The Disney Vacation Club filed the master declaration for the Copper Creek Villas and Cabins. The waterfront cabins are 2-bedroom units (similar to the bungalows at the Polynesian), but look to be less points per night than the bungalows (details are near the bottom of this post).
Just as we reported earlier, besides the waterfront cabins, the south wing of the main Wilderness Lodge building will be converted to DVC rooms, including studios, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom Grand Villas. Both dedicated and lock-off units are available.
With the filing of this master declaration, DVC is very close to begin selling points for CCV.
Some floor plans are shown below.
Here is a comparison of the plans for the cabins as compared to the plans for the bungalows at the Polynesian Resort.
The maximum reallocation point values show the studios and 1-bedroom units may require the same number of points per night as the original Villas at the Wilderness Lodge (now called Boulder Ridge Villas) – 18 points for a studio and 36 points for a 1-bedroom. The information below shows a 2-bedroom is 46 points per night, a Grand Villa is 122 points, while a cabin is 115 points.