Disney World Planning: Why The Early Bird Gets the Worm

Crowds at Disney World

April 1, 2013

Disney World, Family vacations, Tips and Tricks

  1. Kara Buntin says:

    excellent tips, and your touring guide worked 100% to prevent us from having to wait.

  2. Kara, so glad you enjoyed my tips on your trip! It’s so much better of a vacation without standing around waiting all day.

  3. Melissa says:

    I’ll be using your plan come this summer at WDW. I thought we did pretty good years ago, but this trip I know will run even smoother.

    • Melissa, I’ve been having so much fun helping you with your trip. I’m so excited for your trip this summer! With you taking 4 kids, I know a having a great plan in place makes all difference.

  4. Jeanette says:

    What time of year do you suggest going to the park? When are the crowds the lowest.

    • Jeanette, avoiding the most crowded times means skipping Christmas through New Year’s, Presidents Day week, Spring Break season (Mid-march to mid-April), summer, Memorial Day Weekend, and Thanksgiving. Anything is going to feel less crowded than those times.

      Jan-Feb, Sept – mid-Nov, and the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas have the lowest crowds.

      I’m personally a fan of mid-April through mid-May as well for moderately low crowds and really nice weather.

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