Picture tour of Disney's Fort Wilderness Lodge

I enjoyed a wonderful tour of Disney's Wilderness Lodge recently and I am excited to share this beautiful property with you! 
At the entrance to the resort, the parking lot is to the left and on the right side is the covered waiting area for the buses to visit the parks and other Disney Properties. 

The covered waiting area for the buses. The quickest way to the Magic Kingdom is by boat, all other parks and Disney Springs is by bus. 

All of the entrance rugs have the Disney's Wilderness Lodge Logo.

Like all Disney Resorts you have the aww or wow factor when you enter the lobby. The Wilderness Lodge does not disappoint! 

Two different Totem Poles are in the lobby. The Disney themed one is at the entrance to the gift shop. 

The Wilderness Lodge regularly has nature talks by "Disney Park Rangers/Cast Members" that are always well attended. 

A cute little bridge in the lobby goes over a small stream in the lobby. 

The Roaring Fork is the quick service restaurant at the resort and is located downstairs in the resort.

Coffee and tea station, as well as a toaster.

Everyone in our family enjoyed breakfast here! The Waffles and Pancakes were perfect and my kids always jump at the chance to have chocolate on anything they eat!

Like all the Quick Service restaurants they offer a variety of drinks and take and go snacks. 

Outdoor seating for Roaring Forks.

Another Great Restaurant that is not talked about often is the Whispering Canyon Cafe. This is one restaurant that we rarely struggle to get in the day of and yet still enjoy the meal and atmosphere.

There is a comfy seating area in the main lobby of the resort.

Resort map given at Check-in. One of the many great things about this resort is the water launch to the Magic Kingdom!

Some of the great decor throughout the resort.

Here are some pictures of our room at the Wilderness Lodge.

Mini Fridge and coffee maker area.

Beautiful view from our balcony. There is quite a large gap/space between your neighboring balconies so it is easy to see on to your neighbors balcony and of course hear everything.

The tables pictured are just outside of the Roaring Forks Restaurant.

Bathroom and closet.

I love the creative decor through out the resort.

All the way at the end of the dock is the boat launch. It looks much farther than it really is, but it is still a little bit of a walk. You can access the Fort Wilderness Cabins and Campgrounds or Magic Kingdom from here.

I love the splash pool area for little kids to play! My children had a ton of fun in the pool at the Wilderness Lodge Resort! Disney pools are open year round!

Handicap Chair Lift if needed.

Complimentary Life Jackets are available for use within the pool area.

Bridge that goes past the pool and over the stream that comes off of the large waterfall.

The room that I stayed in was in was in this building.

The pool bar is not open year round, but the Roaring Forks is located close to the pool area.

Beautiful grounds to stroll through.

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Jennifer ~ 412-716-5065



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