- Feb 6, 2000
Remember, though, that parking at the parks is free for onsite guests and those with APs, so the problem is either those that are staying offsite, or those locals without APs. So...a solution would be to restrict parking at that resort to those with Boardwalk room reservations, other onsite guests, and AP holders...unless you have a confirmed dining reservation. And dining reservation parking could be limited to 3 hours. Much like they do at the Contemporary and other monorail resorts.If parking at the park werent absurdly expensive, that would also solve this problem. People look for another place to park when they are given a reason not to use the main parking area.