Disney World Crowd Calendars for 2015
What will the cowds at Walt Disney World be in 2015? Dad knows. Check out Dad's Disney World Crowd Calendars for 2015. This is gonna be good.
It's incredible how Disney World crowds can change in just a matter of days. Look at January. It goes from outrageous to calm in less than one week and then a couple of weeks later right back to outrageous.
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January is one of the most interesting months to visit Walt Disney World. One of the busiest days of the year is January 1 then, after a couple of days, the crowds just vanish.
The WDW Marathon will draw some really crazy people to bump up the crowds the first weekend of the month and the Martin Luther King Weekend will bring in a few extra visitors on the weekend and Monday.
All in all, January is a great time to visit Disney World.
President's Day week brings in a crush of humanity. This is one of the busiest weeks of the year. It's hard to believe how busy this week has become.
Then the Princesses show up to run and everything quiets down again.
March is a really interesting month. The first week is nice and calm then Spring Break crowds arrive and wow does it get busy.
March also brings baseball and flowers to Disney World. Spring Training starts for the Atlanta Braves at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex and the International Flower and Garden Festival comes to Epcot.
April is a little different in 2014. Usually April is March turned upside down. Busy the first couple of weeks then quiet the last couple.
The weekends can be pretty busy with the Flower and Garden Festival and locals coming out to enjoy Spring at WDW.
The Flower and Garden Festival continues and oh, and the weather is just about perfect.
May is a great month for a trip to Walt Disney World. The first half of the month there are light crowds, the Flower and Garden Festival and great weather.
Crowds pick up a bit the last part of the month as Star Wars Weekends begin.
For the most part May is a great time to visit Walt Disney World.
"Summer time, summer time, sum, sum, summertime"
Summer is here. Temperatures warm up and crowds get bigger. Don't you just love Walt Disney World in the summer?
The first couple of weeks in June are a great time to for a visit to Disney World. In fact, the 2nd week of June is one of Dad's to 5 weeks to visit Disney World.
As the days heat up the crowds get bigger. Yep, it's summertime.
The Best Time To Visit WDW
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It's almost like being there.
July starts off with a celebration of America's Independence. The 4th of July may bring more people to Walt Disney World than any other day. The fireworks shows are magnificent.
Disney does know how to handle big crowds. There will be special events all month like the Sounds Like Summer concerts in Epcot. How "cool" is that?
August is one of the hottest months of the year. The crowds start out hot and then they just disappear.
The first couple of weeks of August are pretty busy, then, like magic, everyone goes home and the parks are almost empty for the next 6 weeks or so. Yep, you heard me right ... crowds go away.
What an amazing time to visit Disney World, if you like heat.
September may be the month of the smallest crowds at Disney World. Yes, the smallest. It's an amazing time to take a trip to visit Uncle Walt's playground.
All that and the Food and Wine Festival kicks off.
There is just nothing else to say but let's go.
October is "cooler" than September, but not quite as quiet crowd wise. For the most part crowds are small, but there is a bit of a influx the first couple of weeks. Not nearly as overwhelming as summer, but it's still kinda busy.
Of course, there's the spooky but fun Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party that draws billions of people to the Magic Kingdom (maybe not billions, but lots) several nights per week.
Hey, October is so good Dad chose it for the Palooza. It was fun.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Yep, Christmas at Disney World starts in November. (Yes, it's even before Thanksgiving. I know, that's just wrong, but it's so right.) The first week of Christmas the decorations go up and the most wonderful time of the year starts.
Thanksgiving week can get busy. Lots of families come and celebrate the holiday with Mickey.
Dad just loves spending some time in December at Disney World. The Christmas decorations are amazing. This year there are 2 weeks in December that make Dad's top 5 weeks to visit Disney World.
Yeah as Christmas time approaches, crowds get massive. Christmas Day is the busiest day of the year at Disney World and Christmas week is also the craziest.
Avoid Christmas Week but December is a wonderful time to visit.
The Best Time to Visit
Do you want to know the best time to visit Disney World? Dad knows. Dad takes you through a month by month rundown on the pros and cons of each month. Check it out.
More Crowd Information
Dad has all kinds of Crowd information. You'll find information for every park, tips for avoiding crowds and lots more. Everything you need to know is right here.
Even more help
For even more help with the crowds at Disney World, check out Dad's partner Touringplans.com. They have Disney World Crowd Calendars for 2014 that have park by park predictions on the crowds and even an app for your phone that will tell you how long the lines in the parks are.
2014 Disney World Crowd Calendars
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2016 WDW Crowd Calendars
How about 2016? Yep. Those are out too.
Dad's Bottom Line
Disney World crowds are fairly easy to predict for most of the year. If school is in session crowds will be light. If school is out crowds will be big. It's almost that easy.