Euro Disney Parking

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  1. Forestboy

    Forestboy Funster Life Member

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    Thinking of taking grand daughter to ED early June.
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    Can you still park overnight in ED?
    Anyone know the cost and are there any emptying facilities there?
    Thanks (y)
     
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    We stopped there for a few days last September, no bother.

    You pay per day, not per night, on entry to begin with, then (in theory) at the ticket office at the bottom end of the car park behind the coach driver's pavilion. However, the manning of this is a bit erratic and they insist on one booth only being used for MH payments. Day 1 we paid on entry, day 2 I paid at the booth first thing, day 3 no-one was at the MH booth in the morning and we were leaving that afternoon so I didn't bother - talk about Mickey Mouse operation.. When we got back to the MH after going in the park there was a payment reminder on the windscreen (they do check) but I ignored it. As they don't record number plate details on the ticket I doubt if I'm on Goofy's hit list.

    Cost was 20-30 Euros per day as I recall. There's a waste dumping point for coaches near the pavilion, which will be open in June, although it can be shut early in the year. Fill your fresh water tank before going to the park as the driver's pavilion is theoretically for coach drivers only and I didn't see any exterior taps.
     
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    What about entry to ed do you get tickets Before or on the gate?
     
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    Either - You can book online if it works out cheaper than paying on the day. Obviously there might be queues at ticket booths.
     
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    It's been a while since we went but arrived late 10pm and had a night outside the gates.. Free... :)
    First thing in the morning, drove in and had breakfast at the van, then in the park as soon as it was open..
    1/2 a day in park before return to van for a break then back in for the afternoon and spent just one overnight at Disney.
    Left next morning.. Current summer cost per day/night is €30

    We paid at the park entrance and just did a day, from memory we had a free adult ticket via the P&O crossing so keep a watch out for similar offers.

     
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    We were there a couple of weeks ago. Cost is now 35 euros per day for MH parking :Eeek:. Free with annual pass. They do check and now direct you to Donald's office by the park entrance to pay for additional days - not the group ticket counter. We had to pay the first night as our annual passes had expired.

    Water, black and grey waste (Apr - Nov) and recycling provided.

    Edit - there are a couple of water taps along the fence dividing the coach and MH areas - one on the MH side about 100 metres from the covered central walkway.
     
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