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Old 05-28-2020, 05:59 AM   #321
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Iím really interested to start reading how the Disney experience will be changed with everything going on. Iím happy to hear the Fort is opening as we can start getting that type of information soon.
Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom open on July 11th
Epcot and Hollywood Studios on July 15th

The parks will reopen at limited capacity, with gradual increases as the county progresses through reopening phases.

Theme park reservations will be required in advance of visiting, details to be announced at a later date.
Temperature checks before entering.
Social distancing and face masks will be enforced.
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I’m due down 11/1 - I’m sure a lot of that will change and some of it may regress before we’re due to arrive.

I guess by virtue of needing a reservation to get into a park means that’s the end of Park Hopper for now? Also I wonder what happens to people who had dining reservations at a park? For some, like my DW, Park Hopper means you can use that feature to simply drop into a park you weren’t in all day just for the restaurant.
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There is no doubt that this is going to change the way we vacation at Disney for the foreseeable future. Like you, we often park hop just for dinner reservations.
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Old 05-29-2020, 05:50 AM   #324
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More information here:

https://www.kennythepirate.com/2020/...l-be-canceled/
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Old 05-29-2020, 07:03 AM   #325
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Thanks. That actually explains why I couldn't book a dining package when we moved my cancelled reservations for June.
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Old 05-29-2020, 02:58 PM   #326
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Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom open on July 11th
Epcot and Hollywood Studios on July 15th

The parks will reopen at limited capacity, with gradual increases as the county progresses through reopening phases.

Theme park reservations will be required in advance of visiting, details to be announced at a later date.
Temperature checks before entering.
Social distancing and face masks will be enforced.
I saw that Grumpy...but it also says "pending government approval". Don't know what all that entails??

Edit: I love telling folks that I'm with the government and I'm here to help.
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Old 05-29-2020, 03:09 PM   #327
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I saw that Grumpy...but it also says "pending government approval". Don't know what all that entails??

Edit: I love telling folks that I'm with the government and I'm here to help.
The Governor signed off... Did you have any doubt????? We're talking about Mickey and all the money that comes into Florida with him...
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Old 05-29-2020, 03:13 PM   #328
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I saw that Grumpy...but it also says "pending government approval". Don't know what all that entails??

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I believe each park is submitting their opening plans to their respective county governments to ensure they are following local regulations.
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I believe each park is submitting their opening plans to their respective county governments to ensure they are following local regulations.
As I stated the GOVERNOR HAS SIGNED OFF...
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Its going to be interesting to see how things transpire. Essentially they are charging you the same but giving you much less - at least at this point in time. Disney isn’t a cheap vacation by any stretch - I give myself only a 20-25% chance of actually making it there this November. Lets see how it goes.
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As I stated the GOVERNOR HAS SIGNED OFF...
Governor has nothing to do with County level decisions.
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Up date on activities & dining

Up date on what will be open at the FORT on the 22nd

Disneyís Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
The following offerings and experiences will be available when this Resort hotel reopens. Hours of operation will be provided during your stay.

Dining

P&J's Southern Takeout
Meadow Snack Bar
Crockett's Tavern
Shops

Settlement Trading Post
Meadow Trading Post
Activities

Pools
Poolside Activities
Movies Under the Stars
Bike Barn
Sports Courts
Trail Rides and Horse Barn
Fishing Excursions
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Governor has nothing to do with County level decisions.
He made the final decision.....

If given approval next by Gov. Ron DeSantis, the Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom will open on July 11 and Epcot and Hollywood Studios will open on July 15. SeaWorld's plan is to welcome back tourists and residents on June 11, after a June 10 employee appreciation night. Here are some details of each company's plans.
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Up date on what will be open at the FORT on the 22nd

Disneyís Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
The following offerings and experiences will be available when this Resort hotel reopens. Hours of operation will be provided during your stay.

Dining

P&J's Southern Takeout
Meadow Snack Bar
Crockett's Tavern
Shops

Settlement Trading Post
Meadow Trading Post
Activities

Pools
Poolside Activities
Movies Under the Stars
Bike Barn
Sports Courts
Trail Rides and Horse Barn
Fishing Excursions
Thanks for the update. As I mentioned last week, we moved our trip from this June to June of 2021. The only thing I can't get officially cancelled is our golf cart. The reservation line for the carts wasn't active yet up as of last Friday. I need to call again this week and see if I can get through.
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We decided to cancel our November reservation; we still have a separate reservation in April. We’ll see how things are going at that time.

Disney is a lot of money, and we don’t want to spend it on a vacation that is less then what we are used to. If the house of mouse cut a discount maybe its a conversation for us. MAYBE. But full price for how things are going down there right now and with specter of a worse Covid situation in the fall?

We just felt better letting this one go.
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Old 06-29-2020, 07:48 AM   #336
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We decided to cancel our November reservation; we still have a separate reservation in April. Weíll see how things are going at that time.
That definitely sounds like the right thing to do. I know people are really excited about getting back to Disney, but I just don't see how it can be enjoyable. Especially now, with the number of cases exploding in Florida, you made a good decision. Disney delayed opening Disneyland, they need to do the same with Disney World.

I'm sure it is disappointing for you and the family. Hopefully things will get back to normal soon.

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