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Walt Disney World Increases Parking Rates

If you typically drive your car or a rental car and park at Walt Disney World, then you are familiar with the parking rates and how expensive it is to park. Starting on February 11th, the prices for the parking tiers will be increased.  The increases aren’t huge, but those little costs add up over time, definitely among the volume of guests that do pay to park.



Here are the price increases for the different parking categories:

  • Standard Parking (Car or Motorcycle): Changed from $20 to $22 per day
  • Preferred Parking (Car or Motorcycle):  Changed from $40 to $45 per day
  • Over-sized Vehicle Parking (Campers, RV, Bus, Limo, etc.): Changed from $25 to $27 per day


Guests will still experience free standard parking at various locations at Walt Disney World including ESPN Wide World of Sports, Disney Springs, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach.  Guests that are staying on property receive free parking to all of the theme parks, thus avoiding the cost of the individual parking prices.  They also receive free parking at the resort where they are staying during their vacation.

There are definitely many perks to being a Walt Disney World resort guest and the parking perks are definitely one of them!  What do you think of the parking price increases?

About Christy Caby

I am a long time Disney addict! This love began as a child and stayed with me in my teen years. I completed the Disney College Program, was engaged and honeymooned at Disney, visited WDW while pregnant with each of our two boys, and have brought our boys since they were babies (they are now 5 and 2). We have over 10 Disney World vacations under our belt. Our recent adventure was a big move from St. Louis, MO to Florida! We knew that we needed more Disney magic that just a couple times of year, and we worked hard to make it happen! Now we hit the parks almost every weekend! We are working to dine at every location, experience every attraction and look for every hidden Mickey! We want to be able to say that we have one it all! We are branching into the Cruise Line and are planning a trip to Disneyland in California next year. To say that we are Disney addicts may be an understatement. When I am not at WDW with my family, I am reading Disney blogs and news, crafting (usually Disney décor for our home), planning Disney vacations for others or working on my dissertation for my doctoral program. I am a Project Manager by profession, so I have mastered fitting everything into a tight schedule! We feel we lead an exciting life where we get to spend a lot of time together doing what we love! I love being able to this love and Disney magic with everyone else so that others can make the most of whatever time they get to have at the most magical place on earth!