The 2014 Disney World Crowd Calendar is Out!



By Dave Shute

2014 CROWDS AT WALT DISNEY WORLD

Yesterday I published the first draft of my 2014 Disney World Crowd Calendar.

As usual, I’ll revise it as needed in the summer of 2013 when a full set of 2013-2014 school year calendars are out–but, barring any typos or knuckle-headitude, I expect this calendar to hold up pretty well, because the specifics of 2014 aren’t very ambiguous.

  • 2014 has an early Presidents Day and a very late Easter, which means more good March and April weeks than a typical year.
  • It has a late Thanksgiving, giving one more good November week.
  • Christmas and New Years are both mid-week (Thursday) meaning the weeks that include them will be wildly crowded.

Find these forecast 2014 Disney World crowds here.

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3 comments

1 Joseph { 04.02.13 at 9:45 am }

Thanks for your information! Very helpful and informative.

We’re planning our 2014 trip 3/29 – 4/5. According to your calendar it looks like a somewhat quiet week.

Am I reading that correctly? Please let me know.

Thanks for any help

Joseph and Dawn Trombley

2 Dave { 04.02.13 at 12:40 pm }

Hi Joseph, yes, that’s right, with one caveat–I won’t have a final version of the 2014 crowd calendar out until this summer, when the full set of academic year 2013-2014 public school calendars are out…so things may change about a bit with more complete data…

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3 Joseph { 04.02.13 at 3:14 pm }

Dave,

Thanks for the quick response. Like you said 2014 looks pretty ambiguous so hopefully it won’t change too much but I’ll check back periodically.

Joseph

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