Disney Vacation Tips

Disney and all the activities offered. It's a place where parents can be kids again, and children can experience some of the most fun times of their childhood. Disney can also be expensive, crowded, and difficult to maneuver if you've never been. To make your trip as special and affordable as possible, check out our Disney Vacation Tips below!

Try not to go during peak time. Peak times can change, but you can check in with them to find the most recent peak times. The heat and the crowds can be overwhelming both to your children and to you!

Stay on the property if you can. It is actually very affordable, and the perks make up for any high costs. One of the best perks: Each day, one of the parks opens early and another closes late JUST for Disney Resort Guests.

Plan as far ahead of time as you can. There are great discounts from both the Disney website and other travel sites. If you are planning in advance, you will be able to keep an eye out for the best deal.

Get to the park when it opens. You will have less people to compete with for lines. Also, Fast Passes can actually run out on some rides. So you want to make sure to get there early enough to ride what you want for that day.

Always ride the most popular rides FIRST! This will give you the shortest line.

Take a mid-day nap, especially if you have young kids. Although some people may think of this as a waste of time, trust me, it isn’t. This will help you avoid cranky attitudes later, and it will ensure that the time you spend in the parks is fun for everyone!

Bring your own food into the parks. Disney is all about families, and they will let you bring food into the parks. Bring a backpack and pack some sandwiches and snacks. This will save you lots of money!

Use a stroller. You can bring your own or rent one. If you have children under the age of 6 this can really help prevent a meltdown.

Have fun at the Happiest Place On Earth!