How Your Parking Options Have Changed at Disney Springs
If you’re looking for shopping and dining without having to buy a ticket in Disney World, Disney Springs is the place to be.
Disney Springs is packed full of incredible restaurants, shops, and even some activities, but parking isn’t always easy.
Although there are five parking garages and surface lots, they often fill up fast on busy days, and that can mean searching for a parking spot for longer than you might like.
Valet parking was previously offered, but now it seems like that will no longer be an option moving forward.
Valet Parking Discontinued
Earlier today, we noticed that if you google “Disney Springs parking,” the search results show that valet parking cost $20, not including gratuity.
In fact, valet parking was once available at the port-cochère of Cirque du Soleil on afternoons and evenings, and occasionally at the Orange Garage.
Now, however, if you visit the Disney Springs website, there is no longer any mention of valet parking.
Basically, we’re guessing that valet parking has been discontinued at this time.
Self-parking is still available at the parking garages and a few surface lots, although spots often fill up, as we previously mentioned. You could alternatively opt to take a Disney bus from your Disney hotel room or use boat transportation from select locations.
If you’re like me and parking situations make you anxious, I recommend checking out the map for Disney Springs.
The earlier you arrive, the more likely you won’t have an issue finding a parking spot, but you can check the digital message boards at the entrances to the parking garages to find out whether the lot is full.
If you’re arriving for a scheduled event, make sure you allow time for parking now that valet parking is no longer an option!
Disney has not officially announced whether valet parking is permanently discontinued at Disney Springs, so we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for any updates. Keep following MickeyBlog for more Disney news!