• On Feb 23, 2017
    Leah from IN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Hi! We are booked (off site) for May of 2017, if we rent a car and pay parking at say Magic Kingdom and decide to go to Epcot and do Disney Springs for dinner are we able to use the Disney bus system or do we have to keep moving our car?

    Hi Leah,

    Thanks for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel. Glad to know you will soon be visiting Walt Disney World Resort, where The Magic is Endless.

    Parking at the Theme Parks has a fee per day. This means you can move from one Theme Park to another one on the same day, and not have to pay again. Simply show your receipt to the parking attendant. We usually drive from New Jersey and on occasions, we use our car to move from Park to Park. You are welcomed to use the Complimentary Resort Transportation in any case instead of moving your car. Keep in mind that there is no transportation available from Disney Springs to a Theme Park.

    One last tip: be sure to book your FastPass+ 30 days in advance with the My Disney Experience mobile app. Among the many things it can do, it can help you with point-to-point directions and real-time attraction wait times. See you real soon!

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