Last updated on 07/07/2022
As schools wrap up, June brings lots of families to the parks. And while the crowds are typically heavier than other times of the year, you’ll also find that the parks are often open later and that with a good plan, even the heaviest crowds are quite manageable.
Here’s what you need to know:
1. For each day of the month, we tell you on a scale of 1-10 how busy the entire Walt Disney World Resort is when compared to other days of the year.
2. Then, for each park, you’ll see the park hours and any special events that are planned.
3. We also track refurbishments and closings (which you can toggle on and off).
4. We have a handy feature that allows you to automatically add your Advanced Dining Reservation date to your calendar.
5. And, one of the most useful features is the ability to be able to print the calendar so that you can have a paper copy for planning (or to just use as a backup).
Depending on the length of your trip, here’s how many days we recommend for each park:
When it comes time to decide which days are best for each park, here are some general things to keep in mind:
Disney publishes its park hours about 75 days in advance, but those hours can (and very often do) change.
Note: This used to be about 180 days in advance, but since the reopening, they have transitioned to a roughly 75-day window.
As the dates get closer, it isn’t unusual for Disney to tweak either the opening or closing times. And during especially busy times of the year, they may change both.
That means to avoid having your plans sidetracked, you’ll definitely want to keep checking the park hours – including while on your trip.
When it comes to park hours – in general – the heavier the crowds, the longer the parks will be open during the day. Of course, that also means that the parks will be open fewer hours of the day during less busy times of the years.
Since June is typically a busier time of the year, the parks often open earlier and stay open later than they do during less busy times of the year.
Even though June is a typically busier time of the year, there are still discounts to be had.
But remember: Disney doesn’t offer discounts to be nice, they do it to fill hotel rooms. For the best chances of snagging a good deal, keep your travel dates and preferred resort flexible.
Historically, the International Flower and Garden Festival used to wind up around Memorial Day. But recently, the popular festival has been extended all the way through June and into July.
That means lots of regular summer travelers are going to get to see this glorious park covered with dozens of larger-than-life topiaries as well as having the chance to sample some of the food and drink options inspired by all things botanical.
There isn’t any way to candy coat the truth, so we’ll just say it: June at Disney World is hot and steamy.
During June, the temperatures will range from lows in the 70s to highs in the 90s.
And with all that heat and humidity comes lots of chances for rain.
In fact, June sees an average of nearly 9 inches of rain each year. Most of that rain falls during storms that pop up in the afternoon.
We recommend that you come prepared with ponchos, multiple pairs of shoes (in case one pair gets wet), and umbrellas just in case.
June is the perfect time for swimming at Walt Disney World.
In addition to the pools at the resorts, Disney’s 2 water parks will also see their attendance numbers increase.
If swimming is a must-do and you are worried about the crowds, consider starting your day at the pool and head to the parks later in the day. Most people reverse that plan which means the pools can get quite busy by the end of the day.
You’ll definitely want to prepare for the hot weather and pack accordingly.
Shorts, Capri pants, and moisture wicking socks are all good options.
One place where you might get cold, however, is inside some restaurants and attractions.
And in fact, even during the hottest months we keep a light jacket in our park bag because coming out of the sun into an air-conditioned space is sometimes too cold for our liking.
If you’re the kind of person that finds sitting under the AC to be too much, you might want to consider tossing in a light jacket, too.
While routine refurbishments aren’t typically scheduled in June, you’ll likely still run into a few attractions that are closed.
At this time, we don’t have any word of anything new opening in June 2023.
Official park hours are usually released around 75 days in advance.
The "crowd level" compares each day to the rest of the year; it indicates how crowded the entire WDW Resort area is on a scale of 1-10.
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