PHOTOS - Rooms and floor plans at Copper Creek Villas and Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge

Mar 02, 2017 in "Disney's Wilderness Lodge Resort"

Copper Creek Villas and Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge rooms and floor plans
Posted: Thursday March 2, 2017 8:10am EST by WDWMAGIC Staff

According to the latest Disney Vacation Club sales information, the new Copper Creek Villas and Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge will open July 17 2017.

“We’re excited to introduce Copper Creek Villas & Cabins to our Members and guests,” said Ken Potrock, senior vice president and general manager of Disney Vacation Club. “Whether it’s a quiet night spent in a cabin unwinding by the living room fireplace or venturing out into the endless action of nearby Magic Kingdom Park, Copper Creek Villas & Cabins is the perfect place for families to embrace the simple joys of nature and reconnect with each other for a lifetime of memories.” 

The newly expanded resort offers 184 vacation villas, including 26 private waterfront cabins, each with a screened-in wraparound porch with a built-in hot tub. Sleeping up to eight and featuring two bedrooms, two baths and large dining and living room spaces, the cabins’ floor-to- ceiling windows, exposed wooden beams and interior-exterior stone-hearth fireplace bring the beauty of the outdoors in.

Other room types will include:

  • Deluxe Studio
    Accommodates up to 4 Guests.

  • One-Bedroom Villa
    With separate living and sleeping areas that can accommodate up to 4 Guests.

  • 2-Bedroom Villa
    Spacious layout that can accommodate up to 8 Guests.

  • 3-Bedroom Grand Villa
    Ideal for extended-family getaways and can accommodate up to 12 Guests.

See all floor plans for Copper Creek Villas and Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge.

Sales will begin on April 5 2017, see the chart below for DVC point details.

Cash pricing for the Cascade Cabins and Grand Villas will vary between $2000 and $3000 per night depending on season. The lowest price Deluxe Studio will cost between $400 and $600 per night.

As part of the redevelopment, Disney has been bolstering the amenities at Wilderness Lodge. The recently opened Geyser Point Bar & Grill offers picturesque views of Bay Lake, in an open-air lounge. Roaring Fork, the resort’s original quick-service restaurant, will reopen later this year with a refreshed look and expanded outdoor seating.

Later this summer, the new Boulder Ridge Cove Pool will open, complete with zero entry.

Discuss on the Forums

Stay in the Know with WDW News Delivered to Your Inbox

View all comments →

ford91exploderJul 14, 2017

Thats what i miss most, At least for us the resort itself was an important part of the vacation. Now it feels like 'just another hotel' not spaces designed to transport you elsewhere

Goofnut1980Jul 14, 2017

100% with you. It's not like they did that to add luxuries. The poly is so warm and colorful. And all of the color is gone from Kidani. We have been kidani since 2012. But I didn't feel like I was at Disney the last trip.

Beacon JoeJul 12, 2017

Wow. Being a member of the Porch Sitters Union, I reckon I'll stick to our usual places.

peter11435Jul 12, 2017

No. They were never discounted for the past 23 years. I doubt they well start now. Not all deluxe resort rooms even have balconies at all. Some at the poly have non at all. Some at beach club and Boardwalk are only large enough for one small person.

wdwmagicJul 12, 2017

I believe they are among the highest priced rooms at the resort.

Beacon JoeJul 12, 2017

Is it offered at a discounted rate? Because that would tick me off.

peter11435Jul 12, 2017

That entire balcony is now part of a three bedroom grand villa.

Beacon JoeJul 12, 2017

U WOT M8? I didn't comment on the age of the design. Like I said, that's one weird design. Are those rooms, by any chance, offered at a lower rate? The only similar situation I'm familiar with is at the Grand Floridian DVC where there is a one bedroom with a patio that abuts the colonnade. IIRC, that room is offered at the rate of a studio. But while that room lacks privacy or a view, at least the patio is full sized.

peter11435Jul 12, 2017

It's a design decision that was made over two decades by the original lodge designers. The rooms on the first and second floor of that part of the building have always had narrow balconies due to the stone work on the facade.

Beacon JoeJul 12, 2017

WTH? I get claustrophobic just looking at that. That's one weird design decision. It would be better to have no balcony than to give an unusable one to guests and tick them off.

The_JobuJul 12, 2017

Man oh man, that mega-cabin (the first photo) does look really swanky. I hope I can walk past one in the future. (I try to have realistic goals)

LAKid53Jul 12, 2017

That's good news! When I met with my sales rep in April to buy into Copper Creek, he indicated that Phase II (13 cabins by the boat launch) wouldn't be completed by the July 17th opening date. If we have time during our visit in August, might wander over to the resort while at MK. Been watching the construction for the past year or so from my stays at Boulder Ridge. Excited to see the pool has gone from this (see below) To this Yes, Steve, I borrowed your photo, because it's an awesome shot of the pool... :D

wsmith1978Jul 12, 2017

Thanks!! This is a very nice upgrade.

peter11435Jul 12, 2017

Agreed. Having seen it in person its generally well done. Once the trees mature it will be beautiful.