Disney parking


There are a lof of free options for parking in Disney as well as cheap and free options for getting to and around the Disney parks. Here’s a list of tips that might help you save some money while enjoying your Disney vacation:


If you park at one of the Disney Resorts, you have several options to get to the Parks for Free!

By Bus

• Walt Disney World has an extensive bus system, so there is no need to rent a car unless you are traveling outside of the property.
• The bus routes are set up to facilitate travel from a resort to a park.
• Most resorts have five bus routes originating from them, providing direct service to all four theme parks and Downtown Disney.
• Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach are also serviced by the Downtown Disney and Animal Kingdom routes respectively.

By monorail

• Walt Disney World’s monorail system is one of its signature attractions, and it’s not even inside one of the parks. They do a great job of getting large numbers of guests from place to place, but they’re also quite comfortable and fun to ride.
• There are three monorail lines. The one you want to take is:
• The Resort Line: This route stops at all the resorts it passes. Polynesian, Grand Floridian and Contemporary. This route is used by resort guests to get to the Magic Kingdom or Epcot, and by guests visiting one of the resorts.

By boat

• Walt Disney World also has several waterways which are serviced by ferryboats.
• From the Magic Kingdom, ferries transport guests to the Contemporary, Grand Floridian, Polynesian, Fort Wilderness Campground, and Wilderness Lodge.
• From Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, service is to the Swan/Dolphin, Yacht/Beach Club, and Boardwalk.
• From Downtown Disney, service is to the Port Orleans, Saratoga Springs, and Old Key West Resorts.

On Foot

• In some places, walking is the most convenient way to travel from one area to another.
• Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and the three resorts in between (Swan & Dolphin, Yacht & Beach Clubs, and Boardwalk) are connected by walkways
• Downtown Disney is connected to Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort.
• From Disney’s Contemporary Resort, you will find it quicker to walk to the Magic Kingdom than to take the ferry or monorail.
• From the Polynesian Resort, it’s a five-minute walk to the Transportation and Ticket Center, to take the monorail to Epcot.

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