in a pop up .....partial v full

Discussion in 'Camping at Disney World' started by natshaul, Oct 16, 2012.

  1. natshaul

    natshaul Earning My Ears

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    I know this has been asked before....I will be in a big POP up, 24 ft with a slide out dining area. I have the choice of partial or full for the week following thanksgiving. I do not need sewer. I don't have a pet. I am renting a golf cart. I'm just trying to decide which way to go. I do plan to put up quite a few christmas decorations. I have 3 non-park campground days....please help me decide......
     
  2. RescueRanger

    RescueRanger Recovering Fastpass Superuser

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    Do you have a shower in your popup that you intend to use? If not, get a full. When we had our popup, we would always get a full hookup because you don't have as many people using the showers at the comfort stations. Many of them used the showers in their RVs. In a partial loop, EVERYONE pretty much uses the showers at the comfort stations. JMHO
     
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  4. TOGA

    TOGA Yo-Ho-Ho, it's a Camper's Life for Me!

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    We always go for full-hookups when we have a choice just so I don't have to deal with emptying a bucket of dish water every day or so. Hey, I'm on vacation, I'm looking to do as little as possible.
     
  5. natshaul

    natshaul Earning My Ears

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    No shower.....Two excellent points, thank you and keep them coming :)
     
  6. 2goofycampers

    2goofycampers Sounds like something a camping trip could cure! Moderator

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    If you go with partial I'd request 1500, more lookers to see your decorations.
     
  7. jaredjohn4

    jaredjohn4 Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner

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    We have a popup without a shower, and we always stay in a premium site. We like the location near the pool and the nearly empty comfort stations even when the loop is full.

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  8. bama_ed

    bama_ed It's kind of fun to do the impossible-Walt Disney

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    natshaul,

    My popup is 24' with a slideout dinette also. If the cost difference is not a big concern do the Full site. More people will see your decorations there than might in 2000 (no guarentee of getting 1500). :santa:

    Bama ED
     

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