Wilderness Lodge Reunion Station DVC Lounge Closing On February 3

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Reunion Station, the Disney Vacation Club Lounge at Wilderness Lodge Resort, will be removing its add-on food-and-beverage lounge services on February 3. The lounge was a part of the expansion at Wilderness Lodge that included the nearby Boulder Ridge Cove Pool and Geyser Point Bar & Grill.

Wilderness Lodge Reunion Station Lounge

The lounge offered Disney Vacation Club members inclusive food-and-beverage lounge services as an add-on feature if they were staying in any Disney Vacation Club accommodation type at Boulder Ridge Villas or Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. However, while lounge service is stopping at the Reunion Station, Cast Members have informed DVC members that paid activities and workshops will continue.

These “Membership Extras” might not have paid off as well in the long run as Disney might have hoped. Although the Reunion Station was meant to be an exclusive private lounge with added amenities for members, the popularity and accessibility of it may not have attracted members to attend if they weren’t already staying at Wilderness Lodge. Other lounges that are located in the theme parks allow for more accessibility and are at no added cost to use.

What do you think about the removal of the add-on lounge service? Let us know in the comments.

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