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    Anyone have experience with going to WDW in mid-April?

    My parents and I are thinking about a long weekend at the GF, the resort we always stayed in while I was growing up (nostalgia!). We were first thinking Jan, but I can't do that for work reasons. Now we are looking at April 10 - 14... it seems that would miss most of the spring breaks. But especially since it is a long weekend trip, I am worried about encountering crouds. WE don't expect to be in the parks the majority of the time, as we will be spending a lot of time at that lovely resort (tea time, water mice, pool). So maybe timing does not really matter.

    Anyway, anyone go in April? We've never been, and I am wondering if it might be better to wait til May... but then schools might be getting out. What do you all think?

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    Re: Anyone have experience with going to WDW in mid-April?

    That would be the tail end of Spring Break.
    It seems that there isn't a "down" time anymore but I think the crowds in May might be a little better.

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    Re: Anyone have experience with going to WDW in mid-April?

    I would shoot for May, We where there around easter/spring break once and it was extremely crowded, worse it was crowded with a lot of drunken college students... I don't think we will go that route again...
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