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We’ve traveled to WDW in every month but April. Our favorite times are October-November and early May, though it has mostly been summer trips lately. And we were able to take a late February trip this year and that was very enjoyable. I just always worry about snowstorms that time of year in our neck of the woods.
Summer...late hours, lots of pool.time .no.worries thaf.My teens are missing anything in school.. When both my kids are.I college.we.May go back.to.January (we used to.go.in January when they were little) but for now.summer.works for.us
We've been during Sept, Nov, Dec, Jan, March and April - hard to pick one. We liked them each for different reasons. Late Jan was great crowds and weather wise. Shorts and tees daytime and shorts and hoodies nighttime.
Only been the end of January, but would be fine basically going anytime between mid September to mid May avoiding the week between Christmas and New Years and most of March and April depending on when Easter falls since that is when the rest of the country has spring breaks spread out. We haven't had one in my area since the 2001-2002 school year instead someone came up with the bright idea to do an early out day every other week in the middle of the week usually on a Wednesday so you can't even plan a trip to some place that might be 6-8 hours drive away because you can take off work early and leave when the kids get out of school before 1 and still get there in time to get everyone to bed at a decent time. No instead it's rush to figure out child care for the parents. Not me though since we homeschool but we try to avoid traveling in the summer except for a week every 3 years when we have a family reunion as that is prime overtime for my husband.
...."Jersey Week" ....which is pretty much the last 2-3 days of October thru the 1st week of November. The weather is great ....hurricane season is pretty much over (usually)...and the crowds are on the lower to manageable size.