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Don’t let sensory overload ruin your family’s Walt Disney World Vacation. Prepare for the inevitable with this advice on how to beat Disney park fatigue.

If you’re planning more than a one-day trip at a Walt Disney World theme park, Disney park fatigue is a real possibility for your family. This is especially true if you have any first-timers in your group. As magical as Walt Disney World is, it can be overwhelming. There is so much to see and so much to do. Sometimes it’s hard for guests to know where to start or where to end up. As much as I love going with the flow, if you have an extended Disney World stay on the books, I recommend you go into your trip with at least a cursory plan.

And that’s where I come in. I’m going to share some of my favorite tips for how to beat Disney park fatigue with you, so you can look forward to nothing but happy times on that most magical vacay!

Five Tips for How to Beat Fatigue at the Disney Parks

Don’t let sensory overload ruin your family’s Walt Disney World Vacation. Prepare for the inevitable with this advice on how to beat Disney park fatigue.

1. Do your research. I don’t recommend trying to do the entire park in one day if you haven’t been multiple times before. Putting that kind of pressure on your family simply isn’t worth riding a few extra rides. Instead, research those rides and attractions. Pull together your top must-see picks and anything else you get to do is gravy.

2. Get some rest. Don’t stay up late the night before you hit the park. I know that’s easier said than done. Your family has been waiting forever to take that first step on Main Street. I get it, really I do. But if you don’t rest up, you’re going to be beat long before the park closes.

3. Eat and drink…often. Hydration can set in quickly, especially in the summer. Make sure you drink plenty of water and keep some snacks handy. You’ll never feel more fatigued than when you haven’t had enough to eat or drink. Little ones can be especially affected by this.

Don’t let sensory overload ruin your family’s Walt Disney World Vacation. Prepare for the inevitable with this advice on how to beat Disney park fatigue.

4. Mix things up. Don’t hit all the major rides first. Apart from the rides you have fastpasses for, you’re likely to see some long lines. Waiting in several of those in a row isn’t a great idea. Visit the less trafficked areas for a bit to take a break, then move on to the next busy ride.

Don’t let sensory overload ruin your family’s Walt Disney World Vacation. Prepare for the inevitable with this advice on how to beat Disney park fatigue.

5. Know when to call it a day. Even with a solid game plan, you just might find that your family needs to leave earlier than you planned. Here’s where you should go with the flow. Head back to your room, let everyone decompress. Tomorrow’s another beautiful day at Walt Disney World!

Don’t let sensory overload ruin your family’s Walt Disney World Vacation. Prepare for the inevitable with this advice on how to beat Disney park fatigue.

So, there you have it. With these easy tips and tricks for how to beat Disney park fatigue, you’ll find nothing but Disney magic on your vacation. Because, trust me when I say, Disney magic is a palpable thing that you won’t soon forget!


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  29 Responses to “How to Beat Fatigue at the Disney Parks”

  1. These are great ideas on handling fatigue. We go for a week just about every year and we like to space out our park visits and spend a couple of days just chilling by the pool.

  2. these are def great tips as im sure it can be exhausting doing so much with the kids ha. everyone just gets sooo excited 🙂 we like to space it out and do a few things here and there but also make sure that were getting some R&R time to recharge!

  3. You are so right about hydration. I think it’s easy to forget to take lots of water in the midst of all the fun, and sugary treats. Haven’t been to Disney yet but im taking notes!

  4. I’m sure it can be extremely tiring, wondering around Disney parks. Kids seem to have way more energy than we do! Hydration is such an important thing, especially during the hotter months.

  5. So many smart tips. I know I will be at an amusement park soon and staying hydrated and fed is a good start to any long day in the sun.

  6. These are all great tips. Disney is HUUUUUGGGGEEE, and you can definitely get worn out after a day there. This is perfect for anyone planning a Disney trip.

  7. We went to Disney a few years ago, but the kids were small. We are planning to go back as a celebration when my husband finishes his graduate degree.

  8. I last went to Disney in my teens when I had so much energy it was impossible to stop me, I would totally need these tips if I was to head there again!

  9. I could agree more: hydration is key when you’re walking around all day in the Disney parks! We always make sure to have water handy – it can get so hot!

  10. Love this list of tips. When we go to Disney we always take an afternoon break. We head back to the hotel in the heat of the day and nap for a couple of hours before hitting the park again for the night. It is so wonderful to get that rejuvenation.

  11. Disney parks can definitely be tiring especially when you have the kids in tow. Thank you for some amazing tips on how to keep yourself and your family from getting exhausted.

  12. It’s so important to know when to call it a day at Disney. We had so much fun during our last trip.

  13. Every time I go to Disney I am surprised by how big and exhausting they are. This is a great helpful post.

  14. We have never been to Disney. If we go, I think I would stick with these tips and plan things out better.

  15. Great tips! I may be taking a trip to Disneyland this summer so I will be sure to keep these in mind.

  16. These are some good tips! Once when our kids were small, we stayed at the resort and were there for 3 days. It was great because we could go to the hotel and rest. Most of our other trips to Disney were just for a day, so we really packed in as much as we could. That being said, going to some of the less crowded places was refreshing.

  17. Great tips! When we go to Disney we want to do it all, but the kids have a hard time keeping such a high, stimulated pace. I will be referencing this for our next trip.

  18. When we went, by day 3 we were so tired that we slept through our alarms and missed our breakfast reservations.

  19. These are all really good tips. I’ve never actually went to Disney before. I’ve always wanted to go and take my daughters though. I think it would be a lot of fun.

  20. All the good reasons to enjoy the stay. Thank you, Robin!

  21. These are all great tips on beating Disney fatigue! And YES to staying hydrated!! That is so important, especially in the Florida heat!

  22. Great tips! I know how tired can be visiting Walt Disney! But it’s so beautiful and a lot of fun!

  23. Great tips! Hydration is the most important, especially when visiting Disneyland in the summer.

  24. I find this truly beneficial and helpful. Who want to have a nightmare trip to such a dreamy place right? Your kids look adorable by the way.

  25. That park is huge but splitting things up definitely sounds like a winner!

  26. Exploring such a huge park can be tiring, for sure.Getting some rest is definitely important. Don’t starve yourself too and make sure to hydrate.

  27. Disney can be overwhelming if there isnt proper planning. Also drinking water is very helpful I have almost pasted out at amusement parks.

  28. We have been to a bunch of amusement parks in the summer, and it can definitely be a challenge. Thanks for sharing your tips!

  29. These are great tips! Thanks so much for sharing!!

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