Do hurricanes affect disney world?

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Georgette O'Keefe asked a question: Do hurricanes affect disney world?
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Date created: Fri, Apr 2, 2021 9:50 PM
Date updated: Mon, Jun 27, 2022 6:55 AM
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The good news is that Walt Disney World Resort is located in Central Florida, approximately 40 miles from the ocean at its closest point, so it rarely gets shut down for hurricanes - in fact, it has only happened five times in over 40 years because hurricanes lose strength and speed as they travel over land.

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The good news is that Walt Disney World Resort is located in Central Florida, approximately 40 miles from the ocean at its closest point, so it rarely gets shut down …

Even though hurricanes very rarely affect Walt Disney World, it’s good to know that if you need to cancel your vacation you have the option. We’ve experienced this …

Hurricane Elsa may impact the Disney theme park areas in Florida early next week Jul 02, 2021 in "Severe Weather impacts to Walt Disney World"

You’ll want to make sure you read the Walt Disney World 2010 Hurricane Policy to fully understand your options. Basically, if WDW is under a Hurricane watch and …

First, there is a "Hurricane Policy" already in place for those visiting Walt Disney World if a hurricane warning is issued - from the official Disney website: "If …

If a hurricane warning is issued within 7 days of my arrival date and I have a sports or group package, does the Walt Disney Travel Company hurricane …

Fortunately, severe hurricanes don’t often affect Walt Disney World that seriously. But in the cases when they do, it is comforting knowing that Disney will be …

As Hurricane Dorian threats the entire state of Florida, Walt Disney World and other Orlando theme parks are preparing to protect their guests, staff, animals and …

Thankfully, Walt Disney World resides away from the coastline, the area where hurricanes prove most dangerous. As such, Disney has historically avoided …

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