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  • On Jul 11, 2012
    Leanne from TX Asked

    My husband and I are staying at the Campsites at Fort Wilderness while my granddaughter and her parents are staying off-site. Could they pay to park at Fort Wilderness and ride with us to the various parks for the three days that we have tickets?

    Hi Leanne.

    Often, Disney Resorts will allow a Guest Parking Pass to be issued to a visiting relative who is meeting up with you. Simply ask at the Desk upon Check-In if it's possible to obtain a parking pass for your relatives who are coming to see you. If space permits, the request is usually granted. You may need to request a new one each day that your relatives plan to join you in the parks.

    Once you successfully obtain a parking pass for your guests, let them know to advise the Cast Member at the Fort Wilderness parking gate that they are visiting a Guest, and then you'll need to meet them after they've arrive to place the parking pass in their windshield.

    If the Fort Wilderness Resort is exceptionally full at the time and there are no extra parking spaces available to allow for this, your next best bet would be to have your relatives pay the daily parking fee to park at the nearby Transportation and Ticket Center Parking Lot and then meet up with you.

    Wishing you a simply Magical time at Walt Disney World Leanne!

    Kirsten
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Meet the Panelist: Kirsten, Ontario

I'm a Canadian stay at home mom with 2 great kids. I've loved Walt Disney World since my own first trip at age 7. Now, my husband and I enjoy creating Disney vacation experiences with our children as often as possible. Each new visit is unique and Magical! Learn More About Kirsten

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