Parking Restrictions Put In Place At Disney Springs Come Reopening

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Lime and Orange Parking Garages

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Looking to be one of the first at Disney Springs on the day of reopening? Well, here are a few tips to consider when parking at Disney Springs. There are some new temporary changes in place guests must follow when looking to park at the magical entertainment complex.

As we recently shared, Disney Springs is set to reopen at Walt Disney World in a limited capacity come Wednesday, May 20. However, this reopening will come with some changes, including the fact that all guests must wear face masks, undergo temperature screenings, and abide by limited capacities, which could mean you may have to wait before getting into the shopping center. Additionally, these changes also include the closures of parking lots you may be used to parking in when visiting Disney Springs.

Here are the facts on parking:

Credit: ITM Reporter Emille Crawford

Guests may only park in the Orange and Lime parking garages as all surface parking lots and valet will remain unavailable during the initial reopening of Disney Springs.

Similar to the past, rideshare drop-offs will be allowed for guests. However, they will only be allowed to occur in the Marketplace lot.

If you’re about to park in one of the designated lots that will be open (Orange and Lime) but the signs say they are closed, you may be questioning whether or not you can park somewhere else? Well, we’re sorry to inform you that there is nowhere else. According to the Disney website, due to capacity restrictions, once parking garages are full guests will no longer be able to park and visit Disney Springs.

Disney Springs Parking
Credit: ITM Reporter Emille Crawford

As per the Disney website, the company is limiting visitors to Disney Springs by implementing guest capacity measures set in place to limit density and comply with state and federal guidelines–which does include limiting their parking locations for arriving guests to the Orange and Lime parking garages.

So, if your heart is set on being on this Disney property on Wednesday, May 20, it may be worth getting to the shopping center earlier in the day to avoid any crowds that may come later in the evening after working hours.

To read even more information about the reopening of Disney Springs, be sure to check out the official website.

Will you be visiting Disney Springs on Wednesday, May 20? Let us know in the comments! 

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