Fun Things to Do at the Wilderness Lodge
Set aside time during your visit to the Disney Wilderness Lodge to experience all of the amazing recreations around the resort. Certainly, the Silver Springs Pool with its 67-foot water slide is going to be a focal point for the kids, but don’t rule out all of the other fun. Take the family out on the Lake with one of the motorized watercraft, or rent a bike and ride the trails around the Wilderness Lodge and over to the Disney Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground. If the Orlando heat starts to take its toll on you, head inside to the Buttons & Bells arcade. Join other guests for an outdoor movie and settle in for the evening.
Pets are not allowed at the Disney Wilderness Lodge at this time. Bringing your dog with you on vacation can be a wonderful addition to your trip. If taking your pet with you is important, you might want to take a look at the Pet-Friendly Hotels in Disney World. Service animals are welcome.
The Disney Wilderness Lodge does not have any additional Resort Fees.
Self-Parking and Valet are available at the Wilderness Lodge, however, parking your car comes with a fee per night stay.
Time to get your workout going? Head over to the Sturdy Branches Health Club where you will find the latest in exercise equipment.
After a good workout, schedule some time at the Salon by the springs. While Spa treatments are not available, getting your hair done for the big night out is completely taken care of.
Dining at the Wilderness Lodge
The Character dining experience at the Disney Wilderness Lodge stands out from the other Disney Resorts; the Wilderness Lodge offers a Dinner experience with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Yes, a dinner, not a breakfast like all of the other resorts. Have a delicious dinner at Artists Point while meeting and having pictures with some of the best-known characters in Disney World. The Whispering Canyon Cafe is another great Old-West themed restaurant to dine at any time during the day.