Disney World - least crowded Feb. or April vaca week?
My kids really want to get back to Disney and our only times to go would be February or April vacation week and the summer. Which of those times would have less crowds? I know the prices will be triple but we can’t go during school time
- DEBSLv 75 months ago
There are plenty of sites that tell you historical information on this. Here is one with predictions for the coming years:
(hint: Feb should be better)
- dripLv 75 months ago
We went mid August and I was surprise at how much the crowd level was down, compared to June/ July.
February would be the least crowded, but check what the weather is usually like that time of year,
- PeriferalistLv 75 months ago
All things considered, February, but be forewarned, it does get cold down here then, although not as cold as the rest of the country, so you'll still have to wear long clothing.
- HerfnerdLv 75 months ago
February would be the better of the two months - just be aware of the BTG's at that time
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- MrsjvbLv 75 months ago
When your kid are off school, so is a bunch of others who’s family is going to go to Disney. There are no u crowded times any more
- MSLv 75 months ago
February isn't too bad at all. Crowds are pretty low (for Disney) and weather is nice. However, the President's Day weekend is always pretty busy and I would imagine your break overlaps with those dates. But hopefully the other days of that week won't be too bad for you. Also, rates are relatively low at Disney during most of February - not that particular weekend though.
There are usually spring break crowds in March and April, especially around Easter. Summer is busy, but very early June and late August aren't as bad - weather is incredibly hot and humid then though.
- PearlLv 75 months ago
i would think it would be crowded all the tirne
- W.T. DoorLv 75 months ago
WDW is never uncrowded, but nearly all schools have winter break in March or April so February would be better.