1. Run Disney Marathon Weekends - Recreational running has truly taken the world by storm.
2. Spring Break - Cancun and Miami aren’t the only places students flock to during their beloved Spring Break.
3. Easter - While WDW doesn’t recognize this holiday beyond some extra decorations and festive merchandise, the week of Easter is still an incredibly popular time to travel.
4. Summer Break - Speaking of school breaks, the long summer breaks continue to be the mostpopular time for family travel.
5. Food and Wine Festival - This extremely popular EPCOT festival has grown from a handful of weekends to a three-month celebration.
6. Halloween - Speaking of popular fall events, Halloween has also become quite a spooktacular time to travel to Orlando!
7. Thanksgiving - Once upon a time, the week including and following Thanksgiving used to be a golden time to enjoy WDW’s Christmas décor without the crowds.
8. Pop Warner National Cheer & Dance Championship Week - The first week of December should be avoided if you’re anti-swarms of teenagers.
9. Christmas - Unsurprisingly, the most popular holiday in the U.S. is also the most popular time to visit WDW!
10. New Year’s Eve - Piggybacking off the Christmas craziness, New Year’s Eve is another challenging time to visit.