Disney’s Wilderness Lodge is a Magic Kingdom area Resort.
While this beautiful American Northwest-themed Deluxe Resort does not offer Monorail access to the Magic Kingdom, it is just a quick boat or bus ride away. Dining options include two Table Service restaurants (one of which is a Character Dining Experience), two Counter Service restaurants, and two of our favorite Disney World lounges.
Artist Point, previously a Signature Restaurant, now presents Storybook Dining with Snow White! Guests enjoy a prix-fixe meal and can look forward to Snow White, Dopey, and Grumpy stopping by throughout the dinner. And The Evil Queen is even present for a unique photo opportunity.
Simply click any of the links below to find more information — including lists of all our reviews — for each restaurant!
Whispering Canyon Cafe may have a peaceful-sounding name, but don’t be fooled ;). Lots of laughs and hijinks among the wait staff are served up alongside BBQ, roasted chicken, and other western-inspired specialties, including hearty All-You-Care-to-Enjoy Skillets.
Roaring Fork is the Counter Service option for Wilderness Lodge. While lunch and dinner features a fairly standard array of quick service eats such as burgers, chicken nuggets, salads, and flatbreads, breakfast is often a standout here. (P.S. Be sure to check out the cupcakes here, too!)
Territory Lounge is one of the coziest and most relaxing lounges in Disney World, and the pub grub here is definitely above par.
Geyser Point Bar & Grill features exclusive Northwest-themed beverages and appetizers in a beautiful lounge with an open-air setting. Additionally, a walk-up window offers Counter Service fare, providing another location for guests to grab a quick bite to eat in addition to Roaring Fork.
Guests from other Resorts or the parks can access Disney’s Wilderness Lodge by boat or bus from Magic Kingdom, or by bus from any of the four theme parks and Disney Springs.