PHOTOS: Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Offering New Year’s Eve Charcuterie Board, Mini Campfire Cupcake & Cookie Platter, Special Activities, and More

Though New Year’s Eve is a little different this year, Walt Disney World Resort hotels are doing their best to make up for the lack of fireworks with their own celebrations. Disney’s Wilderness Lodge has several socially distanced activities and treats available today.


At any Walt Disney World hotel, you’ll find a list of activities displayed.


At Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, they are offering a new year scavenger hunt, poolside activities, Mickey tie dye, Enchanted under the stars, and more activities in Reunion Station.


Roaring Fork is serving up some special snacks.


In addition to sparkling wines and sparkling ciders, they have two platter options today only.


The charcuterie plate has hand-crafted cheese and charcuterie.


It serves two for $22.


The Celebration Cookie Platter doesn’t just include cookies, it also includes mini campfire cupcakes.


It serves four (if you’re willing to share) and is $26.


The sparkling wine and chocolate truffles package, which you can read more about here, is also available.


We swung by Reunion Station, where there are multiple activities happening inside. For a fee, guests can decorate their own champagne flute or build a “party in a box”. There’s also pin trading, tabletop games, and complimentary crafts.


Outside, there is a New Year’s Memory Wall.


Guests can share one word that they will choose to live by in the year 2021 and write it on the wall with one of the available sanitized markers. They can also take a picture and share it with #WildernessLodgeNewYear.


There are cups of clean pens and cups to deposit dirty pens. Guests have written words like “family”, “love”, “health”, and “Mando season 3” on the memory wall.

Are you celebrating new year’s eve at home or at Walt Disney World? Let us know about your celebrations below.

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peter Mitros
peter Mitros
8 months ago

OK, I did NOT see any human beings here….were they wearing masks?????