Disney Vacation Club Resorts and Fort Wilderness Reopening to Members and Guests on June 22 at Walt Disney World

With the start of Walt Disney World’s phased reopening on July 11, Disney Vacation Club has shared details on the reopening of its timeshare properties to members and guests. In addition, Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground will also be reopening.

Disney Vacation Club resorts at Walt Disney World will reopen to members and guests on June 22, in addition to Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground.

Disney Vacation Club resorts in Vero Beach, Florida, and Hilton Head, South Carolina, will also open to members and guests starting on June 15.

Plans to support required physical distancing as well as enhanced cleaning measures, along with a number of other safety and cleanliness protocols, will be implemented as part of this planned phased reopening. 

Up until today, Walt Disney World was accepting reservations for travel starting on July 1, however, Disney is temporarily pausing new ticket sales and Disney Resort hotel reservations in order to focus on guests with existing tickets and reservations. Disney Vacation Club members can still make new reservations.

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  1. Why would they open the resorts before the parks open? “Hey kids, pack your bags so that we can sit in a hotel room.”

  2. I don’t even understand how this will work. On one hand, I understand that DVC properties need to reopen so that the inventory isn’t totally ruined for the next couple of years but at the same time how can Disney expect DVC members to want to stay on-site without the parks being open? While the parks are not the only draw to the area, I’m sure a majority if DVC members do plan on going to the parks.

    I am eager to see how Disney/DVC will be handing people who hold reservations for this time period (June 22-July 11) that don’t want to go because of the park closures.

    1. We are one of those! Our reservations are July 4th – July 10th. It’s the first trip for our 4 year old and we have no desire to go if the parks are not open. We are VERY curious to see how they will handle our reservation and points.

  3. Im probably in the minority of people that this works out great for. I have plans to go to Universal for 4th of July weekend and on the last night I had Saratoga Springs via DVC which was gonna be a park day but instead can just be a chillax day at the resort. I got worried I was gonna have to buy a hotel for one night but now I get to stay on property.

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