Copper Creek Villas and Cabins Opens Today at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Disney Vacation Club‘s much anticipated 14th resort is now open at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. Copper Creek Villas and Cabins celebrate the aesthetics of the Pacific Northwest and offers an array of options for guests to choose from.

Copper Creek hosts five different room options: Deluxe Studios (up to 4 guests),  one bedroom Villas (up to 4 guests), two bedroom Villas (up to 8 guests), three bedroom Grand Villas (up to 12 guests), and the Cascade Cabins (up to 8 guests).

The Villas come complete with amenities to make your stay feel like home away from home, such as in-room laundry and full kitchens.

The highlight of the resort, though, are the cascade cabins. As the Disney Parks Blog describes them:

The 26 all-new luxurious waterfront Cascade Cabins are the centerpiece of the resort. These two-bedroom, two-bath cabins sleep up to eight, offering modern luxuries with a rustic, yet upscale feel. Large dining and living room spaces, along with a screened-in wraparound porch (complete with a private hot tub!), allow for plenty of space for families.


Regardless of which dwelling you choose, Copper Creek has plenty to keep you entertained. The Boulder Ridge Cove Pool is a zero-depth entry pool which also offer a whirlpool spa and rustic cabanas, and the entire area is themed to the Northwest’s legendary mining history. Not only that, but you can also now find “a brand-new sports court, BBQ pavilions and a refurbished fire pit and movie area” within the resort.


For easily accessible food, beverages, and socialization, vacationers may hit the Geyser Point Bar and Grill. Located right on the water’s edge,  Geyser Point opened earlier this year and “offers picturesque views of Bay Lake, as well as explorer-worthy feasts and trails-end spirits in an open-air lounge.” For those with quick-service in mind, the resorts original Roaring Fork has just reopened with an updated look and additional seating.

Intrepid vacationers staying at Copper Creek need only take a brief water taxi ride to the Magic Kingdom, or a quick bus trip to the rest of the Walt Disney World Resort parks.

Source: Disney Parks Blog