As families prepare for Easter weekend, many Guests that visit Walt Disney World are pondering the idea of visiting the parks within the next few days. Some might be wondering “Are the parks still available for Easter weekend?” and “Can I still reserve a Park Pass?”
Well, here’s what we know.
Right now, Walt Disney World Resort is operating at 35% limited capacity due to the ongoing pandemic as well as to keep Guests and Cast Members safe. With the new Park Pass system in place, this gives Guests an opportunity to see just how crowded each park will be on any given day.
Keep in mind that before you visit any one of the four parks in Disney World, you must have valid admission as well as a park reservation via the Disney Park Pass system.
With many Guests still making plans for the weekend, we went ahead and looked at the Disney Park Pass calendar for Easter weekend and noticed that all four parks are completely booked at this time.
From April 2 to April 9, there are no parks available at the Walt Disney World Resort for theme park ticket holders (see screenshot below). Keep in mind for those who have the following weekend off, EPCOT is still available for Saturday, April 10, and EPCOT and Disney’s Animal Kingdom are still up for grabs for Sunday, April 11.
As for select hotel Guests, the same applies (see screenshot below). From April 2 to April 9, there are no parks available at this time. We have noticed that the weekends are filling up fast with Saturday, April 17 also unavailable for all four parks.
So if you’re planning vacations for this April, we suggest you hurry and book a reservation.
After reviewing the availability for Annual Passes, from Friday, April 2 to Sunday, April 4, all four theme parks are completely booked (see screenshot below).
Both Monday, April 5th and Tuesday, April 6 still have some parks available, but all weekends in April are completely booked up. There are still weekdays available if you’re planning on visiting Walt Disney World soon.
With April almost completely booked, vaccines underway, and summer quickly approaching, it gives us hope that Walt Disney World has continued to keep their Guests safe and has filled Disney magic to families, despite the pandemic that is still lingering.
Are you heading to Disney World this Easter weekend? Let us know in the comments below!