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Old 11-07-2012, 10:32 PM   #1
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Parking space at cabins..enough room for..

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This may sound like a crazy question..but..we decided to stay in a cabin for a week in early March to receive free dining...we got a pin. So we have always enjoyed driving our class C down to Disney. It is 29 feet long. Do you know if it is possible to have room to park our RV in the parking space for the cabin? Will it be frowned upon?

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Old 11-07-2012, 10:38 PM   #2
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There's room for a car, sometimes two at a cabin, but I doubt there is length for your MH. It would likely have to be parked in the overflow lot near the Outpost. Blocking the loop road would definitely be frowned on.
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We just stayed there 29ft will not fit
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There is no way it would fit. I honestly don't think big SUV would even fit.
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Too big and they won't allow a camper at a cabin.

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Definitely no room to park it at a cabin, but you would probably be allowed to park it in the overflow lot by the Outpost. I'd definitely call to ask before bringing it though.
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Below is an example of the small size of the parking at a FW Cabin. I think that van was the VW Routan that we rented. This angle makes it look like it is stiicking out, but it due to the curve of the road. It was fully in, but just barely.

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Originally Posted by shinysparklybubbles View Post
There is no way it would fit. I honestly don't think big SUV would even fit.
it was tight when we drove our Yukon....
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