Hello. I will be using a handicap accessible studio at Villa Wilderness Lodge and Boardwalk Villa on my next visits to WDW. I still feel uncomfortable using a mobility scooter when I can still walk on my own. But it makes all the difference in the world. So now I preface my reservations with WDW that I have a signed physician's letter with any other appropriate information and phone numbers that they may require. Although they never asked for it last time and I doubt that they would anyway. But I feel that there are others that deserve the handicap accessible studio. I am always afraid that some child or adult that can only use a wheelchair may be left without because I used the last room or studio. I mainly need the flat surface, no step, walk in shower in the bathroom and a sofa or a comfortable chair to sit in to put my leg up instead of lying in bed. I have stayed at a handicap studio at VWL and it was in studio room #3546 located about half way down the long hallway and facing the front side of the villa. It was high enough for tree view and a partial view of the bus stop and sidewalks. It was very nice. It had one bed, a sofa, table, two chairs like a regular studio, but the bathroom had a flat surface, no step, walk in shower. The floor of the bathroom was a flat surface all the way through to the shower and was separated on the floor with a flat strip of metal drains to catch the water. The shower curtain was hanging over the length of the wall to wall drain so that the floor would not get wet. It worked most of the time pretty well. The kitchen counter and sink was lower for wheelchair height. The TV cabinet included two builtin, outside, small closet doors to hang clothes along with the TV in the middle and drawers below the TV. This worked for me, but may be too small for a family. The special rollin shower must have taken up the floor space for the regular closet that are in the regular studios. Does anyone know where the other handicap accessible studios are located in VWL and BWV? Maybe if you stayed in one you could post the studio room number and approximate location and if it had similar lay out as the one that I used. I have already seen one website that another DISer has of VWL room locations at http://members.aol.com/Instlmpres/wildernesslodge.pdf . (Correction of link that Spiceycat listed below is this one: http://members.aol.com/instimpres/wildernesslodge.pdf ). I hope that I typed that correctly. (I guess that I didn't, sorry.) I can't seem to reach that page now. I have stayed in a standard view BWV studio before, but this will be the first time in a handicap accessible studio at BWV. I am also curious about the BWV preferred Boardwalk view handicap accessible studio, too, for possible future stays. Can anyone else help with any information? Photos? Descriptions? Locations? Studio room numbers? Personal experiences?