29 Oct Wilderness Lodge Dining Guide
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge is located on beautiful Bay Lake and celebrates the natural magic of the Pacific Northwest. This Magic Kingdom area resort is just a scenic boat ride away from the park. Wilderness Lodge has two Disney Vacation Club ownership options: Boulder Ridge and Copper Creek. When it comes to eating here, it’s scenic, delicious and fun. Let’s take a look at the Wilderness Lodge dining options.
Wilderness Lodge Grab and Go, Quick Service and Mobile Order
Roaring Fork is the quick service restaurant at Wilderness Lodge. It’s located inside through the lobby near the main pool and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can always count on Roaring Fork for Mickey waffles, burgers and campfire themed desserts.
There is also a walk up window called Geyser Point Bar & Grill To Go. If you order To Go you can’t use the nice, covered seating area around the bar as that is reserved for guests wanting service. There are a few different areas to sit nearby. There is seating near the resort’s geyser that goes off on the hour and also a lounge area right on Bay Lake that is uncovered.
For in room snacks or to stock your mini fridge, visit the Wilderness Lodge Mercantile in the lobby. You’ll find it next to the photoready Disney character totem pole featuring Mickey, Goofy, Donald, and Humphrey the Bear.
Wilderness Lodge Lounges
The Territory Lounge is found down the hall just off of the back of the lobby. This rustic bar and lounge is filled with woodsy browns. Menu selections include small plates and a full bar.
You can also enjoy adult beverages and breathtaking lakefront views at the bar at Geyser Point Bar & Grill. More on that in a minute.
Wilderness Lodge Poolside Dining
Roaring Fork and Geyser Point take out are the best options for poolside dining whether you’re at the main pool or Disney Vacation Club area pool.
Wilderness Lodge Table Service and Signature Dining
Whispering Canyon Café serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in an open setting that feels like part of the resort’s majestic lobby. This is one of those Disney famous restaurants. The meals are hearty and the service is heckley. Ask for a small drink and it may show up in the tiniest mason jar you’ve seen. The same goes for ordering a large soda. The staff is fun and silly here. It’s kind of similar to 50s Prime Time Cafe at Disney’s Hollywood Studios but more western. If that sounds like your kind of thing, ask for the ketchup. I have noticed if you play more the cast members are really into it but if you don’t, they’re not. There is a regular menu here but also ‘the skillet.’ The skillet at Whispering Canyon is all you care to enjoy food served family style at your table. At breakfast you can get a skillet with foods like biscuits and gravy, waffles, eggs, bacon and sausage. For dinner, there are a few skillets to choose from featuring variations of meats, potatoes and vegetables. There’s even a plant based skillet! It’s a heaping plate with similar options replicated in plant based style.
Geyser Point Bar & Grill is another Disney dining spot to note. There is a bar here and lots of comfortable lounge seating overlooking Bay Lake. The water view and woodsy yet refined location are really what make Geyser Point one to visit. There is a full menu here and it’s a lovely place to dine. Geyser Point is open for lunch and dinner.
Storybook Dining at Artist Point with Snow White offers an exciting experience with the original Disney Princess and other characters from the movie. Artist Point used to be a signature dining restaurant but changed over to character dining in 2018. This highly themed character meal features visits with Snow White, Dopey, Grumpy and the Evil Queen. The menu is prefixed with selections inspired by the original animated feature length film. There is an enchanted forest feel that fits in with the Wilderness Lodge aesthetic.
For menus, pricing and more information see Disney’s Wilderness Lodge page.
The was once an amazing paved walkway through nature between Wilderness Lodge and Fort Wilderness but it is not currently available. However, there is bus transportation between Wilderness Lodge and Fort Wilderness which opens up more dining choices. Fort Wilderness is home to the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue dinner show and Trail’s End Restaurant.
In addition to the restaurants and dining locations mentioned above, guests of Wilderness Lodge can easily dine at the Contemporary resort as they are connected by boat.
If you take the boat from Wilderness Lodge to the Contemporary that also gives you access to the monorail and connected resorts. It’s an extra step and will require a bit more time but still feels convenient, especially for the amount of options taking the monorail opens up.
See our Bay Lake Tower Dining Guide for more in the area.
Tip: Consider the park operating hours and if it may be a busy time when using Disney transportation for dining reservations.