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2littleboys 2 Feb 19 04:40 PM

Theme Park Parking
 
Can anyone tell me if there are any special arrangements for parking at the Disney parks if someone in your party is disabled?

Thanks :)

Gryff 2 Feb 19 05:08 PM

Yes you will be directed to special parking if you have a blue badge itís normally accepted at the theme parks but itís worth applying for a temp red tag to use in shopping centres at restaurants etc as if you donít have one and are fined the penalty can be heavy
Itís easy to get one
Helen

2littleboys 2 Feb 19 05:14 PM

Thanks Helen.

Can you point me in the direction of where to get one please? He has a blue badge in the U.K.

Merryweather 3 Feb 19 01:34 AM

Click on the Useful Information thread above - in the Disabled Parking thread there is the e-mail address to apply for a red tag before you go and all the information you need.

2littleboys 3 Feb 19 09:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Merryweather (Post 13673131)
Click on the Useful Information thread above - in the Disabled Parking thread there is the e-mail address to apply for a red tag before you go and all the information you need.

Thank you for your help :)

Gryff 3 Feb 19 01:06 PM

If you look on the special needs thread there's a post dated 4jan this year where ChrisS has posted very useful information and a link to actually down load the form you need

Saratoska 4 Feb 19 03:00 PM

MK is a bit of a trek compared to the other parks Disabled parking

gismo1554 12 Feb 19 04:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Saratoska (Post 13675547)
MK is a bit of a trek compared to the other parks Disabled parking

Agreed! As someone who is visually impaired I hate parking at MK as not only is it a trek but you have to pass under a bridge which is dark and I struggle with. Last time I made us park at EPCOT and got the monorail over as then it gave us an excuse to go into EPCOT for a drink before heading home and meant less awkward areas to maneuver. I appreciate for most people this just adds time on to your journey but for us it worked well.

sasperella 13 Feb 19 10:53 AM

Wheelchair but not Disabled pass, we ask for Medical overflow- follow the blue line.

Raggyavn 13 Feb 19 04:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sasperella (Post 13688129)
Wheelchair but not Disabled pass, we ask for Medical overflow- follow the blue line.

We did the same last year with the Mobility Scooter.


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