Update on Minnie Van Service

Source: Disney Parks Blog

The Minnie Vans are coming! The Minnie Vans are coming! Back in March, we reported that Disney Parks Blog announced that the Minnie Vans are returning since before the COVID Pandemic shut down the parks in March of 2020. Today, Disney officially released a date for the return of the Minnie Vans: June 29, 2022.

Minnie Vans are one of a variety of ways to travel around the Walt Disney World Resort starting on June 29th for Resort Guests. Other options include Disney Resort Bus Service, the Monorails, the Skyliner, Resort Boats and Ferries, and Walking Paths.

Minnie Vans are run through the Lyft app while on Walt Disney World Property. Guests will be driven by “expert and specially trained cast members in the Minnie Vans. Minnie Vans come with two complimentary car seats for all your little ones. They will deliver guests from point A to point B with ease. Guests can also request an Accessible Minnie Van in the Lyft app as well.

Disney Parks Blog cannot give exact prices because each price will depend on the route the guest has requested to travel. Previously, the Minnie Vans did shuttle guests from the Walt Disney World Resorts to the Orlando International Airport. On Disney Parks Blog, there was no information available as to if the Minnie Vans will be shuttling guests to the airport from the resorts.

Resort Guests and Theme Park Guests have a dearth of options to travel in and around the parks. These different forms of transportation are experiences in and of themselves. I am sure Walt Disney World guests are excited for the return of the Minnie Vans as yet another option to travel around the nearly 47 square miles of the Walt Disney World Resort.

Have you ever used the the Minnie Van service? What was you experience? Let us know below in the comments.

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