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Wilderness Lodge Photopass sessions

id you know you can get a professional portrait session at Wilderness Lodge?

Fort Wilderness Railroad

Let's all take a trip down Memory Lane at Fort Wilderness ... or, rather, Memory Railroad. Way back before Wilderness Lodge was built, over at Fort Wilderness, one could ride the rails on the Fort Wilderness Railroad.

Spend a day at Wilderness Lodge

It's quite possible to spend an entire day at Wilderness Lodge, taking advantage of its fun and unique offerings. Here is a sample itinerary for the day!

Wilderness Lodge for Grownups

What we love about Disney World is that it's not just for families with kids. It's for grownups, too! Here are some ideas for taking advantage of what the Wilderness Lodge has to offer for adults.

Wilderness Lodge junior suite / deluxe room

We're going to take a look at what the Junior Suite, or Deluxe room, has to offer. These rooms are located on the first six floors of the Wilderness Lodge and offer a view of Bay Lake, woodlands or interior courtyard areas.

The Music of Wilderness Lodge

If you're a fan of music evoking the Great American West, then you will be a fan of the Wilderness Lodge music played in the resort lobby area.

Wilderness Lodge merchandise

There's a lot of cool and unique merchandise at Wilderness Lodge. Much of it can be found at the Wilderness Lodge Mercantile.

Wilderness Lodge vs. Beach Club Resort

We here at are all Wilderness Lodge fans. However, there’s always debate about which deluxe resort is better going head-to-head with another. Today, WL goes toe-to-toe with the Beach Club Resort!

Read This! Wilderness Lodge Totem Poles

Disney historian Jim Korkis gives us an insider's look at the creation of the beautiful totem poles in the lobby of Wilderness Lodge.

Fort Wilderness carriage, wagon and sleigh rides

A horse-drawn wagon, carriage or sleigh ride at Fort Wilderness is a great family outing! Read on to get the prices and details about each of these excursions at Disney World's Wilderness Lodge neighbor, Fort Wilderness.

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