From the boat dock at Wilderness Lodge, we can see where work along the southern shoreline of Bay Lake between the Reflections site and the Boulder Creek Villas is taking place. This is where several bungalows along the water’s edge will eventually be located, as well as an expected walking path between the two resorts.
Along the former beach at Fort Wilderness, we can see that several mature trees are being kept on site as opposed to being removed. This is a welcome sign that some of the trees that are here will still remain after work is completed, as they provide nice shade in the day.
From the dock at Ft. Wilderness, a wider view of the work happening where more bungalows will be located.
The walking path at Ft. Wilderness from the boat dock to Crocket’s Tavern continues to be lined with green construction fencing.
From Crocket’s Tavern, a large red crane can be seen rising in the distance.
Over behind the Settlement Bus Loops, the new Tri-Circle-D Ranch can be seen progressing rather quickly. Decorative wood elements to the building’s entrance have been installed and the roofing and siding seems to be in place as well.
From the bus stop, we can see a closer view of the site itself at the construction entrance.