, and wet bar. All Deluxe Guest Rooms feature woodland views, but may also have a view of Bay Lake or the Inner Courtyard.

The deluxe rooms are located through out the Lodge and the views vary, they are considered non view specific. Meaning you don't pay any more for a view you may have, because your paying for the room class not a view. The standard club level rooms are also non view specific which means you may only request a view or room location.

So the location of one of these rooms will be up to the room assigner, if you would like a specific room location you should have the request added to your room reservation. Remember a request isn't a guarantee so you may receive any of the rooms.

example:
Request room located at the end of the North Wing.
Request room Located at the end of the South Wing.
Request room located half way down South Wing near elevators.

There are no deluxe rooms located on the 7th floor, you will have access to the 7th floor via your room key.

I found the following information posted by a Wilderness Lodge expert (trust me this poster knows The Wilderness Lodge and the Villas) adding it to our information as it's very informative.

orignally posted by HumphreytheBearThere are actually 25 "Deluxe Rooms" (Junior Suites) They are 1000, 1003, 1166, 1169, 2000, 2003, 2123, 2166, 2169, 3000, 3003, 3123, 3166, 3169, 4000, 4003, 4123, 4166, 4169, 5000, 5003, 5123, 5166, 5169 and 6123.

All of these rooms do offer a connecting option that would be a room with 2 queen beds or a room with one king bed that is either woods or courtyard view. Rooms X000 are the rooms in the North wing that are at the very end of the hall on the left corner, Contemporary side they are Lake/tree view, X003 are the 2 doors down on the right corner with a pool/lake/tree view rooms X123 are halfway down the south wing in the left corner overlooking the pool/lake/geyser. Room X166 is the room at the far end of the south wing on the left corner with a lake view and rooms X169 are 2 doors down on the right corner also with a lake view. Rooms 2123, 3123, 1166, 1169, 2166, and 2169 have "dormer balconies, due to the design of the building these rooms have brick on the balcony railing so you can not see out unless you are standing up (if you sit you see brick), just FYI.



Concierge @ Wilderness Lodge Old Faithful Club Lounge

I have been requested to add a little information on Page 1 describing Concierge and the procedure's for guest that are thinking about or have already booked their first concierge stay at Wilderness Lodge.

You will receive an E-mail or phone call from the IPO Staff shorty after you book concierge. (These staff cast members aren't located at Wilderness Lodge but will be your first contact.)

For Guest staying Club Level:
Wilderness Lodge Itinerary Planning Office
407-824-2466 phone
407-824-3162 fax

If you arrive by personal/private car at the Wilderness Lodge the first contact will be the security guard at the entrance. You will be required to show a photo ID (required for any arriving guest).

You will then drive up to the Port and let the valet cast member know that you are staying Club Level. They will instruct you to go into the Lobby and check in with Bell Services. A cast member in Bell Services will check for your name on a list and then call upstairs and let them know you are there and check to see if your room is ready.

If your room is ready, you will either be escorted upstairs by someone in management or by the bell services cast member who has your luggage.

Bell Services will have your check in package that includes your room keys. Once, upstairs you will be shown to your room with your luggage and told that once you are settled to come up to the desk and finish the check in process.

If your room is not ready. Bell Services will hold your luggage and escort you upstairs to finish the check in process. You will then be shown around and can enjoy the lounge offerings while waiting for your room.

Hours of Service

Old Faithful Club Desk......................................7:00am-10:00pm
Coffee............................................ .....................6:30am-7:00am
Continental Breakfast......................................7:0 0am-10:30am
Refreshments...................................... ............11:30am-4:00pm
Wine & Cheese Selections................................5:00pm-7:00pm
Cordials & Desserts.......................................... .8:00pm-10:00pm
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The Club Concierge Cast Members of the Old Faithful Club at Disney Wilderness Lodge wish to welcome you home!

Club Concierge Cast Members are at your service daily from 7 am to 10 pm to arrange dining, childcare, transportation, recreation activities, account settlements and many other services.

The Old Faithful Club Lounge, located on the 7th Floor Atrium Area, is for the exclusive use of our Club Guest. We invite you to sample our food and beverage offerings, take part in our available activities, or simply relax and enjoy the surroundings.

When visiting the lounge, may we suggest footwear and cover-ups for swim wear. We ask that an adult accompany Guest below the age of 10. If you plan to partake in our wine, beer or cordials, please be prepared to present appropriate photo identification.

We hope you enjoy your stay at Wilderness Lodge...dedicated to the legacy of our National Parks.


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The following items are just an example of the offerings:

Continental Breakfast: (each day, was the same)
*Blueberry and Chocolate Chip muffins (the mini kind...not full sized)
*Bagels (mini kind) flavors were: sesame, plain, poppy seed. A toaster was available as was cream cheese, butter, jelly, and peanut butter
*4 cereals, Frosted Flakes, Corn Flakes, Fruit Loops and Cheerios
*A pastry, usually filled with apple or stawberry
*Croissants
*Coffee, different kinds of tea, hot cocoa, chocolate milk, white milk, orange and apple juice
Snacks & Refreshments: (each day the same)
* Gummy Bears
* Nuts
* Pretzels
* Chocolate Chip/Sugar Cookies
Also…an assortment of sodas and juices was available in the fridge.
Wine & Cheese Selections-Evening Appetizers: Each day there was bread, butter, cheeses, vegetables and dip, crackers and those PB&J Uncrustables.
Each day the following would change:
Soup:Hearty Vegetable, Cream or Potato Cheese.
Appetizers-Buffalo Chili, Sausage Dish, Salmon Pot Pie or Pulled Pork.
Evening Desserts:
Each night there were brownies, cookies and magic cookie bars..and one hot dessert.


The above concierge information was compiled with assistance from: LisaRN, dizneykid and other Wilderness Lodge Vets. Thank you all
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THE VILLAS at WILDERNESS LODGE
For a room lay-outs for the Villas click on link below.
Villas @ Wilderness Lodge Room/Villa Locations:




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The Villas at Disney's Wilderness Lodge - Relax in a Rustic Retreat

Retreat to this peaceful Resort where the comforts of home are infused with the nature, spirit and history of a majestic American mountain range. Delight in the soaring split-log lobby, eight stories high, honoring American craftsmanship and artistry. Feel the harmony of natural elements working together perfectly, both indoors and out. Understand the impact of the Native American culture and the pioneering legacy of the American frontier. Relax with your family in cozy and comfortable accommodations accented with Native American flourishes and intricate details.

Enjoy spacious studios and one-and two-bedroom villas amidst the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains during the nostalgic railroad era of the 1800s. This Home Away From Home Resort, part of the Disney Vacation Club family of resorts, features a pool with a slide, health club, and a complete array of dining and recreational options.

The Villas @ Wilderness Lodge:
801 Timberline Drive
Lake Buena Vista, Florida. 32830
(407)824-3200

Check In/Out: 4:00 PM / 11:00 AM
Check-in: Check-in is after 4:00pm. Guest staying at The Villas @ Wilderness Lodge will check-in at the Wilderness Lodge front desk. For guest arriving before 4:00pm you may still check-in to receive room keys, tickets etc. (or other options if you have booked a package) The Lodge will make every effort to get you into your Villa soon as possible. If your villa isn't ready you will be given a small card with the resorts telephone # to call and check on the availability during the day.
Check-out: Check-out time is before 11am. Express check-out is available to guests using their VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, DinersClub, and JCB cards. This option should be given to you at check-in if not please call or visit the Front Desk.
For room rates visit: Disney on line

Mousekeeping: For special services including bed boards, bed rails, extra pillows and blankets, baby cribs, extra hangers, towels, specific cleaning time requests, or any sundry items you may require, Dial "Housekeeping/Maintenance" on your in room phone.

Mousekeeping if renting/staying on points: The only major difference in your stay as a DVC member or renting points from a DVC Member, is that you will get housekeeping services less frequently. For stays of fewer than eight days, DVC/Renters members get a "trash and tidy" day on the fourth day of their stay. For stays of eight days or more, members get a full cleaning on Day 4 and a "trash and tidy" day on Day 8. Additional housekeeping services are available for a fee. A start-up selection of amenities will be provided in your Villa. Additional supplies can be delivered for a fee.
Additional Tide-$1.00; additional towels-$6.00; additional soap and shampoo-$5.00; an additional coffee-$3.00

Fees for additional Mousekeeping:
For additional cleaning you will need to give 24-hour notice by calling Mousekeeping. The charges are as follows:
A full cleaning for a Studio-$30.00
One-Bedroom-$45.00
Two-Bedroom-$60.00

Additional Trash & Towel Rates:
Studio Room - $15.00 per day requested
One-Bedroom - $20.00 per day requested
Two-Bedroom - $25.00 per day requested

SPECIAL: Disney Vacation Club Members Daily Internet charge to be discontinued effective May 4, 2008

Based on Member feedback, the daily charge for wired high-speed Internet access for Members staying at Disney Vacation Club Resorts at the Walt Disney World® Resort will be discontinued effective May 4, 2008. Guests renting Disney Vacation Club accommodations will continue to pay the daily rate for access, and high-speed Internet access charges still apply to Members staying at non-Disney Vacation Club Resorts.

Studio Villas-are 356 square feet and come with one queen bed and a full sleeper sofa. There is a small dining table and two chairs, color TV, and bathroom. Also included are a microwave, coffee maker, under the counter refrigerator, ceiling fan, wet bar, hair dryer, iron, ironing board and vacuum cleaner. There will also be a private porch/balcony. The Studio Villa can accommodate a maximum of 4 adults and one child under 3 in a crib.

One-Bedroom Villas-are 727 square feet and have one bedroom with a king-sized bed and its own whirlpool tub and TV, a living room (which has a queen-sized sleeper sofa, and TV), one full bathroom, plus a sink/vanity area in the room with the Jacuzzi , a fully equipped kitchen (which includes a refrigerator, stove/oven, microwave), dining area (which includes table and four chairs), stacked washer and dryer, hair dryer, a nice walk-in closet as well as a smaller closet, and a private balcony or patio which includes two chairs and a small table. There will also be a private porch/balcony. The One Bedroom Villa can accommodate a maximum of 4 adults and one child under 3 in a crib.

Two-Bedroom Villas-are 1,080 square feet and basically are a Studio Villa and a One-Bedroom Villa that are connected with a communicating door. (See description above of both rooms for what's included.) Master suite has a king size bed; additional bedroom has a two queen size beds; living room has a queen size sleeper sofa. Per Disney, this Two-Bedroom Villa will accommodate "eight adults, plus one child under the age of 3 in a crib". There will also be a private porch/balcony.


Waterfalls @ WL.


View of Silver Creek Springs Pool & Bay Lake @ WL.


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The Legend of Humphrey Bear and his MAGICAL NOSE.

Humphrey is located in the Lobby and is the Mascot (an animal, person, or thing adopted by a group as its representative symbol and supposed to bring good luck) of The Wilderness Lodge and the Wilderness Lodge Vet's Legend is that if you rub Humphreys Nose at the start of or during your visit to WDW you will be favored with PIXIE DUST and you will have a MAGICAL STAY.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON HUMPHREY AND WHY HE IS IN OUR HEARTS:

One our most loved VETS was a sweet gentleman named Roy Car aka FloridaCat he loved Humphrey and always posted to rub his noise so the Magic could begin. We vets also make sure to say "Hi" to Roy our dear friend when we all visit by rubbing Humph's nose.

This Wilderness Lodge FAQ Thread is dedicated to Roy Carr and his Memory because he was very instrumental in making this and the previous 6 WL FAQ threads the great threads they have all been. He posted weather reports for the WDW area every morning as he lived very near the world. He was our Wild Wacky Wonderful WL Weatherman the title was even bestowed to him by the DIS-Tag Fairy.




Y'all come on back and see us real soon!

Christmas 2006 WL Vets


"While at the Lodge, Pat Humphrey Bear’s nose so the magic can begin."
From the DIS Class Yearbook...The WL Vets


This FAQ Thread was been assisting posters for seven years. It's time to start a new thread due to the volume of post and answers on the previous thread, there are links at the bottom of this post for all the FAQ threads that will allow you to review any post you might want to check.

Previous WL FAQ LINKS:
NEW Wilderness Lodge FAQ!!
NEW (and IMPROVED, if THAT's possible!)Wilderness Lodge FAQ Like the Phoenix, out of the ashes arises THE NEWEST WL FAQ! (Part 3)
The New (Part 4) WL FAQ Thread...Just the Facts M'am!
The NEW WL FAQ (Part 5) Simbas and Tiggers and Humphreys OH MY!
The Wilderness Lodge FAQ (Part 6) Simbas and Tiggers and Humphreys OH MY!


For a great thread to view Photo's of the Wilderness Lodge & The Villas @ Wilderness Lodge just click on the link below:
The Wilderness Lodge Photo Thread

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One of the most frequently asked questions we receive here on the Wilderness Lodge Thread is:
What room request should I make?

Of course it depends on personal preference and which type room view you have booked.

If you use this information along with link to the map Wilderness Lodge Room #'s and Locations, you should be able to make a more informed request, remember request are just that, no room request are guarantied. I am only posting the room #’s as a guide to the room layout map. The map does have a few errors but for general locations it is good. (Thank you Ronald Duck)

Please DO NOT request specific room #’s this will handicap the room assigner by limiting your request to one room. If the room you requested is already occupied they wouldn’t know where you might want to be located or why you requested this room.

Just click on the link below:

Wilderness Lodge Room #'s and Locations

Wood and Courtyard View Rooms also have Bunk Bed Rooms that are a billable view, to guarantee the bunk beds only. These rooms are spread out through the Lodge they are not located in specific areas nor lumped all together. If you are paying for the Bunk Beds you will receive them, they are no longer a request.

Please note that a Standard Room either Regular or Club Level is not necessarily Standard View Room. ie All Standard View Rooms, Woods View Rooms & Courtyard View Rooms are also a Standard Rooms.
There are basically three rooms categories at Wilderness Lodge.
1.) Standard Room (sleeps 4 adults + one infant under the age of 3)
2.) Deluxe room (Sleeps 6 adults + one infant under the age of 3)
3.) Suites (occupancy depends on which Suite you have book please very with IPO)


All rooms at the Wilderness Lodge have balconies or if located on the ground floor a patio.

The following information should be fairly correct but I am human and may have a few errors. I will give you may opinion on where I would request and why.

STANDARD VIEW: Rooms have with 2 Queen Beds, and are located on Floors 4, 5 & 6. On the North (MK) side, they face the service area. There are also 4th floor rooms that overlook the lobby and lookout to roof peaks.

Standard View rooms located off the Lobby: (Southside)
There are only 9 standard view rooms located directly over the Check-in (Southside of lodge) area on the 4th floor and open to the main Lobby. While all of these rooms have outside balconies the views are of the roof peaks. Guests have also complained of noise coming from Whispering Canyon Café while staying in these rooms.

I have stayed in Lobby rooms before (not standard view) after my room door was closed I never heard any outside noise. I love the bustle of all the activity you are able to enjoy while seating in rocking chairs that have been placed around the banisters looking down on the Lobby. During the Holiday Season you will have a beautiful view of the Christmas tree and Holiday entertainment that is preformed in the Lobby.

These rooms also have easy access to an alcove with a fireplace and reading area just over the front doors, a large outside veranda over the front entrée of the lodge plus a great alcove and balcony overlooking Bay Lake. Looking on the map Wilderness Lodge room #’s and locations these rooms would be room # 4091-4099.


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Standard View Rooms located in the North Wing on floors 4, 5 and 6:
There are 39 standard view rooms located in the north wing overlooking the service area, all have balconies with open railings. (None are enclosed) Guests have complained of noise coming from the delivery trucks arriving at the lodge with supplies.

I have stayed in these rooms and while the view isn’t that great if you look straight down, these rooms do face the Contemporary Resort and Magic Kingdom giving you the possibility of seeing the fireworks from your balcony. Rooms located on either 5th or 6th floor would put you higher above any noise and offer a better view of the Magic Kingdom. Looking on the map Wilderness Lodge room #’s and locations these rooms would be even # rooms 042-066 on floors 4, 5 & 6. (4042-4066, 5042-5066, 6042-6066)

WOODS VIEW: These rooms are located above the front desk on floors 5 & 6. North side woods view rooms are on floors 1-6 and face the "otter pond"(a handful face MK). Floors 4, 5 & 6 above Whispering Canyon are Woods View Lobby rooms, plus more Wood View rooms on floors 2-6 located on the south side of the lodge overlooking the Villas and trees.

Wood View rooms located off the Lobby: (Southside)
The woods view rooms located above the front desk off the Lobby (South side of the Lodge) on floors 5 and 6 really have views of roof peaks and a few trees in the distance. The pro and cons of these rooms are the same as the few standard view rooms off the Lobby but you will be paying more money for the same view. Room #’s 5091-5099 & 6091-6099.


Wood View rooms overlooking the Villas: (Southside)
There are additional Wood View rooms located on the South side of the lodge before the mid-way elevators They face the side of the Villas and a few trees, on floors 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6. These rooms are very quiet and a good area for light sleepers. Rooms would be even # from 2100-2120, 3100-3120, 4100-4120, 5100-5120 & 6120-6120.

Wood View rooms located off the Lobby: (Northside)
The woods view rooms located off the Lobby above the Whispering Canyon Café. (North side of the Lodge) Floors 4, 5 and 6 have landscaping outside below the balconies, you may also see sections on the employee parking lot. These rooms face toward the Contemporary Resort and Magic Kingdom giving you the possibility of seeing the fireworks from your balcony. Rooms would be # 4081-4090, 5081-5090 and 6081-6090.



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Wood View rooms overlooking the Otter Pond: (Northside)
The last group of rooms that are Woods View rooms are located on the North side of the Lodge beyond the mid-way elevators. They are on floors 1-6 they face toward the Contemporary Resort and Magic Kingdom giving you the possibility of seeing the fireworks from your balcony on the higher floors. They also overlook the Otter Pond where the local wildlife visits through out the day. (Otters, ducks, rabbits armadillos and deer) Rooms would be even # from 1004-1034, 2004-2034, 3004-3034, 4004-4034, 5004-5034 and 6004-6034. The rooms located on the 6th floor # 6004-6034 have the enclosed dormer balconies so guest have to stand to enjoy the views.



COURTYARD VIEWS:
Courtyard view rooms can be located off the lobby, down the south and north corridors they face the falls/pool. Some Courtyard View rooms may also face south, overlooking the Villas. These rooms are located on all floors.

All Courtyard Views aren't the same, to receive the view most guest want when paying for a Courtyard View you need to add Inner Courtyard View to your reservation. If you want the view of Silver Creek Springs Pool, Silver Creek, the waterfall, the geyser and Bay Lake, be sure to add this to your request.

Inner Courtyard Views: (Northside)
Many guests enjoy the Inner North Wing for a great view of the Bay Lake or the Electrical Water Pageant if room is located on one of the higher floors. They are further away from the pool so they would be a little quieter will less pool noise. They are located on floors 1-6, the room #’s would be odd numbers from 1005-1031, 2005-2031, 3005-3031, 4005-4031, 5005-5031 and 6005-6031. Plus 4035-4061, 5035-5061 and 6035-6061. The rooms located on the 6th floor # 6005-6031 have the enclosed dormer balconies so guest have to stand to view the courtyard.

Inner Courtyard Views: (Southside)
The rooms in the South Wing are closer to the Silver Creek Pool so I feel the views of the pool are better from the South Wing. The higher floors on the Inner South Wings also have obstructed and very limited views of the higher fireworks from the Magic Kingdom. The Courtyard View rooms toward the end of the wing would be the best location to see them. They are located on floors 1-6, the room #’s would be odd numbers from 1135-1165, 2135-2165, 3135-3165, 4135-4165, 5135-5165 and 6135-6165. Plus 2107-2121, 3107-3121, 4107-4121, 5107-5121 and 6107-6121. The rooms located on the 6th floor # 6107-6121 have the enclosed dormer balconies so guest have to stand to view the courtyard.

Courtyard View Overlooking the Villas:
There are Courtyard View rooms located in the south wing that face south and have a view of the Villas and the smaller Hidden Springs Pool. The rooms also have a view of the forest between the Lodge and Ft. Wilderness Campground. I have enjoyed watching the local wildlife visit the edges of the woods during my visits. These rooms are some of the quietest rooms so would be great for light sleepers. They are located on floors 1-6, the room #’s would be even numbers from 1130-1164, 2130-2164, 3130-3164, 4130-4164, 5130-5164 and 6130-6164. The rooms located on the 6th floor # 6130-6164 have the enclosed dormer balconies so guest have to stand to view the courtyard.

Inner Courtyard Views off Lobby: (Bear Face Rooms) * Please don't request a Bear Face room from CRO this is what we WL Vets call the rooms, it isn't a room class or view that the Cast Member will know or be able to book. Inner Courtyard View off Lobby is what you should request
Last but not lest are the Courtyard View rooms that are off the main Lobby, the Wilderness Lodge Vets call these rooms “The Bear Face Rooms” (I will explain later)they are centered in the middle of the inner courtyard and they overlook the entire courtyard area from the balcony with the beautiful Lobby just outside the front door. Can you tell I love and request these rooms when I book Courtyard View? They are located on the 4th, & 5th; the room #’s would be odd numbers from 4067-4079 and 5067-5069.


DELUXE ROOMS:
Most are located at the very end of the hallways and are considered non-specific views. They can face Courtyard or Woods.
There are a total of 25 Deluxe Rooms, as of January 2007 the deluxe rooms have been added to Club Level and receive access to the 7th floor Old Faithful Club along with Personal Itinerary Planning. None of the Deluxe rooms are located on the 7th floor.

Deluxe Room Inner Courtyard Views:
Five of these rooms are located mid-way down the South Wing and have a beautiful view of the inner courtyard. They are located just around the corner from the mid-way elevators so access to the 7th floor will be very covenant. The room #’s would be 2123, 3123, 4123, 5123 and 6123. Rooms 2123 and 3123, due to the design of the building these rooms have brick on the balcony railing so you can not see out unless you are standing up.

Deluxe Room located in the North Wing:
Ten of these rooms are located at the very end of the North Wing, they will have a woods view very close to the dock with an obscured view of Bay Lake. Some guests have said the horns from the motor cruisers and motor launches coming and going from the docks have disturbed them. The room #’s would be 1000, 1003,
2000, 2003, 3000, 3003, 4000, 4003, 5000 and 5003. (*NOTE: From Suite 5000 you are able to see the Castle and WISHES fireworks from the bedroom window and bedroom balcony. This may change at any time as those tress keep growing every year. Haven't received any reports from Suite 4000 or 3000 but it might be possible)

Deluxe Room located in the South Wing:
Ten of these rooms are located at the very end of the South Wing, They will have views of Bay Lake and the marina area. Watching the Electrical Water Pageant from the balcony is one of my favorite memories. The room #’s would be 1166, 1169, 2166, 2169, 3166, 3169, 4166, 4169, 5166 and 5169. Rooms 1166, and 1169, due to the design of the building these rooms have brick on the balcony railing so you can not see out unless you are standing up.

CLUB LEVEL STANDARD ROOMS:
Standard club level rooms are located on the 7th floor, views are non-specific and you may make a request with the IPO Staff. You may request courtyard north wing, courtyard south wing, view toward the Magic Kingdom north wing or view of the Villas south wing. (This would be a request and not guarantied) The balconies on the 7th floor with the exception of the Presidential and Vice-Presidential Suites are the enclosed dormer type and you can not see out unless you are standing up.

HONEYMOON SUITES:
There are four of these suits and are located on the 7th floor off the Lobby. Two are located above the front desk (South) and have views of distance trees and roof tops. Two are located above Whispering Canyon (North) and face the Contemporary Resort and Magic Kingdom giving you the possibility of seeing the fireworks from your balcony.

PRESIDENTIAL & VICE_PRESIDENTIAL SUITES:
The Vice-Presidential Suite is located mid-way down the North Wing has a wrap around balcony overlooking the Inner courtyard.
The Presidential Suite is located mid-way down the South Wing as a balcony that overlooks the inner courtyard.


BEAR FACE ROOM'S
Another piece of trivia from the Vets of Wilderness Lodge.

The Courtyard View rooms that are just off the Lobby are called the "Bear Face Rooms" because of a pattern (WARNING: Imagination is required to see The Bear) that forms the face of a bear, when approching or viewing the Lodge from Bay Lake.

In the photo below look toward the center of the roof just under the Flags. The two small triangular shape windows at the top of the building begins our short flight of fantasy. Now I think these two small windows are the eyes with the large gable forming the nose with the large balcony under the gable forming the mouth. Others see the the top two triangular windows as the ears with the two rectangular windows located to each side of the gable to be the eyes. Either way once you see the face you will be able to see the Bear each time you see the photo or the real deal.



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Sturdy Branches Fitness Center:
Located next door at The Villas @ Wilderness Lodge


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Strengthen and tone your "limbs" by visiting the Sturdy Branches Healh Club with the latest Life Fitness, state-of-the-art exercise equipment or experience relaxation with a personalized massage therapy. Dry Sauna and in-room massages are also available. Use of the Fitness Center is for the Guests of Wilderness Lodge and The Villas @ Wilderness Lodge at no additional charge.

Health Club Hours: 6am-9pm Daily
Treatment Hours: 8am-8pm Daily


Health Club Services:
Massage:

25 minutes……………………$65.00
50 minutes....................................$90.00
80 minutes……………………$140.00
Upgrades……………………+$15.00
In-Room Swedish Massage:
50 minutes……………………$160.00
80 minutes……………………$210.00

Reflexology:
50 minutes……………………$100.00

Totally Calm:
80 minutes……………………$145.00

Personalized:
50 minutes…………………....$105.00
80 minutes……………………$155.00

Facial Treatments:

Aromatherapy Facial:
25 minutes……………………$65.00
50 minutes……………………$100.00

Gentleman’s Facial:
50 minutes……………………$100.00

My First Facial: (4-12 years)
25 minutes……………………$65.00

Body Treatments:
Refining Body Toner………...$185.00
Aromatherapy Massage &
Body Wrap…………………..$185.00

To make a reservation to relax, press the massage/health club or spa button on your in-room phone or call:

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Sturdy Branches Fitness Center 407-938-4222.

Note: Prices are valid as of December 2009. Prices are subject to change without notice, list prices do not include gratuity.

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WILDERNESS LODGE LAYOUT

Upon entering the massive front doors, you will find on your left public rest rooms, Whisper Canyon Café, The fireplace and then to Artist’s Point. You then descend down a wide ramp hallway to the doors to the courtyard. Turning left you will find Roaring Forks Food Court, Public Restrooms, elevators and across from the elevators is Guest Laundry.

Back at the main entrance, turning to your right will be the Bell Service desk, behind them is a small room where the Meeses can watch Disney Movies while M&D are getting checked in.
Then along the right wall is the check in counter. At the end of the counter is an INFORMATION CENTER where you can pick up maps and time sheets for the parks. The CM will give you a packet with Wilderness information and a Lodge activities sheet. Continuing along that wall is the elevators.

Going down the hall at the end of the check in counter is Mercantile Gift Shop, across from them are elevators. Then there is the Arcade room and Cubs Den. Going out the doors takes you to the bus terminal. There are signs informing you where each bus will stop and where it is going.

BUILDINGS:
For the sake of clarification I am naming the buildings LOBBY, NORTH WING A, NORTH WING B, SOUTH WING A, SOUTH WING B. With the A buildings close to the lobby and the B building connected to the A buildings; towards Bay Lake. The North buildings are on your left facing the lodge and South buildings on your right.

Rooms are numbered “Floor-Building-Room”. An example is 6008 is sixth floor, north wing, room 8. 6108 is sixth floor, south wing, room 8.
Even room numbers are to the outside and odd numbers are rooms towards the courtyard side.
Room numbers are somewhat confusing as in the North wing, room numbers are ##6 to ##00 from the lobby towards the boat dock. They are the opposite in the South wing, ##60 at the end and ##00 at the lobby.

NORTH BUILDING, WING A: Outside is all Standard View overlooking the service area parking lot. This is where all deliveries are being made to the Lodge. This would work if you are only in the room to sleep. During the day there is a lot of activity of trucks making deliveries. The view is not distasteful; it’s the truck traffic during the day.
Inside rooms are Courtyard View in the general vicinity of the Waterfalls.

NORTH WING BUILDING B: Outside is Woods view and is very quiet and private. We enjoyed it very much and would request it on future trips. We had a good view of Otter Pond, while we never saw any Otter’s there were plenty of Ducks swimming and Rabbits having dinner. The MK fireworks are very plain to see and my estimation is rooms 5012 to 5032 had the same opportunity as well as the same rooms on 4th and 6th floors. Rooms #008 to the end of the building are blocked by two large trees to view MK and to far from Otter Pond to see except a small end of it.

Courtyards views on the inside offer a fantastic view of the pool area and are somewhat noisy until the pool is closed for the day.

NOTE: If you are in the South wing,you can still view the MK fireworks. Go to the 5th or 6th floor where the two wings meet. pull back the shutters on the big windows. Fastest way to get up it the elevator by RF.

SOUTH BUILDING A & B: Both sides are considered Courtyard View; however the outside rooms view the Villas and are quiet. Inside view is the courtyard.

Elevators in the wings are located where Wing A & B connect. Rooms to the far end have a long walk to the elevators or use the stairwell on the end to go to the pool or boat dock. It is my opinion that the North side offers more in convenience then the South side. Both sides are equal in access to Courtyard and pool, but the North has a greater convenience to Roaring Fork area of the lobby and to the boat dock. 5028 was a few steps from the elevator, not a noise problem, which opened into the RF hallway, Pubic restrooms and the Courtyard area just outside RF.
All end units facing Bay Lake are suites

Room numbers will not be given to you under any circumstances until it is ready for occupancy, security is the reason given.
If you arrive early you can check in, but your room key is not activated until Housekeeping clears it as ready, then you will be told what room you are in.

You should note the 6th floor rooms have a “pit” for your balcony. You can identify it in the pictures by where the roof looks like it was cut and raised. This is the 6th floor. They are very private, but you do have to stand to see over them. The lobby is 7 stories high

The best way to get to the North Wings from the lobby is to take the main elevator to your floor and walk across the hall overlooking the lobby.

Coming from the boat dock or pool, entering by RF is best for the North Wing. The entrance close to where A & B connect is best for the South Wing.

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POOLS: Silver Spring and Silver Creek meanders down to the waterfalls and into the pool. There is a small slide and it is in the rocks that jut out into the pool. Two large hoppers by Trout pool bar have abundance of towels. The main pool is very pleasant during morning hours and does become somewhat crowded in the afternoon. Our plan was to stay at the main pool and after lunch move over to the Villas pool. While smaller is very nice and less crowded. A bonus is they have piped the lobby music to Rock Speakers in the surrounding landscape. We had a table in the shade and a speaker nearby and was very relaxing and enjoyable. WL sound track offers a very good selection of Western songs.
On the back of each Lifeguard station is a white board. Each morning they list Park Hours, that day's weather and Lodge activities, like Duck races.
At the end of the main pool is the Kiddie pool. Up the steps are the two spas.

WILDLIFE: They seem to have adapted very well to guests. One morning an Armadillo came up the walk searching for tidbits. Egrets and many other birds had no problem standing by a table for any fallen morsel. Ducks have no problem getting the pool for a swim with you. (Better Kim?)

WL LAUNDRY:
Location: 1st floor across from the elevators down from Roaring Forks
Washers: 5 (med sized loads) $2.50 a load
Dryers: 10 $2.50 for 15 min, (60 min max)
Go in the evening time right before the rush. There is a waiting line till about 11:00pm. If you didn't come back for your dryer in time your stuff is taken out! Everyone is splitting their wash load into 2 dryer loads so it would dry faster. Most of the WL VET ladies recommend early morning.

Hair blowers, irons, ironing boards, coffeemakers are located in the rooms.

The Geyser starts at 7:00 AM and on the hour until 10:00 PM


WHILE AT THE LODGE, PAT THE BEAR'S NOSE SO THE MAGIC CAN BEGIN.

When you wish upon a star
Makes no difference who you are
Anything your heart desires
Will come to you

At least once each year since 1991
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While staying at Wilderness Lodge many guest enjoy visiting
Ft. Wilderness Resort and Campground
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The following are fun activities and restaurants located just a quick boat/bus ride from the Wilderness Lodge.

Recreation:

Children's Playground:
Climb, slide and play to your heart's content at outdoor activity areas
located at Pioneer Hall, the Meadow Recreation area.

Fishing:
Hook a fun-filled fishing trip for the entire family. (Catch and release only.)
Guided Bass Fishing excursions serving the Magic Kingdom resort area in the Bay Lake & Seven Seas Lagoon area.
Times & Prices:
Maximum 5 guests per boat:
7:00am - 9:00am
10:00am - 12:00pm
7:00am - 12:00pm
10:00am - 2:00pm
1:30pm - 3:30pm
PRICE: (tax exempt)
$150 - 2 Hours (Single Person) 1:30 ONLY
$250 - 2 Hours (2-5 People) 7:00 & 10:00 ONLY
$225 - 2 Hours (2-5 People) 1:30 ONLY
$435 - 4 Hours (2-5 People) 7:00am - 11:00am & 10:00 - 2:00
Includes: Fishing equipment, rod, reel, artificial bait, shiners, and beverage for refreshments. Guests may not bring their own food, beverage, or coolers. Guests may bring their own equipment, but the price remains the same. Guests will receive a voucher for a free BASS Membership which includes 11 issues of Bass Magazine.
Reservations: Can be made 90 days ahead of time and are required 24 hours in advance.
TIPS!
Check the weather
Bass Members get 10% OFF
GO EARLY - 7:00am
Dress light wear hat & sunglasses
Contact:
(407) WDW-PLAY (407-939-7529)
Any Walt Disney World Resort Guest Service location
(8-285-6730).
Cancellations: Reservation are required. 24-hour notice required for cancellations. A credit card or resort ID is required at the time of the reservation. Guests failing to show or who do not cancel with at least 24-hour notice will be charged in full.

Junior Fishing Excursions
(Kids' Fishing Around the World)


The Junior Fishing Excursion is a 1 hour long excursion available for Guests ages 6-12. Pickup is available from the following resort marinas and locations:

Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 - 11:00am

Call the Resort Recreation Reservation Center at (407) WDW-BASS (407-939-2277) for reservations and information.

Ages: 6-12
Price: $30.00 per Guest
Maximum 5 guests
Guests may not bring their own food, beverage, or coolers aboard

Cane Pole Fishing:
Disney Ft. Wilderness Resort & Campground from 9:00am - 5:00pm
All day casting rod: $9.52
30 minute cane pole: $4.00
30 minute casting pole: $5.50
All day cane pole: $8.86
Worms & Wigglers: $3.68
Night crawlers: $3.89
Call the Resort Recreation Reservation Center at (407) WDW-BASS (407-939-2277) for exact equipment rental times and additional information
Horse-Drawn Excursions:
Take a relaxing, old-fashioned wagon or carriage ride through the Resort & Campground.

Horse Drawn Carriage Ride:
Leaves from Crockett's Tavern at Pioneer Hall.
6:00-9:30p.m.
A relaxing and cozy 25-minute carriage ride through Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground.
$35.00 for 25 minutes (includes tax)
Tickets are sold by the carriage drivers
Cash and Disney Resort guest room charge only. No credit cards are accepted
Small carriage holds 2 adults and 1 small child.
Large carriage holds 4 adults or 2 adults and 3 small children.
Reservations nightly (weather permitting)
Beverages are permitted
Advance reservations can be made up to 180 days ahead by calling 407-WDW-PLAY. A $35 fee for no-shows or cancellations with less than 24 hours notice will apply.

Horse Drawn Wagon Ride:
Leaves from Pioneer hall @ Ft Wilderness.
7:00 & 9:30p.m. "Hayride"($8/adult and $5/children)
Offered on a first come, first served basis, you can take an old-fashioned horse drawn wagon ride for a 45 minute tour of Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground.
$8.00 (ages 10 and up); $5.00 (ages 3 - 9), No charge for children under age 3.
Children ages 3 - 11 must be accompanied by an adult
Departs from Pioneer Hall at 7:00pm and 9:30pm. On select evenings a fireworks ride will replace the 9:30pm outing
No reservations are accepted
Group Wagon Rides are $300 and can accommodate 30 to 35 guests. Advance reservations for Groups can be made up to 24 hours in advance by calling 407-824-2832.

Horseback Riding:
This 45-minute to one hour guided trail ride goes through the wooded areas of Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground.
Offered daily at 8:30am, 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00am and 2:30pm
Check-in is 30 minutes prior to the ride time. If you arrive after the Safety Announcement, you will not be permitted to ride.
Cost is $46.00 including tax. Reservations are required and can be made up to 180 days in advance by calling. Cancellation of rides may occur due to inclement weather.

Minimum age is 9
Minimum height is 48 inches
Maximum weight is 250 pounds.
Helmets are recommended and are provided at no charge.
Nothing can be carried while on horseback. Small storage lockers to hold cameras and backpacks are provided at no charge.
No open-toed shoes, flip-flops or strapless shoes should be worn for riding.
Pick up tickets on the same day at the Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground Kennel at least 30 minutes prior to start of ride.
Parents need to sign consent forms for children.
Reservations are recommended and can be made up to 180 days in advance by calling:
Disney Reservation Center at 407-939-7529
Tri Circled D Ranch at 407-824-2832
Any Disney Resort Concierge Desk
.
Pony Rides:
Take a leisurely pony ride with an accompanying adult at the lead. (Ages 2 and older.) $4.00

Chip'n Dale's Campfire Sing-a-long:
Gather 'round the campfire with your nutty pals for songs and fun, then watch a classic Disney movie under the stars. 8:00p.m. *Note:Campfire starts at 7:00 PM during the Winter months.

Tennis:
Hit the hard courts for a set or two. (Bring your own equipment - rentals are not available.)

A new Archery Experience:
Beginning July 3, 2008, at Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground. Archery Guides will lead participants through a short training session on how to hold a compound bow and release an arrow into a range target. They will offer tips and tricks to archers ages 6 and up as they try to hit that coveted bullseye during target shooting. The program will be offered 2:45 to 4:15 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Check-in at the Bike Barn. Cost is $25 plus tax per person ages 6 and up. For reservations call 407-WDW-PLAY.

RESTAURANTS:

Trail's End Buffet

Beamed ceiling and split rails give this Pioneer Hall buffet its frontier flavor.
Location: Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
Specialties: All-you-care-to-eat home-style buffet
Breakfast: Breakfast meats, omelets, Mickey waffles, French toast
Lunch: Fried chicken, pizza, sandwiches, soup and salad
Dinner: Fried chicken, BBQ ribs, peel and eat shrimp and chefs specialties
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Service Type: Buffet
Menu

Hoop-Dee-Doo
Musical Revue @ Pioneer Hall:

The Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue is a hilarious vaudeville-style entertainment plus all-you-can-eat vittles. Enjoy a special evening at Pioneer Hall. Casual dress. Price includes tax and gratuity.
Location: Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
Specialties: All-You-Care-To-Eat fried chicken, smoked BBQ pork ribs, corn, baked beans, tossed green salad, fresh baked bread and strawberry shortcake. Unlimited draft beer, wine, sangria and soft drinks.
Meals: Dinner
Service Type: Dinner Show
Special Requirements:Priority Seating Required.
Priority Seating:
Please call (407) WDW-DINE (939-3463)†
Menu

Mickey's Backyard BBQ
Come join a knee-slappin' good ol' time. You'll be thrown back to Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer's old stompin' grounds when you enter the outdoor pavilion just a stone's throw away from Pioneer Hall. This is an outdoor (under cover in a pavilion) picnic event, with Disney Characters, live Country Western music and an all you can eat BBQ Buffet. Open seasonally, on selected days. Price includes tax and gratuity
Location: Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
Character Meals: Mickey and Friends
Specialties:
All-You-Care-To-Eat Buffet featuring BBQ pork ribs, baked chicken, hot dogs with all the fixin's, corn-on-the-cob, baked beans, macaroni and cheese, potato salad, corn bread, watermelon, marble cake. Unlimited draft beer, wine, lemonade and iced tea.
Meals: Dinner
Service Type: Dinner Show and Character Dining
Special Requirements: Priority Seating Required.
Priority Seating:
Please call (407) WDW-DINE (939-3463)†
Menu

Crockett's Tavern Lounge
Blaze a trail to this refreshing outpost of flavor featuring pizza, appetizers, smoothies and full service bar. They pioneered great taste.
Chuck Wagon
(located near the campfire area)Open during the Campfire Program, serving hot dogs, pizza, popcorn, and marshmallows for roasting.
Location: Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

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I'm so happy for the new thread!!! :-)

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Thanks for the new thread. We have only stayed at the lodge 25 times, but still fun to see what others think. Thanks for all of your hard work in starting this up to date thread.
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