Parking at Walt Disney World

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Guests staying on property during their Disney World vacation have the luxury of using Disney’s vast transportation system to get around.  Buses, monorails, and boats are available free of charge, and Minnie Vans are available at a fee to give guests the opportunity to relax and let someone else do the driving. Many guests still need to either park a vehicle that they arrived in or need the use of a vehicle for a variety of reasons - maybe you're also headed over to Universal or want to take a trip to the Celebration Town Tavern for dinner. In any case, it's good to know ahead of time what to expect when parking at WDW.

The charts below will help you make a plan for parking your vehicle at Disney World:
Disney World Resorts
Overnight Self-Parking
Value Resorts: $13/night
Moderate Resorts: $19/night
Deluxe & Deluxe Villa Resorts: $24/night
Valet Parking
Select Deluxe & Deluxe Villa Resorts: $33/night
Day Guests
Complimentary standard self-parking for select dining, shopping, & recreation experiences


Disney World Theme Parks
Pay 1 fee for a pass – good at all 4 theme parks for the whole day
*Rates are seasonal & vary based on date of visit
Preferred parking
- Car or motorcycle –
Located close to park entrance
$45-50 per day*
Standard parking
- Car or motorcycle -
$25 per day
Oversized Vehicle Parking
- Shuttle, Limo, Camper, Trailer, RV, Bus, or Tractor Trailer -
$30 per day
Electronic Vehicle Charging Stations
Magic Kingdom: 5 spaces
Epcot: 4 spaces
Animal Kingdom: 4 spaces
Disney Springs: 6 spaces
$0.35 per kilowatt hour, with a $1.50 minimum payable by credit card to pre-ordered ChargePoint card

Disney World Water Parks
Typhoon Lagoon & Blizzard Beach
Complimentary standard parking for all guests


Disney Springs
Self-parking
Complimentary
Valet parking
$20 per day


ESPN Wide World of Sports
Complimentary standard parking for all guests
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Designated parking areas for guests with disabilities are available throughout Disney World.  Valid disability parking permits are required and standard rates apply.
If you have any questions about parking at WDW, contact your On The Road Travel Agent. You can also connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Please note that these prices are up to date as of March 29, 2019 and are subject to change. Be sure to check in with your agent at the time of your travel to make sure they are still accurate. 

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