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  1. Meghan
    December 3, 2019

    I’m traveling with a party of 11 people, and we are staying at the campgrounds in late August, early September for a week visit in 2020. I’m wondering if I will be able to book dining online, or I will need to call. When I experiment with booking dining on Disney’s website, it says I need to call to book a party of that size, but I’m not sure if that is because I’m trying to book meals so close to the present time. Will it be different when I try and book 180 + in advance? Thanks for your help!


    • Dave
      December 3, 2019

      Meghan, frankly I’m not sure. The drop-down menu on the online system lets you pick 12 (and even more) but when I just tried it on a test run I got an error message that seemed general, not related to the number of folks I was looking for– “We’re sorry, there is a problem searching for reservations at this time.”

      That said, I think you would be wise to call anyway. The online system is not smart enough to think of things like “can I book two tables of six close to each other that the staff can then push together” whereas the folks over the phone can problem-solve that way…


  2. Kelly Barnes
    March 15, 2016

    Keeping track of all these dates, what to do when, can feel overwhelming. But there is no need to worry when you book a vacation with me and Destinations in Florida. You\’ll get free itinerary planning. Free Dining planning. Free FastPass planning service. I\’ll contact in enough time to plan and then help you book all your needed reservations. And don\’t forget, as a fan of YourFirstVisit.net – when you book a qualified Disney vacation you get Dave\’s \”Easy Guide to WDW\” FREE.


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