Overflow parking fee?

Christine raynor

Bullydad
Joined
Feb 25, 2019
Wondering if there is a parking fee for the overflow parking lot at Ft Wilderness.....
In the past there has been no charge for parking in the overflow lot if you are registered in a site at the fort. Lots of people park trailers and cars that will not fit in your site. No more parking for people just wanting to come to the fort for non paying use.
 

Jimsig

DIS Veteran
Joined
Nov 23, 2012
In the past there has been no charge for parking in the overflow lot if you are registered in a site at the fort. Lots of people park trailers and cars that will not fit in your site. No more parking for people just wanting to come to the fort for non paying use.
If you are in a camping site yes, but the Cabins get charged to park per night.
 
  • tiggerdad

    I don't always get distracted but whe...SQUIRREL!
    Joined
    Jul 8, 2009
    How about a second car? I know one is free at a campsite.
    Free parking is for one vehicle per site in addition to the camping apparatus. Meaning, for instance, the class A is the camping apparatus and the car being towed behind it gets free parking. Or, the camper and the truck you used to pull it.
     

    Christine raynor

    Bullydad
    Joined
    Feb 25, 2019
    Free parking is for one vehicle per site in addition to the camping apparatus. Meaning, for instance, the class A is the camping apparatus and the car being towed behind it gets free parking. Or, the camper and the truck you used to pull it.
    Totally agree that those are the rules. It seems a lot of campers didn't happen to read them. The only exemption is for s golf cart.
     
  • John VN

    DIS Cast Member
    Joined
    Aug 2, 2003
    ................ It seems a lot of campers didn't happen to read them............
    OHHHHH, I'm sure the campers read them, they just decided that rules don't apply to them.

    Walking out of Walmart today as a couple with child were walking in with a dog NOT WEARING a vest.
     

    Random Ninja

    DIS Veteran
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    Jan 14, 2012
    OHHHHH, I'm sure the campers read them, they just decided that rules don't apply to them.

    Walking out of Walmart today as a couple with child were walking in with a dog NOT WEARING a vest.
    What’s wrong with a dog not wearing a vest? There’s no legal requirement in the US for service animals to wear a vest while working.
     

    John VN

    DIS Cast Member
    Joined
    Aug 2, 2003
    What’s wrong with a dog not wearing a vest? There’s no legal requirement in the US for service animals to wear a vest while working.
    Sorry about my misunderstanding. The dog was on a leash just roaming around as out for a walk

    p.s.-Thank you. Just educated myself thanks to your reply.
     
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  • jonimce

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Jan 14, 2006
    We see a bunch of sites with more then one vehicle. Some are a real pain when they encroach on the loop roads and make it hard for rigs to get by and back into other sites. some campers only think of themselves. They are not part of our Dis group.
    We have a fairly small trailer and a very big trunk so we would definitely park the extra car (if they drive) in the front parking lot. This is where I was curious to weather or not they charge for parking.
     



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