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Crowd Calendar

July 12th, 2012

Hello Disney lovers. To start today’s blog, I want to admit something. Even though some people may call me a “Disney expert”, sometimes I come across a website regarding the subject of Disney that even I have never heard of. This occasion happened recently when I received information regarding touringplans.com’s Disney Word Crowd Calendar. Now please don’t get me wrong. I have heard of touringplans.com before. If you haven’t, the website basically has everything you need to know about Walt Disney World as far as park hours, touring plans for the individual parks, etc. On a side note, I am very impressed with the touring plans for the individual parks. Most Disney websites have touring plans for the parks as a whole. Major kudos to touringplans.com for breaking it down by individual parks. What I want to focus on today though is there crowd calendar feature. What this feature tells you is which parks are busiest during your stay. They gauge the crowd level on a scale of 1 to 10 with 1 being the least crowded and 10 being the most crowded. What you do is, once you go to http://touringplans.com/walt-disney-world/crowd-calendar is click on when you’re going to Walt Disney World by month, day and year.  Once you click on “Jump”, it will take you to a whole list of information. First, it gives an overview of all four parks in regards to which to avoid and which ones they recommend you go to for that particular day. Then, they breakdown all four parks on categories of whether to avoid this park, whether it’s a neutral park or if it’s the best park to attend on that day. They do give a free sample of a particular day for free, but odds are that if you want the day you are going to be down there, odds are that you will have to pay a fee The fees are $11.95 for one year, $21.51 for 2 years and $30.47 for a 3 year subscription. Along with the Crowd Calendar feature, touringplans.com is overall a great website for gaining information regarding your next Disney World vacation. Have you ever tried the Crowd Calendar on touringplans.com? If so, what did you think of it? If you haven’t used it, would you consider using it for your next Walt Disney World vacation? Why or why not? Please post your comments below or E-mail us at admin@beyondthecastleblog.com. For now though, as always, have a magical day!

2 comments on “Crowd Calendar

  1. Lexi on said:

    I’m a local so I go to Disney all the time and I ALWAYS check the crowd calendar before I go to the parks and its been an absolute life saver. One time I was in a Magic Kingdom mood but saw it was a Level 8 vs the the Level 4 at Animal Kingdom so I changed my plans. While I had a lovely day at Animal Kingdom I heard Magic Kingdom wasn’t the best from a friend of mine who’s a CM there. I went with the 3 year subscription and I share the info I know with friends and family when they visit WDW.

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