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24 minutes ago, momof3kids-Yvonne said:

Hopefully this will help those of you having a difficult time getting park reservations. I didn’t know this was even possible. 
https://chipandco.com/disney-world-to-start-canceling-park-pass-reservations-that-are-not-connected-to-valid-admission-429003/

I didn't think it was either, unless they let Resort Guests book reservations before they bought their tickets.   

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5 hours ago, momof3kids-Yvonne said:

Hopefully this will help those of you having a difficult time getting park reservations. I didn’t know this was even possible. 
https://chipandco.com/disney-world-to-start-canceling-park-pass-reservations-that-are-not-connected-to-valid-admission-429003/

I didn’t know it was possible to get a reservation without a park ticket.  
i wonder how they did it?

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On 4/24/2021 at 1:29 PM, twiceblessed....nacole said:

 

Yes!  We stayed there in 2018 and had the females (I'm guessing as no horns) take residency right behind our rig.  It was great!!

Trailer Village was one of the best experiences we've had camping.  Not fancy, kind of basic and run down.  However, the wildlife and the atmosphere was amazing and being so close to the canyon was great.  Lots of Elk and Mule deer throughout the campground.

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6 hours ago, Grumpy and Grandma said:

I didn't think it was either, unless they let Resort Guests book reservations before they bought their tickets.   

 

1 hour ago, h2odivers...Ray said:

I didn’t know it was possible to get a reservation without a park ticket.  
i wonder how they did it?

I have no clue, but look at the current availability for May for all three tier groups and it does make you wonder what is going on. 
 

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18 hours ago, h2odivers...Ray said:

I didn’t know it was possible to get a reservation without a park ticket.  
i wonder how they did it?

 

17 hours ago, momof3kids-Yvonne said:

 

I have no clue, but look at the current availability for May for all three tier groups and it does make you wonder what is going on. 
 

Like always, there must be loopholes and glitches that people are exploiting to game the system. This garbage went on with the infamous “throw away” campsite reservations that people used to circumvent Fastpass and Dining Reservation limits in pre-COVID times, and Disney looked the other way. 

Lately, I have noticed that all of the parasite vloggers have been in the MK for the past several days to stalk the opening of the People Mover.  If all of them were playing with the limit of 3 park reservations at a time, it’s very suspicious how all of them were able to score multiple consecutive MK park reservations when the April availability calendar has been saying no MK availability for the last week of April. 

There is definitely something fishy about the park reservation system.

TCD
 

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On 4/24/2021 at 4:46 PM, Katman1356...Jason said:

The squirrels were busy raiding the tent campers food. 

When we lived in California we use to take our longer camping trip at Lassen Volcanic NP. We would stay at Butte Lake campground where a teacher we knew was the summer ranger. You could not leave out plastic water containers as the squirrels there had learned they could turn them into hamster bottles with a well placed bite or two. They were so bold they would come right up on the picnic table while you were sitting there in an attempt to purloin a drink. 

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22 hours ago, djsamuel said:

Trailer Village was one of the best experiences we've had camping.  Not fancy, kind of basic and run down.  However, the wildlife and the atmosphere was amazing and being so close to the canyon was great.  Lots of Elk and Mule deer throughout the campground.

Agreed.  When possible, I love staying inside the National Parks.  My favorite time of the day is sunrise and with the Grand Canyon being so, incredibly, large.... staying inside the park was really the only way I was going to get my butt to the canyon's rim in time to see the sun come up :lol:

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For me it’s just too hard to fight for reservations.  A certain TA grabs all the good reservations. I remember when you could always get Christmas reservations. You had to be creative but you would always get them.   
 

I understand 250 a night during Christmas but the are changing 200 a night Labor Day.  That’s nuts  I was there Easter week and paid 250 per night.

i still have premium AP. No black out dates. Haven’t had any problem getting reservations but the lines are long and the parks are packed.  Not sure if I will renew next year.  There are no perks for pass holders anylonger.  I can remember staying at the fort and MK had extra magic hours. 11pm - 3:30 am.  Those were the good old days.   
 

just my 2 cents.  
 

most of you don’t me but I was one of the original ones that came here from disboards

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32 minutes ago, Disneybishops said:

For me it’s just too hard to fight for reservations.  A certain TA grabs all the good reservations. I remember when you could always get Christmas reservations. You had to be creative but you would always get them.   
 

I understand 250 a night during Christmas but the are changing 200 a night Labor Day.  That’s nuts  I was there Easter week and paid 250 per night.

i still have premium AP. No black out dates. Haven’t had any problem getting reservations but the lines are long and the parks are packed.  Not sure if I will renew next year.  There are no perks for pass holders any longer.  I can remember staying at the fort and MK had extra magic hours. 11pm - 3:30 am.  Those were the good old days.   
 

just my 2 cents.  
 

most of you don’t me but I was one of the original ones that came here from disboards

Hey we still get magnets, if you can follow their asinine rules/times to get one!

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9 minutes ago, Disneybishops said:

For me it’s just too hard to fight for reservations.  A certain TA grabs all the good reservations. I remember when you could always get Christmas reservations. You had to be creative but you would always get them.   
 

To add pain to misery, there was just an article published that since the pandemic started a million new people became RV owners.

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