Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Jul 25, 2012
    Kristin from AK Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    We are looking at traveling to DW end of Feb. 2013 or mid April 2013 for two weeks. Are those time frames considered non-peak times? We are trying to avoid the spring break crowd some.

    Hi Kristin!
    Peak seasons at Walt Disney World vary depending on crowd levels and time of year.  The most crowded time is, obviously, during the holiday season!  However, also crowded are the months when spring break occurs, which is anytime from the beginning of March to mid April. The end of February is considered peak season, as many schools are out for President's week.  Mid April is actually regular season, however you may see crowd levels peak due to schools around the US being on Spring Break.  My suggestion would be to head to WDW in April.  You may be chancing longer waits, but the pricing will be lower than in February, and the weather will be less unpredictable!
    Hope this helps you plan your magical vacation!
    -Malanie
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Meet the Panelist: Malanie, New York

Hi there! The Disney Parks have been a part of my life since I was a little girl. Introducing my children, husband, and family to all the magic that Walt Disney World can offer has led to countless moments with Mickey and Friends, Disney Vacation Club membership and fun on the high seas with Disney Cruise Lines! Our vacations are usually centered around a visit to the Most Magical Place on Earth, and I am super excited to help you plan and create magical moments for you and your families!

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