We finished out our anniversary trip at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. We did a bunk bed room this time. For more on Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, including concierge level, visit this post.
Standard view bunk bed room
View from the balcony
Once again, a view of the architectural features of the rooftop. A far cry from the theme park view at the Polynesian, but it’s the Wilderness Lodge! I am NOT complaining.
View of the Lobby from outside of our room
Exploring the upper floors of the resort
Downstairs in the Lobby
The Villas at the Wilderness Lodge
The Villas have their own lobby and many more artifacts on display. They even have lots of memorabilia from Walt Disney, centered around his train collection.
The Hidden Springs Pool at the Villas
Path from Villas Pool to Feature Pool
Silver Creek Springs Pool
Trout Pass Pool Bar
View of Marina and Beach from Pool Bar
Roaring Forks Café Quick Service
Whispering Canyon Cafe
We had some great skillet breakfasts!
That’s it for now… As if 1,000 pictures isn’t enough. Since this was more of a “resort vacation,” my son was bored out of his mind. I promised him that the next time we stay over, he can bring a friend. He is so spoiled being bored at Disney! Humph!