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  • Paul

    I got to experience Christmas at Wilderness Lodge, during its opening year of 1994. I will NEVER forget the chauffer slowly driving myself and my guest up to the driveway to the entrance gate. Once we pass that and continued down the road, we saw the Lodge. It was like something out of a storybook. I NEVER saw anything so magnificent…until I walked inside and checked in. I remember being videoed and just saying, “Oh, my God!” When I saw the Christmas tree in the middle of the lobby, I just stood there-amazed. For the entire 10-day trip, my guest and I were floored by the resort and the cast members. I ALWAYS recommend anyone going to WDW during the holidays to try to stay at the Wilderness Lodge….or as I like to refer to it as…the Christmas Resort!

  • Magial Memory Planners

    I have stayed here several times and it is one my favorite resorts for many of the reasons mentioned. One thing I LOVE that was not mentioned is its size. Its a very small resort. In fact, laundry and qs dining is all in the same building. I would run down every morning and bring breakfast back to my family to eat in the room. I loved on a rainy night that we didn’t have to go outside to do laundry. Everything at the resort is convenient (unless you are in the villas which is a separate building). Fort Wilderness was my first Disney home as a kid so WL has a special place in my heart!

  • Molly’s Mom

    We love WL! The theme/atmosphere is fabulous…love the footbridge in the lobby, the falls, Fire Rock Geyser…it’s all wonderful! The best is being able to take the boat to MK.

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