Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge
Copper Creek Villas & Cabins
901 Timberline Drive
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Front Desk: 407-824-3200
Grand Opening: July 17, 2017
Deed Expiration: Jan 31st, 2068
2020 Annual Dues per Point: $7.45
Direct Sales Summary
Direct Cost per Point: $240
Minimum Points for New Members: 100 Points
Minimum Points for Existing Members: 50 Points
Resale Summary as of August 2022
Average Cost per Point: $166
Resale / Direct Savings: 30.83%
150 Point Blue Card Premium: $11,100
Free Moonlight Mickey Bars to Break Even: 1,951
Open listings at DVC Resale Market.
Room Tours & Information
Copper Creek has a very select few of these alternative studios. They're not a booking category. The rooms may be requested in notes. They're highly desirable because the bedroom area is almost in a separate room. The only downside is the smaller balconies (but you have two of them).
Thanks to Jennifer Ferguson and her husband for this video. Both are active members of the My DVC Points Community. We highly recommend subscribing to their channel.
Our Team's Shows About Copper Creek Villas & Cabins
DVC Members Roxanne Steele, Holly Austin, and Heather Knecht join Chad in this lively discussion about the key differences between Copper Creek and Boulder Ridge Villas. Both are under the Wilderness Lodge umbrella, but if booking there, which should you choose? After this episode, you'll have a much clearer idea of which would be the better fit for you. However, the gang concurs that when at Wilderness Lodge, you really can't go wrong. Topics covered include room types and vibe of the rooms, amenities for each side of the resort, pool areas, proximity to restaurants, and lobbies. As a result of this episode, you'll want to put Wilderness Lodge at the top of your list for your next trip to WDW. Episode 209
Our Bibbity Bobbity Bougie high-end Disney Vacation Club review series is back, and this time we're headed to the Copper Creek Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge. Laura & Chad Pennycuff has invited fellow Copper Creek owners Alicia and Bill Kolenda and Julie and Grant Peters for an in-depth review of the Cabin experience. The cabins are a lot of points, but they are worth the splurge.
DVC Members love their home resorts for a variety of reasons. Chad, Valerie, Brad, and Sandy are back to discuss the three main factors people use when picking their home resort. Some people buy them because they love the resort. Others buy specifically for the 11-month booking window advantage. Yet other members are more influenced by the financial, economic, and deed expiration dates. We believe every resort is unique, and there's something for everyone to love in DVC. Join the conversation as we discuss these three factors across all of the DVC resorts.
Join the conversation as we review Disney's Wilderness Lodge from DVC member perspectives. We're discussing the resort offerings, and then at the end, we'll ask you to choose one for your next vacation. Are you Team Copper Creek or Team Boulder Ridge? Once we convince you to stay here, we'll ask you to vote in our interactive poll, are you Team Copper Creek or Team Boulder Ridge? If you were buying at Wilderness Lodge, which contract would you pick?
004 History of Disney's Copper Creek Cabins & Villas at Wilderness Lodge With Disney Historian Jim Korkis – Part 1
oadcasting a show with legendary Disney historian Jim Korkis about the history and backstories of one of my home resorts: Wilderness Lodge. Jim is a former cast member at Disney in numerous roles. At one time, Jim led tour groups for Disney at Wilderness Lodge. In part one, Jim covers the history of the resort from the original concept of Cypress Point Lodge to what became Wilderness Lodge. Episode 205
Header photo, “Panoramic of the Wilderness Lodge Resort, Disney World” used under a creative commons license from notman05.