If you visit the Walt Disney World resort during the “full on” Christmas season – generally starting after Halloween but definitely in full swing by Thanksgiving, you owe it to yourself to swing by the Disney’s Wilderness Lodge for a visit.

You can reach Wilderness Lodge by car or can get there by boat from the Magic Kingdom.

When you combine the warm, tranquil, and welcoming feel of Disney’s Wilderness Lodge with some amazing decorations, you get a one-of-a-kind place to experience some unique Christmas fun.

Disney decorates the resort lobby with beautiful Christmas trees, garland, and wreaths. Most feature unique ornaments inspired by Native American themes such as animals, canoes, and teepees.

Settle into a large, cozy sofa, or hunt down a rocking chair. Relax and enjoy the beautiful ambiance.

You can often find a Disney photographer on hand who will take your photo in front of the tree. It will make a great shot for next year’s Christmas card.

Let’s take a look:

The massive Christmas tree in the lobby is breathtaking.

The massive Christmas tree in the lobby is breathtaking.

The tree is huge, but there are still plenty of seats available in the lobby.

The tree is huge, but there are still plenty of seats available in the lobby.

Disney fills the tree with unique ornaments like this illuminated teepee.

Disney fills the tree with unique ornaments like this illuminated teepee.

More amazing ornaments like this moose.

More amazing ornaments like this moose.

I think this is a beaver - and he looks pretty happy.

I think this is a beaver – and he looks pretty happy.

Time to take the canoe out for a spin.

Time to take the canoe out for a spin.

The ornaments combine the colors and artistic styles of Native American artwork.

The ornaments combine the colors and artistic styles of Native American artwork.

You will find plenty of beautifully illuminated wreaths and garland around the resort.

You will find plenty of beautifully illuminated wreaths and garland around the resort.

Do you enjoy viewing the Christmas decorations in Disney’s Wilderness Lodge?