As the year — and vaccine distribution — progresses, Walt Disney World is becoming the hot spot for summer vacations!
Now that Disney has relaxed many pandemic-era restrictions, and with many more Disney fans heading to the parks to see fireworks and live entertainment again, Disney is thankfully adding more Park Passes to the Walt Disney World theme park reservation calendar, giving more opportunities for last-minute trips to Florida-based Guests and even out-of-state and international travelers. Here’s what we know so far after reviewing the calendar.
Disney Park Passes for June
According to the My Disney Experience app, Theme Park Ticket Guests and Select Resort Hotel Guests can now enjoy all four Walt Disney World Theme Parks again for the end of June! Today, EPCOT is currently unavailable but Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom are still up for grabs.
On June 29, Disney’s Animal Kingdom is booked, but the good news is all other dates for all four parks are replenished!
Annual Passholders in June can rejoice as all four Walt Disney World theme parks have been refilled for Disney Park Pass availability. Even though Disney is known for being extremely busy during the summer months, we can see that there is still room to make last-minute visits to the parks!
Park Passes in July
Want to see fireworks on the Fourth of July? Did you know that Magic Kingdom is now available!?
What’s more exciting is that now Theme Park Ticket Holders and Select Resort Hotel Guests can choose any date in July again, as Disney refilled the entire month! As we can see, the only theme park that is currently booked is EPCOT for July 4. We can only speculate that EPCOT Guests are ready to celebrate the Fourth of July in style with the new HarmonioUS nighttime show!
It looks as though Annual Passholders share the same fate with EPCOT on July 4 as this date is currently booked. We hope that as July comes closer, Disney will replenish July 4 and allow more Guests to visit.
The rest of the month is available for all four Disney World Theme Parks. Please note, booking as soon as possible is recommended as we can suspect these summer dates won’t last long! Check out more information on the official Walt Disney World website.
Are you heading to Walt Disney World this summer? How do you feel about the Disney Park Pass system? Let us know in the comments below!