|08/29/2021||3||Boulder Ridge Villas||Studio||5||Standard View||$720||Available|
|01/01/2022||6||Boulder Ridge Villas||Studio||5||Standard View||$1,820||Available|
|01/16/2022||5||Boulder Ridge Villas||Studio||5||Standard View||$1,500||Available|
|01/22/2022||6||Boulder Ridge Villas||Studio||5||Standard View||$1,820||Available|
|02/12/2022||6||Boulder Ridge Villas||Studio||5||Standard View||$2,100||Available|
|01/21/2022||6||Boulder Ridge Villas||Studio||5||Standard View||$1,840||Available|
|04/29/2021||1||Boulder Ridge Villas||Studio||5||Standard View||$306||Available|
*proposed dues for 2021
Boulder Ridge Villas is one of the two sections of Disney Vacation Club villas at Wilderness Lodge. One of the few resorts with multiple spaces for DVC guests, Wilderness Lodge is also home to Copper Creek Villas and Cabins.
Inspired by America’s Pacific Northwest and turn-of-the-century National Parks, Disney’s Wilderness Lodge was built in 1994, with Boulder Ridge added on in 2000. With an emphasis on mining, railroads, and wilderness, Boulder Ridge emphasize the majesty of the US national parks and the legacy of Northwestern craftsmanship.
Boulder Ridge Villas has four types of room options: Deluxe Studios, One-Bedroom Villas, Two-Bedroom Villas, and Two-Bedroom Lock-Off Villas. Rustic and cozy, the villas have several options for views: view of Pool, view of Woodlands, view of Courtyard, or view of Disney’s Wilderness Lodge main building. The rooms can accommodate anywhere from 5 to 9 guests, depending on the room size, and are, in general, larger than the villas in Copper Creek.
The Boulder Ridge Villas are also more rustic, compared to the somewhat sleeker, more modern Copper Creek. Boulder Ridge, and Wilderness Lodge, immerses its guests in its theming like no other resort, making everyone feel like they are staying in a lodge in a secluded forest.
While there aren’t a huge number of dining options at Wilderness Lodge compared to some of the other Disney resorts, Wilderness Lodge and Boulder Ridge guests have access to a number of quick-service and table-service dining options.
Roaring Fork is the main quick-service location, and offers hearty breakfast options, with burgers and sandwiches for lunch and dinner. Geyser Point Bar and Grill is the newest dining option at Wilderness Lodge, and is quick-service as well, located outside on Bay Lake. It has classic bar food as well as some more adventurous options for guests ready to embrace their inner explorer.
Territory Lounge is open between 5pm and 10pm where guests can enjoy cocktails and pastries in the rustic bar. Whispering Canyon Café is a favorite table-service restaurant on Disney World property, and is themed after an Old Western eatery with games and hearty fare. Artist Point is now a Character Dining experience called Story Book Dining at Artist Point with Snow White where guests can meet Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in a rustic enchanted forest setting while dining on delicious food.
Guests staying in Boulder Ridge have access to all the amenities that Disney’s Wilderness Lodge has to offer. These include both of its pools: Copper Creek Springs Pool, a heated pool with a 67ft waterslide and surrounded by trees, with Geyser Point Bar & Grill right next to it, and Boulder Ridge Cove Pool, which is calmer and offers shaded seating areas.
Other amenities include Reunion Station, a gathering and activity area for DVC members, Sturdy Branches Health Club, bike rentals, boat rentals, barbecue pavilions, basketball courts, Fire Rock Geyser, fishing, movies under the stars, Electrical Water Pageant, jogging trails, an arcade, and a campfire.
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge and its Boulder Ridge Villas are perfect for DVC members who love nature, history, and the immersion of Disney’s theming. Boulder Ridge is perfect for those looking for a quiet and peaceful stay, as well those who like to pack their days full of activities. Boulder Ridge Villas promises a comfortable and gorgeous stay for all guests.